Delicious buttery flavour with a smooth, creamy texture. Surprisingly versatile, but at their best with a little salt, butter and dill.
They made for a slightly orangeish gnocchi. The mash was so creamy and delightful! After the gnocchi I made this reciepe: https://holycowvegan.net/vegan-cabbage-leek-and-potato-tart/#recipe They are also nice roasted in the air fryer. I love the unique colours.
Very nice had in a potato salad. Rich and filling
Nice texture and taste - turn white when you cook them.. delicious - boiled for a salad. Love the Spud Sisters!!
I firstly say that there is not such a thing as a bad spud so four stars is the least I could give. I have tried roasting, frying , boiling and adding to a stew with these Prince of Orange. In a stew not bad and boiling okay. Roasting though for Christmas dinner was disappointing as they were 'leathery' and the flavour was diminished. In a stew they worked with beef and other vegetables and didn't break up. Will try the last few in a pea and potato curry.