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  1. #1 Syracuse salt potatos 
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    First of all its not that salty at all. The salt brings a harder boil to cook the taters faster, or so I was told!
    Very few ingredients and creamy tatsy taters!

    1.5 cups of table salt or 3 cups kosher salt
    2 lbs of those gourmet small honey gold potatos, little red ones will do
    1 stick butter
    pepper

    Bring a pot of water to a boil, stir in the salt, add the potatos boil for 5 minutes and turn down heat to simmer.
    Simmer for 15-20 mins till taters are fork tender.
    Strain and put the potatos back in the pot on low heat, add the butter and pepper. pour into a bowl and go to town! Sooo good!





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    A friend of mine who lives in Syracuse introduced me to these about 10 years ago...they are to DIE for and well worth the time/effort. You would think with that much salt that they are salty but that isn't true...the salt just gives it flavor.

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