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5 Thanksgiving Potato Recipes that Break Tradition

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There’s nothing wrong with good ol’ mashed potatoes, but why not try something new this year? Here are some delicious potato recipes with a twist to turn up your Thanksgiving feast!

Need a little dessert inspiration? Check out 5 Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes that Break Tradition.

 

Vanilla Bean Mascarpone Mashed Potatoes

Vanilla Bean and Mascarpone Mashed Potatoes on FMITK.com

Mascarpone cheese adds a creaminess to these potatoes that is unmatched. Don’t let the vanilla bean scare you! The flavor is subtle and plays nicely with others. Make it extra fancy but adding a little parmesan cheese on top and hitting it with the brulee torch!  Recipe here.

 

Tartiflette

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You really can’t go wrong with potatoes, bacon, onions, cheese and wine – and that’s all you’ll need for this traditional French dish – tartiflette! Recipe here.

 

Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Rice Krispie Topping

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Skip the regular potatoes and go straight to the sweet potatoes! Brandon at KitchenKonfidence.com says “…the crunch of the topping is the perfect counter to the rich, creaminess of the potatoes. And the rosemary and cayenne provide pops of flavor that liven up each bite.” Recipe here.

Hasselback Potatoes

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Maximize your potato crispiness with impressive-looking hasselback potatoes from Feasting at Home. I think thyme would also be great in place of the rosemary.  Recipe here.

 

Duck Fat Fried Smashed Potatoes

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Simplicity is elegance – all you need for these decadent potatoes is duck fat and sea salt. Recipe here.

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