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Balsamic steaks with peppercorn wedges. Potato bake. 7 ways with potatoes. If you were stuck on a desert island with only one food, what would it be?

7 ways with potatoes

For me, it would have to be potatoes. On average, each person in Britain eats three potatoes every day – but they are so entrenched in the fabric of British food culture that I worry we don’t give them enough applause. So here is my own little love letter to potatoes... Crisp sandwiches As if crisps aren’t wonderful enough, it turns out they’re even better between bread. Try Emma's own salt & vinegar crisp recipe in your own crunchy sandwich. Chip butties. Crunchy new potatoes. 21 Ground-Breaking Ways to Eat Chips All Day Long. 12 Best ever roast potato recipes (and more) for Christmas - olive. Garlic and rosemary roasties Thought roast potatoes couldn’t get any better?

12 Best ever roast potato recipes (and more) for Christmas - olive

Once you learn to add butter for extra crunch, you’ll never go back. How to make the ultimate roast potatoes. Crispy on the outside, fluffy and light on the inside... the perfect roast potato is an integral part of a winning Christmas dinner.

How to make the ultimate roast potatoes

That is why we've compiled our top tips from Faecbook, Twitter and our very own Good Food experts to help you make the ultimate festive roastie... What our experts say: Tom Kerridge's top tip... ''Drain the boiled potatoes really well and leave them for a good long while afterwards to sit and cool. If you want to get ahead, why not boil them in advance then toss in a little oil and store in the fridge until you’re ready to roast them. Best spuds: Digital food editor, Caroline Hire: ''Use Maris Piper potatoes and cook them until fluffy but not quite done all the way through.'' Senior food editor, Barney Desmazery: ''I go for red skinned potatoes or King Edwards. Potato salad. Perfect Roast Potatoes. Calories Calories are just a unit of energy.

Perfect Roast Potatoes

If you eat more than you use you can gain weight, or lose it if you don't eat enough. How much you need depends on your weight, gender and how active you are, but it's around 2,000 a day. Carbs Carbs are a great source of energy and, excluding foods such as potatoes, are made from grains - like bread, pasta and cereal.

Sugar We all deserve a treat sometimes, but try to limit your sugar intake. Fat We all need to eat a small amount of fat because it protects our organs and helps us grow. Saturates. 7 Cheesy Potato Gratins for Holiday Feasting. Jamie's Perfect Roast Potatoes. 7 Roasted Potato Dishes to Try for Thanksgiving (and After) Garlic Roasted Potatoes Recipe : Ina Garten.

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Chunky oven chips. Spicy Oven-Roasted Potatoes Recipe. Boiled New Potatoes. Boiled Potatoes with Butter Recipe. Boiled Parslied Potatoes. 10 Boiled Potato Recipes - 10 Easy Variations for Tasty Meals with Potatoes. Crunchy new potatoes. Heston Blumenthal's triple cooked chips. Ina's Garlic Roasted Potatoes — Most Popular Pin of the Week. Hasselback potatoes. How to Make French Fries. Mash Potatoe. Oven-roasted Chunky Chips. Return to listing These are, believe it or not, low fat – just one dessertspoon of oil between four to six people, so not quite as wicked as it would first seem.

Oven-roasted Chunky Chips

Serves 4-6 First wash the potatoes very thoroughly, then dry in a clean tea cloth – they need to be as dry as possible; if they're ready-washed, just wipe them with kitchen paper. Leaving the peel on, slice them in half lengthways and then cut them again lengthways into chunky wedges approximately 1 inch (2.5 cm) thick. Dry them again in a cloth, then place them in a large bowl with the oil and a sprinkling of salt. Return to HomepageVisit the Delia Online Cookery School with WaitroseClick here to go to Copyright © 2009 Delia Smith/New Crane Internet Limited, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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Food - Recipes : Cottage pie with dauphinoise potato. Shake Up Your Hash Browns! Once, I spent a summer on a 50-foot sailboat with a dozen other people.

Shake Up Your Hash Browns!

We slept on hammocks beneath the stars and cooked meals out of canned chicken and instant rice in a galley that makes my small kitchen huge by comparison. Occasionally, we would trawl a fishing line behind us as we sailed, then fry up filets or roll sushi with our catch. Keeping the yacht in shipshape was a 12-person job, and we rotated chores. Naturally, I preferred cooking duties to clean-up responsibilities. Problem was, so did a fellow “mate.” The point is, while I love sharing this space with you readers and my living room with friends who come by, I don’t usually want us all to collaborate on a single bowl of salad dressing. Along came Lissa Ivy, Alex’s step-sister, who shattered my preference for potlucks over communal cookery with one invitation. Lissa Ivy added lemon zest and kale to the greens mixture, and the flavors melded better than in the original. Smashed Lemon Potatoes.

Side dishes can make a good meal great.

Smashed Lemon Potatoes

They are the supporting actors to a well-prepared piece of meat, which, if performing well, can hog the spotlight. But paying attention to what best supports the star can turn a meal from B-grade to award winning. It’s that time of year when side dishes become more than an after thought. Thanksgiving and Christmas provide a great excuse to focus on all parts of the meal. If you’ve already started thinking about your festive menus, I highly recommend including a plate of Smashed Lemon Potatoes. Shakin’ Hash Browns Recipe. Sauteed Potato Salad with Balsamic Maple Dressing -