Potato Ho Down: Pink Potatotini

April 13, 2009


Anyone who knows us knows how much we love pink, so does it come as a surprise that our Potato Ho Down entry this month is a Pink Potatotini?

Pink Potatotini

Pink Potatotini

We served the Pink Potatotinis for Easter Sunday, and had tons of pink fun with them.  We started with our Make-Ahead Potato recipe, and just added a touch of red food coloring.  We then piped them into martini glasses, added a sprinkle of chives and a couple of olives. Viola!  Pink Potatotini!

Dlyn is the host for this month’s Ho Down, so be sure to visit her site on April 15th to see all of the Potato Hos and their recipes!  Thanks for hosting, Dlyn!


19 Comments so far

  1. Posted by noble pig

    April 14, 200912:08 am

    That is seriously awesome…you should be famous now!

  2. Posted by Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer

    April 14, 20099:02 am

    WOW that is a first for me – I have never seen anything like this and DAMN do I love it!! Looks great!

  3. Posted by LilSis

    April 14, 200910:31 am

    Thanks Noble Pig! We had fun making it and we love participating in your Potato Ho Down!

  4. Posted by Melissa

    April 14, 200910:34 am

    That might be the most novel entry to the Ho Down I have ever seen. Nice!!

  5. Posted by LilSis

    April 14, 200910:53 am

    Hi Cathy! Hi Melissa!
    Thanks for the compliments! We had a good time with these pink potatoes; they’re fun and taste yummy, too!

  6. Posted by BigSis

    April 14, 20096:06 pm

    Hidey ho Noble Pig, Cathy and Melissa! Thank you all so much for the encouragement! We do love us some pink taters!!

  7. Posted by Mrs. L

    April 16, 20091:15 pm

    This is so damn cool! Seriously, an awesome idea. Now I need someone to have a pink food party so I can dazzle em with this dish!

  8. Posted by BigSis

    April 16, 20091:39 pm

    Hey, Mrs. L! Thanks!! It would be a fun thing to do for a party, wouldn’t it! It’s definitely not the same old mashed taters…not that there’s anything wrong with that! Thanks for popping in!

  9. Posted by grace

    April 17, 20095:42 am

    i know i’d dig into this expecting a strawberry mousse or something akin to it. would i be disappointed to learn that it’s taters instead? not in the least. :)

  10. Posted by elra

    April 17, 20093:30 pm

    Aww, that is so pretty. Love pink!

  11. Posted by BigSis

    April 17, 20098:42 pm

    Hi, Grace! It does look like strawberry ice cream or mousse. Taters are never disappointing, are they? ;-D

    Hidey ho, Elra! Thanks for popping in! We love pink too! Can you tell??

  12. Posted by Jen @ How To: Simplify

    April 1, 201012:26 pm

    This is so creative!
    .-= Jen @ How To: Simplify´s last blog post … White Chicken Chili =-.

  13. Posted by Maria

    April 1, 201012:26 pm

    Love the pink!
    .-= Maria´s last blog post … 2peas3-0 =-.

  14. Posted by Tracy

    April 1, 201012:26 pm

    Haha, that’s awesome!

  15. Posted by Michelle

    April 1, 201012:28 pm

    We are martini drinkers from way back! I can just see the look on my husband’s face if I served a pink potato martini! Love it!
    .-= Michelle´s last blog post … Drunken Pasta and Olive Spelt Focaccia =-.

  16. Posted by Cookin' Canuck

    April 1, 20101:04 pm

    Now that is a festive way to do mashed potatoes!
    .-= Cookin’ Canuck´s last blog post … Asparagus, Tomato & Feta Cheese Puff Pastry Tart Recipe =-.

  17. Posted by Maggy

    April 1, 20102:50 pm

    Ha! I love it. What a fun way to do mashed potatoes.
    .-= Maggy´s last blog post … Croquembouche: The Bliss (and Blister) of It All =-.

  18. Posted by Fuji Mama

    April 7, 20102:00 pm

    LOVE the pink–too fun!
    .-= Fuji Mama´s last blog post … Utah: Good Fun & Good Food =-.

  19. Posted by BigSis

    April 7, 20108:13 pm

    Thanks, Fuji Mama! Leave it to us to come up with pink potatoes! 😀 Glad you liked them!


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    April 16, 20098:46 am

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