|Energy (KCal) 130|
|Energy (KJ) 545|
|Saturated Fat 0.5g||2%|
|Total Sugars 1.7g||1%|
Ever tried your hand at hasselback potatoes? Well, here’s a superb method which throws fresh and delicious new potatoes in with the fantastic flavours of rosemary and garlic. This is a superb and delectable dish which works well on its own and is bound to steal the spotlight at parties or as part of a meal.
Pre-heat your oven to 190°C /Gas Mark 4
Place the potatoes into a pan of boiling water and cook for about 5 minutes, drain and cool.
Now insert a skewer through the middle of the potato. Using a small knife make little cuts through the potato until you hit the skewer.
Place the potatoes into a small roasting dish, scatter over the rosemary, break the garlic up and scatter over the potatoes, season with the sea salt and milled pepper and finally drizzle over the olive oil and cook until crisp and golden. About 30 minutes.
Great served with all meats, salads or simply on their own.
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500g salad/new potatoes
4 sprigs of rosemary
1 garlic bulb
1tbsp olive oil
1tsp sea salt flakes
Fresh milled pepper
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“This is the good King Edward’s twist on the Greek filo pastry pie Spanakopita. I love a playful recipe, my pie is nestled into the potato and I serve it in a pie dish but there is no pastry in sight. Bags of spinach vary greatly in size so any that you have leftover you could serve as a side salad or wilt with some garlic to serve with the pies.”
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