Make History for Dinner: The Hasselback PotatoSara O'Donnell
Hassbelback Potatoes are not only a historic recipe, they are an attention grabbing way to turn a regular spud into a work of art. First created in Stockholm, Sweden, way back in the 1700s at a restaurant called Hasselbacken, the fancy accordion cut and special infused-oil preparation make Hasselback Potatoes creamy on the inside and crispy on the outside.
The combination of herbs and spices that infuse the oil are only limited by your imagination. Saffron threads and sliced garlic are inspiration from Chef Paul Kahan and the Idaho Potato Commission but curry powder, chives, and crispy breadcrumb topping are common variations.
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It’s easy with Babble’s 7 Ways to Serve Hasselback Potatoes.