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Tater Talk December 2016

december 2016

Celebrate The Season

With winter in full swing, nothing beats waking up to piping hot cinnamon buns…especially when they’re made with Idaho® potatoes. This gooey Mashed Idaho® Potato Coffee Ring with Cinnamon Drizzle is comprised of warm, oven-fresh buns, sugary cinnamon swirls, and creamy icing. Double the recipe for this gluten-free dish because everyone at the table will clamor for seconds! For more delicious recipes specially selected for the holidays, visit the IPC website…>

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Loads of Latkes

Whether you’re searching for a quick and easy latke recipe or a flavorful twist on the traditional potato dish, look no further! The IPC has gathered a collection of latke recipes guaranteed to please every palate. These delicious Spiced Idaho® Potato and Carrot Latkes combine three crunchy vegetables into one crisp cake. Top with yogurt for an extra kick! For more latke recipes, visit the IPC website…>

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Holiday Weekend One-Pan Meals

All the cooking that comes with celebrating the holidays means more dishes to clean! Unless, of course, everything is simmered together in one pan like IPC food blogger Kita Roberts’ Sheet Pan Baked Chicken and Idaho® Potatoes and 30 Minute Meatless Idaho® Potato and Bean Stuffed Enchiladas. These delectable recipes save time where it matters, allowing you to spend it with your family and friends. Find more one-pan recipes on the IPC website…>

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Aligot Potatoes with Healthy Nibbles and Bits

Idaho® potatoes, cheese, and butter. How much better can it get?! Lisa Lin of Healthy Nibbles and Bits demonstrates how to create the famous French meal of aligot potatoes in her new video. Watch in amazement as the mozzarella and cheddar meld into the silky potatoes on the IPC’s YouTube channel…>
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Ask Dr. Potato: How can I prevent shredded potatoes from darkening?

A: As soon as you peel the potatoes, immerse them in a pot of water with a little acidity, such as a tablespoon of concentrated lemon juice or white wine vinegar. When you shred the potatoes, place them into the same water solution. This will help prevent the potatoes from discoloring or turning dark. Squeeze out the excess moisture before frying and they will turn out crispier and lighter in color. Find more tips from Dr. Potato on the IPC website…>

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