With 824 posts, chances are there's already an answer to your question. Please try searching below before submitting a question to Dr. Potato. Use multiple words to help narrow down the results. For example, search for "potatoes" and "group" if looking for an answer on cooking potatoes for large groups.
Recently I saw an article about Denver restaurants comparing breakfast burritos and noticed that all of them included potatoes, eggs and some form of chili wrapped in a tortilla. Do you have a recipe that might be a little more unique that we could try in our place?
Thanks for sending me the link to writer Patricia Calhoun’s cook-off analysis of neighborhood restaurants all serving a similar breakfast burritos made with potatoes: http://blogs.westword.com/cafesociety/2010/04/this_neighborhood_corners_the.php.
I was interested in seeing that two locations used chunks of potatoes while the third made their potato burrito with shredded hashbrowns. Both options can be done with convenience pre-cooked potatoes or made from scratch. If making from scratch, the Idaho® potato, with its high solids and low moisture profile, will actually shrink less, give you better plate coverage (or in this case tortilla coverage) and can sop up the wet red or green chili mixture without getting soggy. We recently worked with the Compass/Eurest group on a chef’s calendar and this next recipe was one of the winners. It adds color to brighten up your breakfast menu:
Idaho® Potato Breakfast Burrito
Here is a version consumers can easily make at home for breakfast or brunch:
And while there is no picture, here is another recipe for a breakfast wrap:
And finally, if you decide to skip the tortilla altogether (or serve it on the side, pre-heated) this is a very tasty potato and chorizo combination:
Smashed Potatoes with Chorizo
Dr. Potato isn't a real doctor but a team of potato experts ready to answer all your potato questions.
Established in 1937, the Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) is a state agency that is responsible for promoting and protecting the famous "Grown in Idaho®" seal, a federally registered trademark that assures consumers they are purchasing genuine, top-quality Idaho® potatoes. Idaho's ideal growing conditions, including rich, volcanic soil, climate and irrigation differentiate Idaho® potatoes from potatoes grown in other states.
661 South Rivershore Lane