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Tater Talk April 2019

april 2019

Grilled Idaho® Potato Ratatouille Salad

With Spring in full bloom, there’s no better time to bring the garden into your kitchen. Cook up this savory and nutrient-packed Grilled Idaho® Potato Ratatouille Salad made with eggplant, zucchini, mushrooms, bell peppers, tomatoes, Idaho® potatoes, onions, garlic, and balsamic vinegar. Paired with chicken or fish, this side dish is a celebration on your plate. Add toppings like chives or fresh thyme leaves for even more flavor. This spud-tacular salad is sure to impress guests and convert even the toughest critic!
 
For more vegetarian Idaho® Potato recipes visit the IPC Website.

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Idaho® Potato on Amazon's Alexa & Google Home

If you’ve ever had any questions about Idaho® potatoes, now’s your time to ask! Launch Idaho® potato on your Amazon Echo or Google Home devices and ask questions like “How much does the Big Idaho® Potato Truck weigh?” and “Are Idaho® potatoes a superfood?” Use Alexa in the kitchen to help you create creamy mashed potatoes or give you tips on how to make the perfect baked potato. Consider Alexa your hands-free resource for all things Idaho® potato!

Easter-Worthy Portuguese Idaho® Potato Sweet Bread

Almost too pretty to eat, this Easter-Worthy Portuguese Idaho® Potato Sweet Bread will put a little ‘hop’ in your step this Spring. Made with sugar, milk, butter, eggs, flour, Idaho® potatoes, and ground ginger, this sweet and savory bread is poised to be the crowning jewel of your Easter spread. Brightly dyed hard-boiled eggs are carefully placed within braided loaves for a pop of color. Definitely not your average Easter bread!

For more Easter recipes visit the IPC website.

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Aligot Idaho® Potatoes

These cheesy and creamy Aligot Idaho® Potatoes from food blogger Lisa Lin may be your new favorite comfort food. Made with Idaho® Russet potatoes, butter, cream cheese, mozzarella, white cheddar, whole milk, salt, and pepper, this dish will have you running (or sprinting!) for seconds. Add garlic or paprika for a kick of flavor. 

To learn how to make more Idaho® potato side dishes visit the IPC YouTube page.

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Ask Dr. Potato

Q: Can potatoes be baked in a roaster? 

A: I’ve never found the roaster to be very quick for this kind of a task. Hamilton Beach, a roaster manufacturer, recommends 400°F for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Leaf TV claims 1½ to 2 hours at 400°F. In a conventional oven it takes about 1 hour to 1 hour and 10 minutes at 400°F. But in a convection oven it takes about 45-50 minutes.

To find more Idaho® potato tips and tricks visit the IPC website.

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