Wrap Potatoes And Cheese In Foil And Place It In A Crock Pot For A Meal Your Family Will Love


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Potatoes are some of the most versatile foods on the planet. Think of all the different types of potato dishes you know of, you have mashed potatoes, fries, baked potatoes, grilled potatoes, hash browns, poutine, and so much more. Potatoes can be used for any meal of the day too, you can have them for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and they can take on varying flavor profiles too. There are so many different types of potatoes too, including russet, red, white, yellow, blue/purple, fingerling and petite. Russet potatoes are the ones most commonly used for baking, frying, roasting or mashing. For mashed potatoes recipes you want a moister potato like the red potato or the white potato. Smaller potatoes are great for pan-fried or roasted potatoes recipes and have more of a robust flavor than the other larger varieties. If you want to try your hand at some vegetable gardening, potatoes are one of the easiest vegetables to grow, so it's a great thing to start out with in your garden. To plant potatoes you can simply take an organic potato and cut it into pieces so that each piece has an eye of the potato on it. The eyes are the little nubs all over the potato and this is where a new potato plant can sprout from. Plant them in the ground far enough apart and make hills over them so they can grow. When the time comes to harvest, you can dig in the soil to find your potatoes, clean them up and use them in any recipe you like.

This recipe would be a great potato recipe to try out. It's quick and really easy to make so it could be a great recipe for breakfast, for a snack or for a side dish for the main course. All you need for this recipe are some potatoes, for this recipe they used red potatoes, some cheese, bacon, ranch seasoning, and some chives. Then you simply cook your bacon, chop it up, and then add everything to your aluminum foil lined crock pot or slow cooker and allow it to cook for 7 to 8 hours on the low setting, or you can cook it on high for 3 to 4 hours if you have less time to cook. To finish the potatoes off, you sprinkle some more cheese on them right before they're done cooking, and let it melt all over. What you're left with is some yummy, cheesy potatoes with bacon. If you made this recipe for dinner, the leftovers would be awesome for breakfast along side some eggs. You could add in your own spices if you don't want to use the ranch seasoning. Italian herbs like oregano, basil and thyme would taste really good, or just some simple salt and pepper would also do the trick. You could make them more of a Mexican spice flavor by adding in some chili powder and you could serve with some delicious salsa.

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