|Energy (Kcal) 327|
|Saturated Fat 3.3g||17%|
|Total Sugars 3.8g||4%|
Heat oven to 220°C/200°C fan, Gas Mark 7.
Prick the potatoes with a fork, place on a plate and microwave on HIGH (900W) for 6 minutes. Turn the potatoes over and microwave on HIGH for a further 4 minutes. Transfer the potatoes to a baking sheet and brush with the oil.
Season and place in the oven on the top shelf for 20-25 minutes until the skin is crisp and the flesh is soft. Reduce the temperature to 200°C/180°C, Gas Mark 6 if the potatoes brown too quickly.
Remove the potatoes from the oven. Cool slightly, halve, scoop out most of the flesh and transfer to a large bowl. Add the cream, milk and 2tbsp chives. Mash gently, season and spoon back into the potato skins.
Return the potatoes to the oven and bake for a further 15 minutes until golden.
Garnish with the remaining chives and serve.
4 medium fluffy potatoes (approx 350g), such as Maris Piper or King Edward
1tsp olive oil
100ml sour cream
2tbsp semi-skimmed milk
3tbsp freshly chopped chives
Green salad, to serve
Healthy potato dauphinoise with turmeric
Take everyone’s favourite dish to another level with this healthy potato dauphinoise recipe. With thinly sliced potato, generous garlic and crème fraiche, this dish has the heavenly creamy texture with half the calories. Featuring a mouth-watering cauliflower and tumeric twist, you’ll never make dauphinoise the same again!
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The masala is a curry-lovers favourite! Swap the meat for this vegetarian delight, made with gorgeous potatoes and flavoursome chickpeas - delicious!
This is a lovely alternative to making a classic fish pie and such a comforting dish to eat. Feel free to swap the fish to suit your preferences or in fact you could buy fish pie mix which many supermarkets sell at the fish counter. Served with some green vegetables, this is sure to become a family favourite.
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