|Sat Fat 1.8g||6%|
Saute potatoes are the ultimate quick fix with their speed and ease. This method allows you to saute your spuds to perfection with the help of some key ingredients including oil, garlic and rosemary. It also highlights the ideal potatoes for this style of dish!
Cook potatoes in a pan of boiling water for 4-5 minutes.
Drain the potatoes in a colander; they'll turn out crispier if you let them dry off.
Heat oil or butter in a non-stick pan, add your potatoes.
After a minute, add the 2 cloves of garlic to the pan. Stir and toss well as they cook.
When the potatoes are turning golden brown, add the rosemary and stir through.
When the potatoes are golden brown on all sides they're ready to enjoy!
600g small salad or smooth potatoes, cut in halfv
2 tbsp olive oil or butter
2 cloves of garlic, peeled
2 springs of rosemary, chopped
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!
A tasty weekend brunch recipe that the whole family can enjoy during a leisurely day. Ideal for using up leftover cooked potatoes. Sausages could also be added to this breakfast brunch.
Try making these fish cakes - the gooey, cheesy middle makes them to die for!
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