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Place the salad potatoes in a pan and cover with the minimum of boiling water.
Cover with a lid and simmer gently for approximately 15-20 minutes until just tender.
Once cooked drain immediately.
Place the potatoes in a microwaveable dish with 2 tbsp of water.
Cover and cook on full power (800w) for 7-8 minutes.
Allow to stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
Salad potatoes taste great on their own, in their skins, but if you would like to add butter here are some interesting twists:
Citrus Butter: 25g softened butter mixed with the zest of an orange and half a lemon
Herb Butter: 25g softened butter mixed with 2 tbsp finely chopped fresh herbs (parsley, mint, chives etc)
Pesto Butter: 25g softened butter mixed with 1 tsp red pesto
Garlic Butter: 25g softened butter mixed with 1-2 crushed cloves of garlic
Tip: You don't need to add butter to salad potatoes, a handful of fresh herbs, like parsley, adds flavour without the fat.
175g (6oz) of Salad potatoes per person
Simple, tasty and rustic - just bang it all in one pan and serve with crusty bread. Easy!
Grilled Salmon and Potato Rainbow Salad
At just over 600kcal, ‘Bowl in One’ is a delicious combination of salmon spiced with turmeric, fresh potatoes for a fibre and potassium boost, and a generous helping of a mix of vegetables to provide three and a half portions of the recommended ‘5 A DAY’. Incorporating ingredients from all food groups, the dish provides nutrients important for eye, heart and digestive health.
Low sat fat
A warming one-pan dish, our jerk potato and black bean curry is quick and simple but brimming with vibrant Caribbean flavours - get cooking our recipe now!
Mexican beef lettuce tacos with potato torilla chips
Make it Mexican with these awesome beef lettuce tacos and potato tortilla chips. Flavoured with spicy chilli powder and cool sour cream, these are perfect for any fiesta!
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