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    19 Ways To Eat Potatoes Around The World

    Potatoh my gosh.

    1. Riivinkropsu, Finland

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    This delicious grated potato casserole is the most comforting food in the world. In Finland, you can buy frozen bags of ready-grated potato, so you can whip it up whenever you want (aka every evening, thanks).

    Get the recipe here.

    2. Sag Aloo, North India

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    Sag Aloo is a yummy spinach and potato curry (shown right in this photo), but if you fancy a smaller bite, then try out aloo tikki – a potato fritter with onions and peas. Or have both, I would.

    Get the recipe here.

    3. Chorrillana, Chile

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    Imagine nachos, but instead of tortilla chips you have fries, and instead of ground mince, you have sliced beef. Then add an egg. Chorrillana is perfect drunk food, and often served to share.

    Get the recipe here.

    4. Duchesse potatoes, France

    5. Bubble and Squeak, UK

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    Bubble and squeak is the most delicious way to use up leftover mashed potato (if you manage to have leftover mash, I salute you). Mix the mash with whatever veg you have hanging around, make into patties, and shallow fry. Serve with an egg and Bob's your uncle.

    Recipe here.

    6. Jansson's Temptation, Sweden

    7. Country potatoes, America

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    Any excuse to eat fried potatoes for breakfast is OK with me.

    Get the recipe here.

    8. Pierogi, Poland

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    Delicious potato dumplings, served with oodles of sour cream = the dream.

    Get the recipe here.

    9. Gnocchi, Italy

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    Bless the Italians for combining potatoes and pasta into one marvellous bite.

    Get the recipe here.

    10. Canarian Potatoes, Canary Islands

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    Don't be deceived by the photo – Canary Island potatoes are a riot of flavour. The potatoes are salty and garlicy, and served with a punchy red or green Mojo sauce.

    Get the recipe here.

    11. Boil fish, Bahamas

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    Boil fish is a traditional breakfast dish, but it's also perfect for when you're feeling poorly. Add lots of pepper and lime, and feel better in no time.

    Get the recipe here.

    12. Aloo pie, Trinidad and Tobago

    13. Gamjajeon, Korea

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    Gamjajeon are mouthwatering potato pancakes, served with a sesame seed dipping sauce. They're perfect for sharing, or not. Totally your call.

    Get the recipe here.

    14. Rosti, Switzerland

    15. Salchipapas, Peru

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    Salchipapas is a popular street food dish, consisting of sausages and potatoes, fried. Where you go with that is up to you – from garnishes to sauces.

    Get the recipe here.

    16. Rappie Pie, Nova Scotia

    17. Brændende kærlighed, Denmark

    18. Colcannon, Ireland

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    Colcannon used kale before it was cool – mashed up with buttery floury potatoes and traditionally served alongside bacon with white parsley sauce. Fun fact: At Hallowe'en coins are wrapped up and hidden in the colcannon.

    Get the recipe here.

    19. Dabeli, West India

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