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Potatoes and mushrooms make a one-dish meal I love – it’s the calories you have to watch. Swap out dairy products with lower fat options. —Courtney Stultz, Columbus, Kansas
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Kielbasa Hot Potato Slaw

Kielbasa Hot Potato Slaw

Kielbasa Hot Potato Slaw

I like the challenge of cooking lighter meals that pack big flavor. This one, which came from a dear friend, fits the bill. My son rated it a 10 out of 10! —Beverly Batty, Forest Lake, Minnesota

Eggnog Sweet Potato Bake

Eggnog Sweet Potato Bake

Eggnog Sweet Potato Bake

I love eggnog so I am always looking for new ways to use it. When I added it to mashed sweet potatoes I knew I had a winner. You can make this the night before and refrigerate it unbaked; the next day, let it stand at room temperature for 30 minutes before baking.—Katie Wollgast, Florissant, Missouri

Campfire Cheese Hash Brown Packets

Campfire Cheese Hash Brown Packets

Campfire Cheese Hash Brown Packets

Dining by the campfire? This easy packet of potatoes, bacon and cheese makes a terrific hash. We like to serve it with eggs and fresh pico de gallo. —Gina Nistico, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Slow-Cooked Split Pea Soup

Slow-Cooked Split Pea Soup

Slow-Cooked Split Pea Soup

I've been making this soup for years. After every holiday where ham is served, the hostess hands me the ham bone and a bag of peas when I leave. I love it with a slice of crusty fresh bread. —Susan Simons, Eatonville, Washington

Crispy Smashed Herbed Potatoes

Crispy Smashed Herbed Potatoes

Crispy Smashed Herbed Potatoes

While scanning a local newspaper, I found a recipe with an intriguing title. As advertised, these potatoes are crispy, herbed and smashed. —Althea Dye, Howard, Ohio

Red Potato Salad with Lemony Vinaigrette

Red Potato Salad with Lemony Vinaigrette

Red Potato Salad with Lemony Vinaigrette

At our house, a red potato salad with lemony vinaigrette, red onion and Greek olives is a zippy improvement on the usual mayo-based salads. —Elizabeth Dehart, West Jordan, Utah

Roasted Greek Potatoes with Feta Cheese

Roasted Greek Potatoes with Feta Cheese

Roasted Greek Potatoes with Feta Cheese

Lemony potatoes are a traditional side dish for grilled chicken or steak. When they come out of the oven, we top with feta for a little melty goodness. —Arge Salvatori, Little Ferry, New Jersey

Cheddar, Corn & Potato Chowder

Cheddar, Corn & Potato Chowder

Cheddar, Corn & Potato Chowder

Curry gives this just the right amount of zip without being overpowering. I especially like all the veggies in the recipe. My kids always loved it, even when they were young, and I always had to make a double or triple batch to make sure we had enough leftovers.—Becky Ruff, McGregor, Iowa

Potato, Sausage & Kale Soup

Potato, Sausage & Kale Soup

Potato, Sausage & Kale Soup

I let my young son pick out seed packets and he chose kale, which grew like crazy. This hearty soup helped make good use of it and rivals a restaurant version that we love. —Michelle Babbie, Malone, New York

Icebox Potato Rolls

Icebox Potato Rolls

Icebox Potato Rolls

These melt-away rolls are a family favorite, and we sometimes have more than 20 people around the table. Make the dough in advance and bake when you're ready. —Barb Linnerud, Boiling Springs, South Carolina

Mashed Potatoes with Cheddar

Mashed Potatoes with Cheddar

Mashed Potatoes with Cheddar

Who doesn’t love fluffy, homemade mashed potatoes? Make them even better with sharp cheddar cheese. To get them really creamy, my mother's secret was to add whipping cream instead of half-and-half. —Darlene Brenden, Salem, Oregon
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