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      I make fried potatoes by slicing them, coating them with italian

      dressing, and frying them in a pan. You can do it with oil, too, but

      the dressing gives them a really good flavor. You can also use ranch

      dressing.

      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Herlean wrote:

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      > Roast them by tossing them in oil and sliced onions. Add red

      pepper flakes for some “kick”. Lay them out on a baking sheet and

      roast.

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      > French fries are always good. Bake them in the oven or fry them

      if you choose.

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      > Boil them with green beans. Season to taste.

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      > Au Gratin potatoes – slice and bake in the oven with cheese.

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      > Potato pancakes.

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      > Mashed potatoes seasoned with chicken broth instead of water.

      Flavors great.

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      > Stew – add potatoes to the veggie portion.

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      > Potato soup with cheese and bacon.

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      > Hash browns.

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      > Herlean

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      > “C. McNally” wrote:

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      with 8lbs of baking potatoes? I have some that really “need” to

      be used. Any ideas?

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      > Carol McNally

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