The Best Potato Dishes to Go With Your Easter Ham
The best potato dishes for Easter ham
Potatoes and ham have been classic Easter dinner companions since forever. We're sharing favorite traditional potato side dishes generations have served with their holiday hams, plus a few new ideas you might like to try for this year's Easter feast.
The hands-down Easter potato favorites have always been potatoes au gratin and scalloped potatoes. Although they're almost the same dish, the difference between the two comes down to the toppings. Potatoes au gratin get baked with a topping of cheese or bread crumbs for a golden finish, while scalloped potatoes leave out the cheese.
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This top-rated potato casserole features buttery Yukon Gold potatoes baked with a touch of garlic in heavy cream, and topped with melty Gruyere cheese.
This popular recipe showcases the delicious simplicity of potatoes baked in cream until they're perfectly tender and the cream starts to caramelize over the top.
Inventive New Classics
Put a fresh spin on old favorites and give these updates a try if you want to create some new traditions of your own.
Everyone will ooh and aah over this single-portion presentation. Be sure to use plenty of cooking spray to ensure they pop out of the muffin tins easily.
This is what happens when you take muffin tin potatoes and crank them up to 11. You'll want to watch the video to see how to make these jaw-dropping beauties.
The food world rediscovered this Swedish-style roasted potato, and the rest is Hasselback history. With their signature accordion slices allowing all the butter and toppings to reach deep down inside, these crispy/creamy potatoes can be downright stunning on your Easter buffet table. Watch the video to see how it's done.
If your Easter ham is hogging the oven, put your grill to work on the 'taters. This cooking method works best with small new potatoes, and the results are smoky/salty good.
Yukon Gold potatoes are double-roasted until crispy, then roasted one more time in broth until the insides are soft and creamy and the outsides are golden brown. Watch the video to see how easy they are to make.
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