Mashed, roasted, grilled, fried, tossed in a salad—in these irresistible dishes, the potato isn't so humble
Photo by Annabelle Breakey
These little nuggets from The Garage restaurant, in Salt Lake City, are based on Mormon funeral potatoes, a crunchy, cheesy, creamy casserole dish that is served at just about any big function in that town. Rolled into balls and deep-fried, they are totally over the top.
Recipe: Fried Mormon Funeral Potatoes