Chicken Kyiv is a tenderised chicken breast stuffed with cold garlic & parsley butter. It’s coated in gluten-free flour, eggs, and either store-bought or homemade gluten-free breadcrumbs before being deep-fried and/or baked. This classic Ukrainian dish is famously known for its filling of melted butter that oozes out when you slice into the football-shaped crumbed chicken. It is usually served with steamed vegetables and mashed potatoes (to mop up the garlic butter!)
Crispy and crunchy on the outside, soft and flavorful on the inside, these meat and mashed potato croquettes are absolutely scrumptious!
Looking to save some time or just need something less familiar? Check out this Mashed potato with skin recipe that turns anything peculiar!
Fried pork chops are super easy to make and literally everyone loves them. You can serve these chops with rice or mashed potatoes and some veggies or a salad on the side. This is one of the easiest recipes ever, try it!
The perfect side dish for your barbecue! And a fancy way of serving mashed potatoes. Awesome to impress your company!
Foul Mudammas (mashed fava beans) is a popular dish from the Arabic cuisine. It's a healthy appetizer, vegan and gluten free too!
Did you ever want to eat fries, baked potatoes, mashed potatoes and chips at the same time? It is possible, thanks to the swedish Hasselbacken restaurant, where
The asparagus are very well this season, so I thought I could do another one. This time I chose a combination with fish and mashed potatoes. IngrediÃ«nts: 1
You can make deliciously fluffy mashed potatoes without milk using some easy substitutions to make a great side dish for everyone to enjoy.
This roux-based cajun gravy is the perfect way to spice up your mashed potatoes with the bold flavors of the bayou.
I love mashed potatoes, but I think Toby loves them even more. His default meal for birthdays, homecomings (from deployment, not the high school football game variety) and other occasions is meat, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese and biscuits. Very nutritious, I know. So it wasn’t really a shock when he asked for some mashed [...]
There are a lot of foods I love at Thanksgiving: sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, pecan pie. But perhaps my favorite is cranberry sauce. No, I am not talking about that Jell-O-esque stuff that comes in a can, I’m talking about actual cranberry sauce. Made from actual cranberries. I don’t want to hate on [...]
While most people look forward to Thanksgiving for the turkey, the mashed potatoes or the pie, my favorite thing about turkey day is… the cranberries. I seriously cannot get enough. Every year, I buy approximately one billion bags of cranberries to freeze and make lots and lots of cranberry sauce. And then eat it all. [...]
Have you noticed how trendy sweet potatoes are these days? I’ve always loved sweet potatoes — particularly when mashed and topped with gooey marshmallows — but they used to be a fall-only kind of vegetable, and now they’re year-round, while white potatoes have taken the back seat. It’s probably the fact that they have more fiber, [...]
My mom makes the best mashed potatoes. They’re not fancy, they don’t contain carmelized shallots or fresh herbs or bacon bits… just potatoes, sour cream, milk and plenty of butter. So it’s not really a surprise that Toby’s dinner of choice tends to be pork tenderloin, cheese biscuits, macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes and a [...]
You’ve got your turkey, you’ve got your mashed potatoes, you’ve got your sweet potatoes and the pie… but what are you going to drink for Thanksgiving? Sure, you could stick with wine, champagne or beer. But perhaps I could interest you in a cranberry-orange margarita? It’s really easy to make, and will complement the [...]
This pillowy soft Mashed Potatoes With Caramelized Onion is so flavorful. Thinly sliced onions cook until sweet and golden brown in creamy mashed potatoes.
A traditional British dish of sausages, gravy, and mashed potatoes. This recipe uses homemade skinless sausages.
Molasses Stout Glazed Salmon with Herb IPA Mashed Potatoes
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