Company Potatoes with TWO different Toppings


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This recipe is a one-pot version of company potatoes that has two different toppings for you to choose from OR don’t choose and use both like I did! CLICK …

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  1. Rick M
    Rick M says:

    Never feel that you are talking too much, I watch your vlogs all the time because I love the information that you provide from all the tests that you do. Please carry on, your wonderful!

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  2. Schwansonian Townsonian
    Schwansonian Townsonian says:

    Quick question for you….. I am planning on cooking my gravy and turkey breast in the foodi, and want to make these potatoes as well. Should I good the potatoes first, and then the turkey? I am traveling on the road to my parents. If I cook the potatoes the night before, how should I reheat them? I am not a cook, and I am intimidated by a lot of this.

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  3. Shelley G.
    Shelley G. says:

    Oh my this looks like a winner. Ive never heard of such a recipe with the odd ingredients like that, but I like the idea…..I cannot wait to try it. I think I will go with the frosted flakes option for the first time.

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  4. Ronda McFalls
    Ronda McFalls says:

    Here's you a "oh no" moment… the other night I was tired so I just put my low country boil in the fridge in the foodi pot (with a glass lid). The next night my husband was going to heat some for supper & luckily I happened to walk into the kitchen right after he had turned the stove on with my foodie pot sitting on the burner. When I told him no that wasn't supposed to be on the stove… he asked me then what's it for lol… I poured the food into a bowl to put in the microwave. I'm so glad I walked in when I did cause I'm not sure what the pot would have looked like if it had stayed on the fire.

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  5. OCB LLC
    OCB LLC says:

    I love the back stories. Its great that you had such wonderful people in your life that shared their recipes. It usually makes the best tasting food. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. The Whisperer
    The Whisperer says:

    It looks delicious. I’ll have to try it in my oven though as I currently don’t own a Ninja Foodi or a Instant Pot. Which brings me to….

    I have noticed that you use the older version of Ninja Foodi in your videos. Is there a reason that you prefer it over the new one? I have watched your review of the OL601/701 models and would like to see you compare them to the Instant Pot Pro Crisp + Air Fryer. Maybe you can get a model for the purpose of reviewing it (if you don’t plan on keeping it), then return it in time for the money back?

    I am looking to get a multi cooker and could use some recommendations. I have 6 people in my household and own a 12qt stovetop pressure cooker that I’m looking to substitute. I’m stuck between Instant Pot Pro Crisp + Air Fryer 8-qt vs Ninja® Foodi® 14-in-1 8-qt. SMART XL Pressure Cooker Steam Fryer with SmartLid™ & Built-In Thermometer.

    I like that the Ninja Foodi is a 1 lid unit, but I don’t like the thought of accidentally burning myself from the steam or breaking off the lid when disassembling it for cleaning.

    Anyways, I’m already making a compromise stepping down from a 12qt to 8qt, I might do the same with having 1 lid vs 2 lids. In the end it’s all about the best bang for the buck when it comes to features and functionality. Unless Instant Pot Pro Crisp + Air Fryer has the same, I think the Steam/Crisp and Steam/Bake features might give the Ninja a slight edge over it.

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