The possibilities when preparing potatoes are endless: bake, fry, saute or mash them. But don't be too quick to reach for the peeler; potato skins are flavorful and full of fiber, vitamin B6, potassium, and iron. Here are our favorite ways to serve them as a side.
Baby potatoes get a coating of mashed peas and mint that brings out their inner earthiness.
The satisfying crunch of walnuts and the creaminess of fingerling potatoes gives a helping of salad greens added dimension; the nuts have a natural affinity for arugula, spinach, endive, and watercress.