Potato Season: 12 Cool Potato Recipes

Nia Rouseberg Author: Nia Rouseberg Time for reading: ~10 minutes Last Updated: August 08, 2022
Potato Season: 12 Cool Potato Recipes

Let's go dig potatoes! Or to the market for a new harvest. And from young potatoes we will prepare delicious dishes for the whole family.

Let's go dig potatoes! Or to the market for a new harvest. And from young potatoes we will prepare delicious dishes for the whole family.

We present 12 recipes for interesting potato dishes.

1. Baked potato dumplings

 

Potato dumplings with semolina and cheese or Italian gnocchi served with tomato sauce or vegetable stew. This is an excellent side dish for meat. Dumplings are usually boiled, but we will bake them. By the way, they are very convenient to freeze for future use.

Ingredients:

600 g of peeled potatoes boiled in their skins; 2 yolks; 50 g of hard yellow cheese; 100 g mozzarella; 150 g semolina; bulb; bell pepper; 2 cloves of garlic; 300 g tomatoes in their own juice or juicy tomatoes; flour, salt, black pepper to taste.

Grate boiled and peeled potatoes into a large bowl. Add semolina, yolks, a couple of pinches of black pepper, half a teaspoon of salt, grated hard cheese. Knead the dough. Turn the dough out onto a floured board, cut into pieces and roll into sausages as thick as your thumb. Cut the sausages into 4 cm pieces.

Boil water in a large saucepan, salt, throw in the dumplings and cook for 5 minutes from the moment of boiling or until they all float. Then discard the dumplings in a colander. The gnocchi are ready and you can eat them, but we suggest going further.

Heat a spoonful of vegetable oil in a frying pan. Saute chopped onion, bell pepper and garlic until soft. Add peeled chopped tomatoes and simmer covered for 10 minutes over low heat.

In an ovenproof dish, toss the dumplings with the tomato dressing. If necessary, salt and pepper. Top with sliced ​​mozzarella cheese. Bake for 15 minutes in an oven preheated to 200 degrees.

2. Draniki with chicken

 

A huge potato pancake with fried chicken, cheese and greens is a wonderful dish for a hearty Sunday brunch. Fry two at once in small pans!

You will need:

4 potatoes; 250 g chicken fillet; 2 eggs; bulb; 50 g of cheese; 2 tbsp. l. flour; herbs, salt, pepper, vegetable oil to taste.

Finely chop the onion and chicken, fry separately in one pan (onion until soft, chicken until cooked), mix. Grate the cheese, chop the greens. Add cheese and herbs to the chicken.

For pancakes, mix grated potatoes, flour, salt. Heat a couple tablespoons of oil in a frying pan. Spread the potatoes over the entire pan in a centimeter layer. Fry until golden brown and turn over. After 30 seconds, put the filling on one side, wrap the other. Fry for another half minute and serve with sour cream.

3. Casserole of mashed potatoes, meat and cabbage

 

Yesterday's mashed potatoes and stewed cabbage can be revived in a hearty and beautiful casserole. Let's see the recipe.

Ingredients:

400 g minced pork; 200 g of stewed cabbage; 300 g of mashed potatoes; 2 pickled cucumbers; 2 eggs; a spoonful of sour cream or mayonnaise; a teaspoon of adjika; salt to taste.

Mix minced meat with stewed cabbage, grated pickled cucumber, beat in an egg, salt. Mix cold mashed potatoes with raw egg.

Put the minced meat in the first layer in a greased form with vegetable oil and level it. Then distribute the mashed potatoes. Lubricate the puree with mayonnaise and adjika sauce. Bake in the oven at 180 degrees for 50 minutes.

Bon appetit!

4. Burger with potatoes

 

Instead of a bun in this burger, we will use potato pancakes - tender and juicy inside, with a crispy crust on the outside. And we also need bacon, a fried egg, a fresh cucumber and a meat patty.

Burger Ingredients:

2 potatoes; 150 g chopped or regular minced meat; 2 eggs; 2 pieces of bacon; piece of cheese; 2-3 circles of cucumber; salt, pepper, ketchup to taste.

