Originating from Belgium but popularized by the French, these are deep-fried potato sticks, typically crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. They're commonly served as a side dish or snack.
A classic dish made by boiling potatoes and then mashing them with milk, butter, and seasonings. It's a staple in many Western cuisines and often served alongside meats and gravies.
A Spanish tapa consisting of cubed potatoes that are fried and served with a spicy tomato-based sauce (bravas sauce) and sometimes aioli. It's a popular appetizer or side dish.
A North Indian dish made with potatoes (aloo) and cauliflower (gobi) cooked with various spices such as turmeric, cumin, and garam masala. It's a flavorful vegetarian dish often served with rice or bread.
An Irish dish made with mashed potatoes, kale or cabbage, butter, milk, and often flavored with onions or scallions. It's traditionally served as part of a St. Patrick's Day meal.
A Peruvian dish featuring boiled potatoes served with a spicy, creamy cheese sauce made from queso fresco, yellow Peruvian peppers, and evaporated milk. It's commonly served as an appetizer.
Italian potato dumplings made from mashed potatoes, flour, and sometimes eggs. They're shaped into small pillows, boiled, and served with various sauces like tomato, pesto, or cheese.
A traditional Jewish dish made of shredded potatoes mixed with onion, flour or matzo meal, and eggs. The mixture is formed into small pancakes and fried until crispy. It's often served during Hanukkah.