Our nicest new potato recipes including potato salads, mussel simmers, kabobs, soups and casseroles.
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New potatoes are waxy and keep their shape after cooking, making them ideal for salads. Using small ones means you can leave them whole for a pretty presentation.
A Mediterranean-style potato salad pairs deliciously with grilled chicken or any summer barbecue favourite.
Serve this filling vegetarian salad with a loaf of crusty bread.
Try our simple and sunny version of the must-have picnic perennial. Red potatoes and red onion provide appealing colour.
Traditional potato salad invigorated with strips of colourful peppers and a dressing of contrasting flavours raises this old standby to new heights.
This Scandinavian-style salad jazzes up cooked salmon and potatoes with a creamy dressing and crisp cucumber.
Serve with Baguette and Mixed Greens with Dijon Vinaigrette (see recipe links below).
This MEAL-IN-A-POT campfire dinner brings back memories of seaside meals in Atlantic Canada. Serve with crusty rolls to soak up the delicious broth.
Corn and Cheddar Chowder, chock-full of veggies, this chowder is great with a spinach salad. End the meal with wedges of watermelon.
In saucepan of boiling salted water, cover and cook potatoes for 7 minutes.
Add peas, cook until potatoes are tender and peas are tender-crisp, abou...
These roasted vegetables are a guaranteed great side! With this recipe for roasted vegetables, you'll have zesty, full-bodied flavour in carrots and potatoes, without a lot of fat.
These addictive crispy bites will disappear before your eyes. Serve them with steamed fish or roast chicken.
Scrub new potatoes; prick several times. In microwaveable dish, cover and microwave potatoes at High for 3 minutes. Thread onto 4 metal skewers. Place...
Doyette Muhallin of Toronto, an accomplished home cook, shares her version of a classic Philippine dish, made hearty with the unusual addition of potatoes.
These one-bite skewers are little magnets for meat lovers. You can replace the potato with a cube of regular cooked potato, or mango, papaya, pineapple or melon. The fruit offers a sweet contrast to the spicy curried meat.
A Swiss dish, raclette is simply cheese melted by the fire then usually scraped onto potatoes. This delicious casserole version comes from The Raclette Restaurant in Toronto. Swiss-type cheeses, such as Emmenthal can be substituted for Oka cheese. If desired, add 1 cup (250 mL) cubed baked ham. Round out the meal with a tossed green salad, pickled gherkins and pearl onions.
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