Grate peeled potatoes, squeeze, salt, pepper, beat in an egg. Stir. Heat the oil in a frying pan and fry two potato pancakes, if available, use a special ring. Fry potato pancakes until golden brown, then turn over, remove the ring and fry until tender.

Salt the minced meat, pepper and fry also in the ring to a crust (you can also without the ring). Turn over, put a piece of cheese on top and bring to readiness under the lid.

Using the ring (or without it), fry the egg. Nearby, fry the pieces of raw smoked bacon until crispy.

It remains only to assemble the burger: grease the potato pancake with ketchup, put a cutlet with cheese on it, then an egg, bacon and a couple of pieces of cucumber, cover with a potato pancake. Ready!

5. Potato-accordion under cheese crust

 

Accordion potatoes can be served both as an independent dish and as a wonderful side dish. For this dish, it is better to choose large potatoes.

Ingredients:

5 large potatoes; 100 g of cheese; 200 g of semi-smoked sausage; 50 g of ketchup or adjika; 100 ml of vegetable oil; herbs and salt to taste.

Wash potatoes, do not peel. Cut lengthwise, without cutting all the way through, into strips a centimeter thick. Salt and grease with a brush with vegetable oil inside (cuts) and outside. Put the potatoes on a baking sheet covered with parchment and bake in an oven preheated to 180 degrees for 40-45 minutes.

Cut the sausage into half rings, grate the cheese. Put sausage slices into the cuts of the finished potato, pour over with ketchup and sprinkle with cheese. Place in hot oven for another 7 minutes. Serve sprinkled with herbs.

7. Fish with potatoes and zucchini in the oven

 

A very simple and at the same time luxurious dish for dinner - family or festive. We bake everything in one form - fish, potatoes, zucchini and tomatoes.

Ingredients:

700 g fish fillet; 1 kg of potatoes; 2 small zucchini; 3 tomatoes; clove - two garlic; half a lemon; salt, pepper, vegetable oil to taste; a couple of pinches of dried basil

Peel the potatoes, cut lengthwise into 4-6 pieces and boil in salted water for 7 minutes (cook after boiling). Put the semi-finished potatoes in a refractory dish greased with vegetable oil. Peel the zucchini, including seeds, cut into small strips and fold to the potatoes. Drizzle vegetables with oil, salt, pepper, mix. Bake potatoes with zucchini for 20 minutes in an oven preheated to 200 degrees. Then take out, put the fish cut into pieces, tomato slices, salt, drizzle with oil and bake for another 20 minutes.

While hot is baking, prepare the dressing. In a bowl, mix a couple of tablespoons of oil (preferably olive), garlic, basil, juice of half a lemon passed through a press. Pour dressing over cooked vegetables with fish and serve.

8. The most delicious potato soup

 

Very simple, budget, incredibly tender and hearty potato soup will appeal to everyone without exception. In the finished soup, you can add crispy bacon, croutons, greens.

For potato soup you will need:

500 g potatoes; 2 tbsp. l. flour; half a liter of milk; 50 g of hard cheese; 150 ml sour cream; salt, pepper, herbs to taste.

Peel the potatoes, cut into several pieces, cover with water and boil in salted water until tender. Leave a couple of potato pieces for serving. Heat the flour in a hot dry frying pan, stirring, then pour in the milk in a thin stream. You can use a whisk, add salt and pepper as well. Bring the sauce to a boil and remove from heat.

Whip the cooked potatoes into a puree with sauce. Add grated cheese, mix quickly, then top with sour cream. Stir again and pour into bowls. Add potato pieces, chopped greens if you like, fried bacon. Enjoy!

9. Roast ribs and potatoes

 

According to this recipe, you can cook any ribs and any set of vegetables - it will turn out very tasty!

Roast Ingredients:

500 g of pork (beef, lamb) ribs; 2 small onions; 2 carrots; 1 kg of potatoes; 2-3 pickled cucumbers; 4 cloves of garlic; 200 ml of water; salt, pepper, herbs to taste; 2 bay leaves; 4 tbsp. l. vegetable oil.

