Potatoes can take a while to cook so I like to batch bake several potatoes individually wrapped in tin aluminum foil and keep them in the fridge for work and family for a few days. Any kind of potato will do – yellow, red, purple, orange, gold and white can be utilized as part of a delicious meal. Need a quick idea? You can top baked potatoes with spicy kidney beans, low-fat cheese, chives and plain Greek yogurt or low-fat sour cream. Another great way to use potatoes is to shred baked potatoes and cook into hash browns then serve with veggies and scrambled eggs.
Here’s a quick and easy potato salad recipe:
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