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Montreal Roasted Potatoes

Makes approximately 6-8 servings

2 tbsp District Spice Montreal blend
3 lbs russet potatoes
1/4 cup olive oil
Optional: 4 strips bacon (pork or vegan substitute), cooked & chopped into 1/4 to 1/2 inch pieces; 1 red onion, chopped and sauteed; splash dessert wine

  1. Combine olive oil and District Spice Montreal blend in container, and let sit for one hour.  For best results, let blend infuse overnight.
  2. Dice potatoes into circa 1/2 inch pieces, and soak for one hour in cool water, to remove excess starch.
  3. Strain potatoes and allow to dry.  Use a towel to pat potatoes dry as needed.
  4. Pre-heat oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
  5. Optional: Dice red onion.  Use a small amount of oil, or fat from the bacon, to caramelize the onion.  For additional flavor, add some dessert wine to onions and saute until liquid is gone.  Add onion to bacon, mix, and set aside.
  6. Toss dry potatoes in a bowl with Montreal-infused olive oil.  Once coated, arrange potatoes in baking dish one layer deep.  Pour any remain oil in the bowl over the potatoes.
  7. Bake dish for 30 minutes.  Toss potatoes in dish, and continue baking for an additional 30 minutes, or until potatoes are browned.
  8. Optional: Sprinkle bacon/onion mixture over potatoes and continuing baking for 5 minutes.
  9. Remove potatoes from oven, and allow to cool 5 minutes before serving.Montreal roasted potatoes, vegan style
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Sweet Potato Crumble

Makes approx. 8-10 servings

1 tsp District Spice Hand in the Cookie Jar blend
2-3 sweet potatoes
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup butter
1 cup oats

  1. Bake sweet potatoes at 400 degrees F for two hours.  Remove the skins and place potatoes into food processor.  Blend until smooth.
  2. Blend butter, brown sugar, oats, and District Spice Hand in the Cookie Jar blend until well mixed.
  3. Pour sweet potatoes into 9×9 baking dish.  Evenly spread the oat mixture over the top.
  4. Bake at 350 F for 30 minutes, or until the top caramelizes.  Serve hot.

District Spice French Fries

Recommended blends: BBQ, Chili Dust, Congressional Grilling, Currying Favor, Memphis BBQ, Nice & Naughty, Pork Barrel, Ranch, SouthWest, Sriracha

District Spice blend (see above for recommendations)
Russet potatoes, julienne (Mandolin slicer recommended)
Peanut oil for frying
Salt

Soak julienne potatoes in water for 30-60 minutes to remove excess starch, drain and let dry for 30-60 minutes.

Heat oil in fryer or deep skillet.

Add julienne potato to oil, in batches, and fry until brown and crisp.  Remove fries using strainer (or pasta ladle, if strainer unavailable), and place into bowl, lined with paper towels.

While fries are still shiny from oil, sprinkle on District Spice blend, as well as some salt, to taste.  Serve hot.

District Spice Potato Chips

Recommended blends: BBQ, Chili Dust, Congressional Grilling, Memphis BBQ, Nice & Naughty, Pork Barrel, Ranch, SouthWest, Sriracha

District Spice blend (see above for recommendations)
Russet potatoes, thinly sliced (Mandolin slicer recommended)
Peanut oil for frying
Salt

Soak potato slices in water for 30-60 minutes to remove excess starch, drain and let dry for 30-60 minutes.

Heat oil in fryer or deep skillet.

Add potato slices to oil, in batches, and fry until brown and crisp.  Remove chips using strainer (or pasta ladle, if strainer unavailable), and place into bowl, lined with paper towels.

While chips are still shiny from oil, sprinkle on District Spice blend, as well as some salt, to taste.  Serve hot.

Potato Chips MBBQ
(Potato chips made with Memphis BBQ)

 

District Spice Mashed Potatoes

Recommended blends: Chesapeake, Creole, Currying Favor, Ranch, SouthWest

Serves 6-8

1-2 tbsp District Spice blend (see above for recommended blends)
2-3 russet potatoes
heavy whipping cream, as needed (usually approx. 1 cup)
pinch of salt

Boil or roast potatoes, until soft.
Mash with District Spice blend of choice and salt.
Slowly add heavy cream, while continuing to mash, until desired consistency is reached.