Idaho Potato Commission Halloween Potato Recipes

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The Idaho Potato Commission Adds Spooky Spuds to the Menu

New Halloween Recipes Featured on IdahoPotato.com

EAGLE, ID, October 26, 2011 – It’s a mummy…it’s a ghost…it’s an Idaho® potato? The Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) has recently enriched its website with a selection of new Halloween recipes. From Creepy Crawly Idaho® Potatoes to Spooktacular Idaho® Potato Soup, these hauntingly delicious dishes are certain to put any trick-or-treater in the Halloween spirit.

“These Halloween recipes perfectly showcase the versatility of the Idaho® potato. How many other vegetables can be ‘disguised’ as a purple vampire bat, a ghost or even a green coiled snake?” said Frank Muir, President/CEO, IPC. “No matter how you prepare your Idaho® potato though, you can’t disguise its great flavor and nutritional profile.”

These ghoulishly good recipes and more are available at www.idahopotato.com/halloween:

Idaho Potatoes Yummy Mummy Heads Recipe

Yummy Mummy Heads feature Yukon Gold Idaho® potatoes disguised in pizza sauce, pepperoni, olives, bell peppers and mozzarella string cheese.

Idaho Potatoes Spooktacular Idaho Potato Soup Recipe

Infused with zesty ingredients like bell peppers, cilantro and poblano chilies, the Spooktacular Idaho® Potato Soup is sure to warm up any trick-or-treater with its animated face and comforting flavors.

Idaho Potatoes Creepy Crawly Idaho Potatoes Recipe

A creative combination of cheddar cheese, bacon bits, cream cheese and plenty of Idaho® potatoes, Creepy Crawly Idaho® Potatoes come to life with olive eyes, a potato nose, black bean feet and a green onion tail and whiskers.

About the Idaho Potato Commission
The Idaho Potato Commission is a state agency that is primarily responsible for expanding the markets for Idaho-grown potatoes through advertising, promotion and research. The Commission also protects the use of the “Idaho® potato” and “Grown in Idaho®” seals, which are federally registered Certification Marks that belong to the IPC. These Marks ensure that consumers are purchasing potatoes that have been grown in the state of Idaho. For more information, visit www.idahopotato.com.

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  1. Danielle S says:

    It doesn’t matter how they taste, as long as they look good on the table at a party.

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