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I have alot of potatoes to use. I’ve given away to everyone I can. Too hot for p…

I have alot of potatoes to use. I’ve given away to everyone I can. Too hot for potato soup. Mashed and baked already done. Potato salad tomorrow. Give me other ideas. Also I need ideas for alot of canned biscuits besides the obvious. Got alot of both given to me.

thank for the original creator Angela Dawn Carrico Melton

34 thoughts on “I have alot of potatoes to use. I’ve given away to everyone I can. Too hot for p…”

  1. Monkey bread with biscuits, get disposable pan cube potatoes, slice onions, season with garlic n onion powder and some reg season salt, pats of butter across top, cover with foil cook on med heat on grill. When almost done sprinkle sharp cheddar cheese over top n let melt.

  2. Gayle Neumeister

    Scalloped tater tots potato cakes potato pancakes potato candy hash browns colcannon potato bread butter parslied taters

  3. Biscuits – dumplings or stretch out a it and stuff and have a hot pocket type food. (Ham n cheese are tasty fillings. Or kill 2 birds with one stone and do a casserole (diced ham, tators and cheese ect) and top with biscuits like the boxed meals.
    Tators if you have a deep fryer. Thin sliced and do chips or scalloped potatoes or cheesy baked tator skins.

  4. LoisandBuddy Chisholm

    Canned bisquits can be frozen. Let sit in fridge or on counter to defrost when ready to use

  5. Breakfast Cake: spray Bundt Pan with Pam, slightly flatten 5 canned biscuits & place in pan. Sprinkle 4-6 pieces cooked crumbled crispy bacon. Sprinkle with shredded cheddar cheese. Brown 1 lb. Sausage OR hamburger meat in frying pan on top of stove. Put about 1/2 meat over cheese. Dice vegetables, onions, mushrooms, green bell pepper, (any you’d like in an omlet) & sprinkle over meat. In a bowl, whisk 3 eggs add salt & pepper, pour over vegetables, layer rest of meat, more cheese, vegetables & 5 more flattened canned biscuits. Remember, you are making a cake…only fill Bundt 1/2 way b/c it will rise. Bake 350 for 30 minutes check same as regular cake, if toothpick comes out clean it’s done. Let it set in pan 10 minutes before inverting onto serving plate. If you try to put on plate immediately after taking out of oven it WILL NOT hold it’s shape!! If you like “icing” on your cake, make gravy & pour on individually sliced pieces on serving plate. If you have leftover cake, refrigerate & later reheat in microwave, make more gravy. I use McCormick brown gravy (dry mix in envelope) follow directions on package. Makes great brunch dish. Serve with fresh fruit if desired. (Strawberries, Grapes, Cantelope, Kiwi, Apple slices, orange wedges, Bananas only if you know someone will eat them..turn brown to quickly.) any or all fruits if serving a crowd. Another option is ask someone else to bring fruit.

  6. Carolyn Benkula

    You can bake biscuits on the top rack in the outside grill. We do it a lot at the deer camp! They turn out just fine

  7. Raegan Billingsley

    We did meatloaf burgers and topped it w potatoes. My husband also made this amazing potato/rice/corn/cilantro side the other day too.

  8. Potatoes on the grill with mushrooms onions butter and cheese. Can also add bacon so yummy

  9. Tabatha Parsons

    Layer of diced potatoes in a baking pan, diced ham, shredded cheese, potatoes and bake

  10. Angela Guajardo Daugherty

    Make hash browns or diced potatoes for future skillet potatoes. They should freeze great.

  11. Kathy Wininger

    Slice or dice toss with a little bit of lemon juice. Bag and freeze them. Just rinse when you want to prepare them they last forever in the freezer they do not turn brown due to the lemon juice

  12. Potato green beans diced ham butter salt pepper Italian seasoning chicken base crock pot low 8 hours.

    I just saw this one Facebook. Split biscuits in half out ham in cheese in pinch and seal. They cook in air fryer but I don’t see why they couldn’t be baked or fried

  13. Hashbrowns
    French fries (you could even blanch and freeze)
    Fried potatoes & Polska sausage
    Fried potatoes for breakfast burritos
    Chicken & noodles over mashed potatoes (or beef)

  14. Donna Thors McMaster

    Loaded potatoes as a main or as a side.. Cook in a damp paper towel in the microwave, once cooked cut in quarters then top with whatever you like… bacon, onion, tomatoes, pineapple, corn, sour cream, grated cheese, guacamole, bolognese, (the list is endless) pop in microwave to melt cheese if you like…

  15. Jennifer Martin

    We do a potato casserole with chicken and sausage link sliced. Cube and boil till almost done, toss with olive oil and seasonings in a foil baking pan (this dish requires lots of cheese and sucks to clean lol. Cube and cook chicken with minced garlic salt and pepper until cooked through then add to the pan on top of the potatoes next sear a link sausage we use kielbasa and it’s really good slice it pan sear it then put it on top of the chicken and potatoes. Stir the contents in the pan then place cheese on top put it in the oven for 10 to 12 minutes pulled out mix it up and add bacon bits. As for the biscuits they can be used to make a really good chicken and dumplings, they also can make a really good pizza crust for personal pizzas. Good side dish for the potatoes you can keep them toss them with olive oil, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper, and for a little kick we use Tony’s Creole seasoning but you don’t have to add that please on a cookie sheet and roast them in the oven to come up quite delicious

  16. Vicki Crawford

    Baked potato in jacket scrap middle out once cook in bowl put 1/4 spud , grated chesse cream corn ,ham or bacon, onion, tomatoes mix with couple eggs .put in spuds serve once done with sour cream chillies sauce add salt pepper to mixture

  17. Get a plastic tote with a lid and some playground sand (lowes and such carry it). Put the sand in the tote, burying potatoes as you fill. Store in a closet or cabinet. Dig out what you need to use. You can do this with any root vegetable. Keeps bugs and rot away. Moisture, heat, and packed together are the enemies.

  18. Tara Fullerton

    Monkey bread for the biscuits or pigs in a blanket, scalloped potatoes with diced ham and spinach, or roasted diced potatoes with peppers and onions sprinkled with cooked Italian sausage and parmesan,.

  19. Sheree Renee Murray

    Do a baked potatoes bar. With lots of different toppings like taco beef or shredded chicken plus cheese, sour cream, green onions, bacon bits, cooked veggies,

  20. Hash browns, potato pancakes, they are great roasted on top of a salad, scallops potatoes, Augratin potatoes, hassle back potatoes,
    To make mashed feel different make meatloaf cupcakes. Basically meatloaf in muffin tins, topped with mashed potatoes and baked.
    Fried potatoes, improvised poutine (French fries, cheese curds if you can get them if not I use mozzarella) topped with brown gravy.

  21. Lisa Pauly Munoz

    Use the biscuits for mini pizzas.
    Fry the potatoes and use for filling with eggs, meat and cheese for burritos.

  22. Marianne Arseneau

    When it’s hot I cook in am then reheat..scalloped potatoes are awesome..leftover even better & freeze ok

  23. Danafifer Poss

    make scallop potatos in crockpot…microwave potatos when done let vool.then dlice up add onion and fry in pan as home fries

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