Potato Recipes: Quick & Easy Microwave Meals

Fast and Fit Clam Chowder

You know that it’s quick and easy to cook up our farm fresh PotatOHs, but did you know that you can make microwave potato recipes to feed your family in a flash?

How do you use your microwave? Is it mostly for reheating leftovers and making popcorn for family movie night? Microwaves are handy for reheating, but with the help of PotatOHs you can also use them to cook up healthy meals that your whole family will love! We’ve rounded up healthy potato recipes to make your life a little bit easier and a little bit healthier, too.

Not only do these potato recipes help you get supper on the table in a hurry, but including healthy potatoes means you’re adding potassium, fiber, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and antioxidants to your family’s plate. Potatoes are also naturally fat- and sodium-free, so you can feel good about dishing them up.

Fast and Fit Clam Chowder

Kids love creamy, hearty clam chowder on a chilly fall evening. Toss together a quick green salad and serve this up with crusty bread, and you’ve got a healthy weeknight meal. The recipe calls for diced potatoes, but you can save even more time (and chopping!) if you substitute our Fingerling Jubileez. Instead of adding them to the broth, just cook them up before you get started, and add half to the soup when you put it in the blender. You can toss the rest in whole or slice them in half to make them a little bit more bite-sized.

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Loaded “Baked” PotatOHs

Everybody loves a loaded baked potato, and with our PotatOHs, you can create easy microwave meals that even your kids will enjoy. Check out the variations for broccoli and cheese, pizza, and spinach Alfredo. Instead of slicing the potatoes in half before you microwave, just cook up one Express Bake PotatOH per person and halve it after cooking.

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Meatloaf-Stuffed Potato

Turn leftover meatloaf into a quick supper with this microwave potato recipe. Instead of stuffing the uncooked potato, just cook up one Express Bake PotatOH per person, then scoop, stuff, and microwave for 1-2 minutes, just to heat the meatloaf all the way through. Serve with a side of microwave-steamed asparagus, and you’ll have a delicious supper on the table in less than 20 minutes!

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Greek Salad “Baked” Potatoes

Baking potatoes in the oven can take up to an hour, but throw some Express Bake PotatOHs in the microwave, and you’ve got supper in a fraction of the time. This fresh spin on a loaded baked potato features plenty of veggies and feta cheese for a one-dish meal.

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Microwave Shepherd’s Pie

Shepherd’s pie is a hearty, filling meal, and you can make it much more quickly using a microwave. The recipe below calls for dicing the potatoes and cooking them in water, but you can use a tray of our Gold Jubileez to make your creamy mashed potatoes with no peeling or chopping. Just heat them according to the package instructions, then use them in the recipe in place of the cooked, chopped potatoes.

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Microwave Shepherdess Pie

Does your family love sweet potatoes? Shepherdess pie is a fun twist on traditional shepherd’s pie that uses mashed sweets instead of regular potatoes. To make this variation, use the recipe above, but substitute four Express Bake Sweet PotatOHs cooked in the microwave for the russet potatoes in the recipe. Just like the shepherd’s pie, you don’t need to peel and dice these up before microwaving. Just cook according to the package directions, and let them cool. The skin will peel away easily with your fingers, and it’s OK if you don’t get every last bit of skin, since this is a rustic dish.

Do you have a favorite microwave potato recipe? Share your quick and easy meal ideas in the comments!
 

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