Who doesn’t love potatos? You can bake, fry, saute, mash, dice, hash, basically, do whatever the heck you want to them and they still rock. My favorite? A big ass bowl of mashed potatoes smothered with gravy or topped with sour cream & lots of pepper. Yum. But my favorite preparation of potatoes has nothing to do with this recipe.
A while back, someone mentioned to me that they combine multiple types of potatos into 1 dish (I think it was my boss). Anyhow, I did just that and it turned out incredibley. It was pretty to look at and fun to eat (plus, nothing wrong with a little variety in your side dish). Anyhow, give these babies a go and tell me what you think. Easy-peasy, delish and nutrish. Who knows, I might mash them all together next time.
P.S. Wondering how I cut my potatoes so fancy like? Waffle fry style? A few years back, Chris got really excited at the MN Sate Fair and totally fell for the in-person “infomercial” when they were selling the the lovely orange slicing tool in my picture. I thought we were watching the presentation & making fun of it thinking ‘who the heck falls for this stuff?”. Before I knew it, Chris threw his hand in the air and screamed “I’ll take one!!!” And believe it or not, it was all for the low-low price of $29.99. End of story. Now I can make waffle fries…thanks honey.
What you need:
- 2 Idaho Potatoes
- 2 Sweet Potatoes
- 2-4 Red Potatoes (depending on size)
- 1 large white or yellow onion
- 2 teaspoons chopped garlic
- Salt & Pepper
- Feta Cheese (Optional)
What you do:
- Slice or dice potatoes (depending no how you like them best)
- Slice Onion
- Chop Garlic (Or you can just use the pre-chopped garlic in a jar)
- Combine potatoes, onions and garlic in a tin foil pan
- Drizzle with EVOO and season with salt and pepper
- Cook on grill or in oven at 375 untill cooked through
- If desired, sprinkle crumbled feta cheese on the top and serve (This sounds strange, but I experimented with it and it’s adds a unique, yummy flavor to the potatoes)