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I always buy potato bread or potato rolls for special occasions, but I sometimes have some leftover. What can I make with the leftovers?
Chef Todd Downs makes a wonderful potato bread pudding. Check out the ingredients and I’m sure you won’t wait for leftover potato bread—you’ll want to buy an extra loaf!
And why not try making your own potato bread using Idaho potatoes?
This recipe does not have a picture, but I have tried it and it is excellent:
Potato-Raisin Bread with Caraway
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