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Potato

  • Potato Hotcakes With Cheddar Cream and Salsa Verde

    As comforting and substantial as these potato cakes are when served plain, they also support the theorem that most dishes are improved by the addition of a fried egg. The peppery cream and tangy salsa…

  • Rosemary Rack of Lamb With Crushed Potatoes

    Tender rack of lamb, though expensive, makes an elegant roast for a special-occasion dinner, and it’s quite easy to prepare. A brief marinade of pounded garlic and anchovy, Dijon mustard and olive oil heightens…

  • Potato Hash With a Fried Egg

    This potato and onion hash is hearty and no-nonsense, substantial comfort food at its simple best. Although I tend to cook it just for myself at home, I bet if you gave it to…

  • Okra and Potato Salad

    To make the salad, I steam the potatoes first and, as soon as they’re done, season them and toss them with a portion of the lemon juice and vinegar dressing. Then, I briefly steam…

  • Halibut Niçoise

    What if salade niçoise wasn’t a salad at all, but a warmer, heftier dish with a beautiful piece of butter-browned halibut right at its center? Beans and new potatoes are in a simple shallot…

  • Causa With Shrimp and Avocado

    A causa is layered potato terrine that is popular in Peru. For this recipe, avocado and shrimp salads are stacked on a base of spicy mashed potatoes. Each layer is simple to make and,…

  • Oyster Pie With Leeks, Bacon and Mashed Potatoes

    Baked with a topping of mashed potatoes and buttered bread crumbs, this hearty oyster dish is reminiscent of oyster chowder or stew. It is a perfect use for larger oysters. Ask your fishmonger to…

  • Indian-Style Rice Salad

    In most cases, rice salads can be dressed not only minutes but hours in advance, making them ideal for entertaining or for just cooking ahead. Cook the rice a bit in advance, and dress…

  • Bangladeshi Yellow Pumpkin Curry

    This yellow curry is relatively quick, easy, and deeply nourishing. It’s made from only vegetables, spices, and water, and I was skeptical about how much flavor I’d be able to coax out of such…