Fry the ribs over high heat in oil for a minute on each side. Peeled onions and carrots, as well as cucumbers, cut into cubes. Add the vegetables to the ribs, lower the heat to medium, and stir-fry for a few minutes. Then put the peeled and quartered potatoes in the pan, fry everything together for another 3-4 minutes. Put all the contents in a heat-resistant form and bake in an oven preheated to 180 degrees for an hour or an hour and 20 minutes. Season the finished roast with a mixture of chopped herbs, garlic and a spoonful of oil.

10. Casserole with mashed potatoes and mushrooms

 

A simple and satisfying dish without meat! Use seasonal or frozen mushrooms. Potatoes with mushrooms and onions are always a win-win option!

For the casserole you will need:

1 kg of potatoes; 300 g mushrooms; large bulb; 2 cloves of garlic; 100 ml of milk; 3 art. l. sour cream; 50 g butter; 3 art. l. vegetable oil; salt, pepper to taste.

Peel the potatoes, cut into large pieces, boil until tender in salted water. Drain and purée with butter and warm milk.

Let's prepare the filling. Peeled and washed mushrooms, onion and garlic cut into cubes. In a pan in vegetable oil over medium heat, fry the onion and garlic until transparent, add the mushrooms. Cook, stirring, 10 minutes. Remove the mushrooms with onions from the heat, add sour cream, salt, pepper, mix.

In a small form greased with vegetable oil, put the puree, forming sides and a kind of "dish". Put the filling in its center. Bake for 20 minutes in an oven preheated to 180 degrees.

11. Chanakhi with lamb

 

Chanakhi is a lifesaver for any housewife. And you can serve it for a holiday, and it’s convenient to warm it up, and it’s delicious for tomorrow, besides, we cook a full-fledged hot dish with a side dish in one pot.

Chanah Ingredients:

800 g lamb (pork, beef); 800 g potatoes; 3 medium onions; 6-8 garlic cloves; 2 medium eggplants; 100 g mutton or pork fat; 5 tomatoes; a bunch of cilantro or parsley; 4 tbsp. l. vegetable oil; 200 ml of broth; 300 ml of tomato juice or pureed tomatoes; salt, pepper to taste.

Cut off as many strips from the fat as you plan to use the pots. Cut the remaining fat into cubes and put in a pan, melt over a fire. By the way, instead of fat, you can use vegetable oil. Select cracklings, and fry the meat cut into small pieces in fat. Cook, stirring, for 7 minutes, then remove to a plate. In the same pan, lightly fry the peeled and coarsely chopped potatoes, stirring for 5-6 minutes.

Cut one tomato into cubes, peeled onion and eggplant into half rings, crush the garlic with a fork.

Put equal amounts of onion and garlic, meat, chopped tomato, eggplant mugs, a strip of bacon and half cilantro into pots. Top with potatoes. Salt, pepper, pour tomato juice. Bake in the oven for 1.5 hours at 180 degrees.

Cut the remaining tomatoes into rings, chop the greens. Put a couple of circles of tomato and some greens on top of the vats in each pot. Heat in the oven for another 10-15 minutes, then serve. Enjoy!

12. Shepherd's casserole with cheese

 

Juicy, satisfying, easy-to-cook shepherd's casserole will please both weekdays and holidays. Choose minced meat or minced meat to your taste, you can also take any seasonal or frozen vegetables.

Casserole Ingredients:

500 g minced meat (preferably beef); 800 g potatoes; 100 g of hard cheese; carrot; bulb; 2 cloves of garlic; 100 g green peas (frozen); egg; 50 g butter; salt, pepper, spices to taste.

Boil the peeled potatoes until tender in salted water. Mash into a puree with 20 g of butter. When the puree has cooled slightly, beat in the egg and mix. In a skillet, sauté the diced onion and grated carrots in the remaining oil over medium heat until soft. Add minced meat, spices, minced garlic to vegetables. Fry, stirring, for 5 minutes, then add the peas. Stir, warm for a minute and remove from heat.

Cover the baking dish with foil, put a layer of minced meat down, then spread the mashed potatoes and sprinkle with grated cheese. Bake in an oven preheated to 180 degrees for 25 minutes.

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