Thanks to Idaho Potato, I’m revisiting my self-proclaimed title of “Slider King of the World.” They gave me the opportunity to add to my obsession. (Thank you). As many of you may or may not be aware of, I’m addicted to sliders and if you have no idea what I’m taking about because you’ve been living under a rock, I’m going to remind you all about it. I’ve had quite a few slider posts on the site—each one getting me that more excited about tiny burgers and sandwiches—and I’m not even embarrassed to admit it. Pot Roast Sliders with Sriracha Aioli are one of my favorites. That was until Fried Green Tomato and Shrimp Sliders came into my life, those are out of this world good. But I can’t talk about sliders without mentioning these BLT Biscuit Sliders that taught me everything should be sandwiched between biscuits and bacon. Hence the birth of these Baked Idaho Potato Sliders. Chive biscuits loaded with a potato patty, bacon, cheese, lettuce, tomato and a creamy chive and garlic sour cream sauce. This one right here just might be my new favorite, until the next bigger and better (or should I say smaller and better) slider comes along. In the meantime though, these sliders will forever have my heart.
Just in case it wasn’t obvious already, I’ve partnered up with Idaho Potato to bring you a few amazing potato recipes. It’s a match made in potato heaven, which I really wish was an actual thing because that would mean I would be able to eat potatoes until the end of time. DREAM. COME. TRUE. I can without a doubt say that I’ve been eating potatoes non-stop since I was a kid and they’re by far, hands down, my all time favorite vegetable. Yes, it’s a vegetable and I have no problems eating it alongside other starches and carbs. That’s what veggies are for. If you’re interested in reading about my love affair with taters, you can read about it here and here.
Needless to say, I’ve been ecstatic about this partnership for months. It’s been so hard keeping a tight lid on it for so long, but I’m happy that I can finally share the recipes with you! This first one is very near and dear to my heart, of course, but it’s only the beginning, friends. The other recipes are just as big and exciting, if not more. So let’s get pumped up about this potato party! You’ve got an exclusive invitation. Don’t let me party alone.