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    Potatoes are a starchy vegetable crop that comes from tubers. They are originally from South America, but have been introduced to many other countries and regions around the world, and thus are now the most tuber crop in the world, and along with corn (maize), rice, and wheat, are one of the world's leading food crops.

    Numerous countries around the world, have now made potatoes into an important part of their cuisine. Sometimes, they are eaten side dish, sometimes as snacks, and sometimes staple food. Potatoes are of course also frequently used as ingredient in many other dishes.

    Some potato recipes and dishes include:
    • Ajiaco - This Colombian recipe for potato soup is made using two or more kinds of native potatoes. It also contains chicken on the bone, and corn on the cob, and it s flavored using guasca which is a local herb somewhat reminiscent of oregano. Just before eating, avocado, capers, and cream are added to the soup, and it is then served over white rice.

    • Colcannon - This Irish recipe is made from mashed potatoes with garlic, cabbage or kale.

    • French fries - These are potatoes which have been skinned, cut into pieces, and then deep-fried. In the United Kingdom, they are usually known as "chips", although the word "fries" is also sometimes used. In the United States, following a political dispute with France, there was for a time a movement to retitle the dish "freedom fries".

      French fries

    • Hash Browns - Fried, grated potatoes, sometimes with onion or egg, and often made into patties. Hash browns are often eaten as a side dish with cooked breakfasts, especially in the United States.

    • Mashed potato - Potatoes boiled and then mashed, usually with butter, milk or cream added into the mix. This is a popular side dish in British cuisine, and some other countries' too. Mashed potatoes are also used as an ingredient in a variety of other recipes too.

    • Papa rellena - This is a Peruvian recipe. It is made from mashed potatoes stuffed with ground meat and spices, and is cooked by deep frying.

    • Papas a la Huancaína - Another Peruvian recipe. It is made from sliced potatoes on a bed of lettuce with olives, and spicy cheese sauce.

    • Potato chips - Thin slices of potato, deep-fried or baked until crisp, and often eaten as a snack food. While it is possible to make your own, most people tend to buy them ready-made in packets. In the United Kingdom, they are usually known as "crisps" (since the word "chips" generally refers to French fries), and come in many different flavors. In the United States, crushed potato chips are sometimes used as an ingredient in recipes.

    • Poutine - This dish from Québec, has become one Canadian cuisine's best known dishes. It is French fries covered with cheese curds and then gravy.
    Poutine



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