Long and oval in shape, this heritage variety is deceptively named – the flesh is yellow, with a deep blue ring. Very tasty and fluffy, they fry well and make creative sautéed potatoes, crisps and chips. It’s best to cook them with the skin on to keep the blue coloured ring.
Try out Shetland Black potatoes in our delicious creamy cider pork chops with sautéed rosemary potatoes recipe. Or you can explore our wider potato recipes which are categorised into helpful and easy to follow categories.