Cheese Potato Stacks make a wonderful starter be it for evening snack or for any party as well. When I searching the net for ideas on what gets served as part of the Thanksgiving day, celebrated in USA, I came about these potato Stacks that seem to be a popular one to be served as starters.
We are doing BM#82, Week 2 and I will be sharing some Thanksgiving Day food that gets done during this time. Thanksgiving Day is always on the fourth Thursday of November. This is a day celebrated to thank for all the blessings and for good friends etc. So naturally good food and much joy is observed on this day.
So there is always a traditional menu followed for this day and while there are some standard starters and main courses, there are always some changes done to the menu too. These sinful Potato Stacks was part of the menu that I read on couple of sites and it was interesting to see how each one does this.
I made this in a hurry and clicking the pictures were even worse! As I had said, cooking for the blog has become a huge thing for me and with the given time I seem to have on hand, it becomes extremely tough. I am so unhappy with the pictures but have to go with these for now.
Cheese Potato Stacks
2 large Potatoes about a cup full
3 tsp Garlic Butter
1 tsp Italian Seasoning
Salt to taste
1/4 tsp Pepper Powder
1/2 cup Cheddar Cheese
1 Cheese Slice
How to make Cheese Potato Stacks
Wash and peel the potatoes and let them soak in water.
Using a mandolin, slice potatoes into thin discs and place them back in the water until use.
Make a mix of garlic butter, grated cheese along with salt, pepper, and toss.
Drain the potato chips, pat them dry and transfer to a bowl.
Grease the muffin tray with garlic butter and stack the potatoes in layers.
Top with small bits of sliced cheese, sprinkle Italian seasoning, a bit of salt.
Preheat the oven at 185C and bake the stacked potatoes for at least 45 to 50 mins.
Mine almost took 55 mins to get baked.
Serve hot as starters