Potatoes Make Thanksgiving Sides Special

2 December, 2010 (17:05)

RECIPES: Artichoke Mashed Potatoes, Potato Filling Casserole, Thanksgiving Mashed Potatoes

By Rae Udy

Thanksgiving is time for family and friends and everyone is looking forward to the special meal.
Side dishes are an important part of the festivities and what holiday meal would be without a fancy potato dish?
Low-fat artichokes replace most of the high-fat butter in Artichoke Mashed Potatoes. This creamy potato dish is high in vitamin C with 29 percent daily value and 15 percent for potassium.
Potato Filling combines crispy stuffing topping over cheesy mashed potatoes to create a memorable holiday dish. This recipe is high in iron and a good source of niacin, calcium and zinc.
Thanksgiving Mashed Potatoes can be made well ahead of time and refrigerated until ready to bake for a no hassle meal. Rich in vitamin B6 with 24 percent and B1 with 11 percent, this side dish offers a tart and spicy taste.
Have a healthy and happy Thanksgiving.

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Comment from Bianka
Date: December 10, 2015, 1:52 pm

The research has sleowd now that the weather is chilly. I did find that if you marinate them over a day in plain red hot (not the wing sauce, just the red hot) and then grill them with whatever sauce you choose, they are much better. The red hot really soaks in that way and makes them very flavorful. I’ve also found that they are better when after you are done grilling you apply sauce. But I like mine saucy

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