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How to Cook Stained Glass Potatoes

PotatoesAhhh…the Fall harvest!

We dig up our potatoes mostly in September and cut them into thin slices and create a beautiful window with them…

We put some parsley in between, so that you can see it between the slices and voila! It’s like a stained glass window, well a potato window!

These Stained Glass Potatoes are usually served alongside tiny, baby carrots.

What a winner with adults & children alike. After all, who doesn’t love potato chips. A little remolade would also be a perfect accompaniment.

Type: Side Dish Recipe
Serve With: baby carrots & other colorful vegetables
Prep Time: 7 min
Cook Time: 4-5 min per side


  • potatoes – thinly sliced
  • fresh Italian parsley
  • butter – softened
  • sea salt – to taste
  • freshly cracked black pepper – to taste
  • flax seeds – optional


  1. Slice potatoes into very thin slices.
  2. Butter up the slices with soft butter and a basting brush.
  3. Between every 2 pieces, like sandwiches, place a sprig of fresh parsley.
  4. Grill or fry these sets of 2 slices til golden and delicious.
  5. Sprinkle with a few flax or other seeds, salt & pepper.

Serve alongside fresh, colorful veggies and you have something wonderful.

I could, and will go on and on over a series of Fall appetizer blog posts. Thanks for checking me out on Cooking with Kimberly. Please check out my blog too:


I hope you enjoy this Potato Recipe on Cooking with Kimberly. Until next time…

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  1. This is great, I recommend everyone to try. And it’s very cost-effective

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    • Absolutely, Marija!

      It is quite cost effective since potatoes & parsley are both inexpensive ingredients.

      Kimberly 🙂

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  2. Potatoes is always delicious..before i read this post, i often make a non garnished french fries ..but after i read this post, i’m so inspired to make a different one..thanks!

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