When you use Maggie’s Irish Potato Seasoning for cooking or grilling, you’ll discover a key that opens a door to new recipes and taste treats your family and guests will love. If you’re like most home cooks and chefs, your cupboards are filled with herbs, spices, and spice blends, many of which are used often while others are pushed to the back of your cabinet and rarely see the light of day. Maggie’s is one spice blend you’ll reach for time after time when your recipe calls for seasoning, whether it’s Irish roasted potatoes, spicy wings, mac ‘n’ cheese, chili, pasta sauce, or your favorite breakfast scramble.
4 Ways to Use Maggie’s Irish Potato Seasoning
1. Create authentic Irish Herbed Potatoes for your family or to serve as a pot luck dish by starting with premium red potatoes and cutting them into bite-sized pieces. Microwave on high for 5 minutes or boil potato pieces for 5-7 minutes, then toss them with a generous tablespoon of Maggie’s in a mixing bowl. Serve piping hot, alone or with your favorite condiments. Maggie’s Irish Potatoes pair well with sour cream, ketchup, spicy mustard, salsa, or plain yogurt.
2. The next time you make oven wings for a hungry crowd, toss the wing pieces in a mixing bowl with peanut or olive oil and crisp in the oven at 400 degrees for 30 minutes or a bit longer for larger wings. Once taken out of the hot oven, immediately toss with Maggie’s Irish Potato Seasoning or Maggie’s Cajun Style Seasoning for flavor-packed wings you’ll want to make often.
3. Add Maggie’s to your breakfast scramble by starting with a hot skillet and a tablespoon of olive or coconut oil; add partially cooked red potato slices, sweet red peppers, green onions, and garlic. Cook on medium to medium high and toss regularly until potatoes are completely soft; pour scrambled eggs over the top, sprinkle on Maggie’s, and turn the heat down to low and cover for 3-5 minutes or until the top is no longer jiggly.
4. Maggie’s Irish Potato Seasoning makes flavorful macaroni and cheese that is certain to please everyone in your family. Start with a one-pound box of elbow macaroni cooked al dente by taking the pasta off of the heat about 3 minutes before it’s tender. Rinse immediately with cold water and set aside.
Grate ¼ pound of cheddar cheese and ¼ pound of smoked cheese; melt over low heat with ½ cup of milk. When thoroughly melted, mix into the macaroni and add 1 generous tablespoon of Maggie’s. Cook in a covered casserole dish in a 350 degree oven for one hour or ladel into a crockpot and cook at low temperature for 3-4 hours.
Try Maggie’s Irish Potato Seasoning on all of your family’s best recipes or check for new recipe listings on our website. Maggie’s is unlike any other seasoning blend in your kitchen; it’s so versatile, delicious, and different from all other spices that it’s sure to be your go-to seasoning for meats and side dishes.