Potatoes are naturally gluten-free, always available, economical and perennially popular.
01 of 09
According to our British and Irish Food Expert Elaine Lemm, if you use lamb to make this recipe it is officially called "shepherd's pie." If you use beef then call it "cottage pie."
02 of 09
Mashed potatoes with roasted garlic and gluten-free gravy served with roasted chicken, beef or pork- an easy, classic gluten-free side dish that everyone enjoys.
03 of 09
Cheesy Vegetarian Stuffed Potato Skins with Vegetarian Bacon Bits, from Jolinda Hackett, makes a delicious, popular party appetizer and an out-of-the-ordinary side gluten-free side for soups and salads.
04 of 09
There is something so warm and comforting about a big bowl of hot and creamy potato leek soup. If you are avoiding dairy as well as gluten, use light coconut milk and olive oil to replace the milk and butter in this easy recipe.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
05 of 09
Check out this How-To-Guide from Molly Watson for making homemade potato chips- a great recipe to serve with juicy homemade burgers.
06 of 09
From Molly Watson in the Guide to Local Foods, this recipe for Potato and Cabbage Casserole is a simple and economical one-pan dish. Be sure to use gluten-free pancetta or bacon in this recipe and forget about peeling the potatoes- you'll save time and add nutrients to this easy, family favorite side dish.
07 of 09
This Guide to Eastern European Cooking explains how Serbians enjoy potato salad with oil and vinegar dressing. This make-ahead salad is a nice change from mayonnaise-dressed potato salads.
08 of 09
Colcannon is an Irish soup, traditionally made with mashed potatoes and green cabbage or kale. This gluten and dairy-free version of Colcannon is adapted from a recipe that appears in The Best International Recipes by the Editors of Cook's Illustrated.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
09 of 09
These are faux potatoes- a delightful candy recipe from Elizabeth LaBau in the Guide to Candy.