|Energy (KJ) 2108||25%|
|Energy (KCal) 505||25%|
|Saturated Fat 7.9g||39%|
|Total Sugars 18.2g||20%|
Cut the potatoes into halves or quarters (depending on their size), then place them all in a pan of cold water with a pinch of salt. Bring to the boil and simmer for 18-20 minutes until cooked through, then drain and leave to cool.
Peel and roughly chop the mango. Roughly chop the coriander. Place the coriander, mango, flaked almonds, raisins and 2 tablespoons of desiccated coconut with the potatoes in a large salad bowl.
In a high-speed blender, blend the cashews, lemon juice, spices, water, tamari, salt and pepper, and the rest of the coconut, until smooth.
Stir the sauce through the potatoes before serving.
1kg new potatoes
175g cashews (soaked in water for at least 4 hours then drained)
1 ripe mango
30g fresh coriander
1 lemon juiced
¼ teaspoon of cayenne pepper
8-g flaked almonds
1 ½ tablespoons of tamari
½ teaspoon of cinnamon
180ml of water
5 tablespoons of desiccated coconut
1 ½ tablespoons of curry powder
½ tablespoon of garam masala
Salt and pepper
Cast your chips aside in favour of the roast spud in this twist on the traditional Fish 'n' Chip recipe.
"As you all loved the potato salad I posted a few weeks ago I thought I should share another lovely potato recipe for summer salads and feasts. This one is bursting with flavour and it’s coronation inspired sauce is just a dream. The sauce is made of a delicious blend of spices, from curry powder to garam masala, cinnamon and cayenne, which are mixed with lemon juice, tamari and coconut. The tender potatoes are then tossed with the sauce and scattered with juicy chunks of mango, flaked almonds and raisins. I love this served with big bowls of quinoa and veggies for a beautiful summer meal with friends."
Parboil and then grill for a lighter but still damn tasty Friday night sharing dish to chill out in front of the TV with, or serve at a party. Dos cervezas por favor!
An easy way to use up any leftovers from your Sunday roast - all you need to do is add some extra veg and a bit of stock.
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