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10 wonderful ways with new potatoes

10 wonderful ways with new potatoes

I love potatoes, not only do they taste good, but they're a great source of energy too. Need some fresh ideas for cooking potatoes? Check them out here.

I love potatoes. There’s something so comforting about them and they’re so filling too. New potatoes are especially good. Little firm orbs of deliciousness just crying out to be eaten.

Not only do they taste good, they’re a great source of energy too. The NHS recommend that a third of our diets should contain complex carbohydrates such as potatoes, bread, cereals, rice and pasta.

Unlike these other carbohydrates, potatoes are a great source of Vitamin C, especially if you leave their skins on.

Love new potatoes, but need some fresh ideas?

Scroll down for 10 fabulous recipes.


10 wonderful ways with new potatoes


Creamy Potato Salad (Dairy Free)

Creamy potato salad

This is a lighter version of a traditional potato salad with lots of fresh dill and a dressing that’s suitable for vegans. It’s less calorific too.

Get the recipe here: Tinned Tomatoes


Moroccan Style Potato Bake

Moroccan Style potato bake

This is one of my all-time favourite potato dishes. It’s started on the cooker top, then popped in the oven to finish cooking. New potatoes, red peppers, tomatoes and lots of lovely spices. You must put this dish on your to-do list and cook it soon!

Get recipe here: Tinned Tomatoes


Linguine alla Genovese
Image source:  A Mummy Too

Never had this pasta dish before? Then you’ve really missed out. New potatoes and green beans in a creamy sauce nestled into a mound of linguine. Yum!

Get the recipe: A Mummy Too


Tandoori Lentil Potato and Aubergine Hash

Tandoori Lentil potato and aubergine hash

Looking for something a bit special for dinner? You’ve found it! Top with a dollop of yoghurt and for a double carb delight, serve with rice.

Get the recipe here: Food to Glow


Spicy Potato and Pea Hash Browns

Spicy potato and pea hash

Need something different to serve as a side? This is it. Or why not go for the simple approach and serve these hash browns with a poached egg perched on top. Absolutely delicious.

Get the recipe here: Franglais Kitchen


Halloumi, Puy Lentil and Beet Salad with New Potatoes

Halloumi, puy lentil and beet salad

This salad has four of my all-time favourite ingredients in it. I could happily eat this several times a week and I don’t think there’d be any complaints from the rest of the family either.

Get the recipe here: The Crafty Larder


Smoky Paprika Sauerkraut Fried Potatoes

Smoky paprika sauerkraut potato

Did I mention comfort food? Oh yes, this is it! My mouth is actually watering.

Get the recipe here: The Messy Vegetarian


Roasted New Potato, Asparagus and Chickpea Salad

Roasted new potato, asparagus and chickpea salad

If you like new potatoes, you should try them roasted, they taste even better and they’re the star of the show in this salad.

Get the recipe here: Coconut and Berries


Quick Rosemary and Olive Potatoes

Quick rosemary and olive potatoes

Potatoes and olives work really well together in this quick and simple side dish and they’re perked up with the addition of fresh rosemary. Why not add them as a side to your Sunday dinner this week?

Get the recipe here: Food to Glow


Veggie Sausage Stew with New Potatoes

Veggie sausage stew

We finish with a hearty dish that will stick to your ribs and leave a smile on your face. Head over to Dom’s blog for the recipe to this and a meatier version. Be sure to serve with crusty bread.

Get the recipe here: Belleau Kitchen

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Jacqueline Meldrum is a freelance food writer and recipe developer. Jacqueline blogs at Tinned Tomatoes.

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