These old fashioned recipes have been lifted from cookery books from around 100 years ago. They are the tastiest (and easiest) ones I could find!
1/2 tsp. celery salt
To the mashed potato, add the celery salt. Separate the egg, beat the yolk, and mix it with the potato. Beat the white stiff and fold it into the potato last. Pile into a buttered baking dish, set in a hot oven, and bake until the potato is thoroughly heated through and the surface is brown. Serve at once.
4 large raw potatoes grated
8 large boiled potatoes grated
¾ cup bread crumbs
1 tablespoon melted butter
Mix eggs with grated raw potatoes, add bread crumbs and butter, lastly grated boiled potatoes and salt. Coat hands with flour while forming dumplings size of large egg.
Carefully drop at once into boiling salted water. Boil twenty minutes, drain, lay on platter and sprinkle with fried chopped onions and bread crumbs browned in butter.
1 quart potato cubes
½ can pimentos
2 cups white sauce
½ lb. cheese
1 teaspoon salt
Cook potatoes with chopped onion. Drain and add pimentos cut fine. Pour white sauce over; stir in cheese; bake in a moderate oven.
P.S. For a more modern approach download a free copy of Easy Potato Recipes.