New potatoes

New potatoes

New potatoes or early potatoes have a very thin skin, which only needs to be thoroughly brushed under running water. In organic quality they can be eaten after cooking with peel. New potatoes should not be kept longer than 2 weeks in a dark and cool place. They taste good as a coat of potatoes and are suitable for casseroles or oven baked potatoes, among other things.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
72 kcal
16 g
2 g
0 g

Recipes with New potatoes

Alsatian Potato Casserole
Alsatian Potato Casserole is prepared with new potatoes. Cut the potatoes into thin slices. ...
Asparagus with Bearnaise sauce
Asparagus with Bearnaise sauce is served with veal escalope with baked potatoes. Since the preparation is somewhat more complex, it is best to prepare all the ingredients for asparagus with sauce Bearnaise in advance. ...
Asparagus with cheese sauce
Asparagus with cheese sauce Peel the asparagus, cut off the woody ends and place both in a tall asparagus pot. Fill up with water, add salt, sugar and 10 g butter. ...
Asparagus with ham
Asparagus with ham tastes particularly good with new potatoes. Since the skin of new potatoes is very thin, you can eat it with them. ...
Asparagus with lime hollandaise
Asparagus with lime hollandaise For asparagus with lime hollandaise, first boil new potatoes as jacket potatoes. Peel the asparagus and cut off the woody ends. ...
Asparagus with schnitzel
Asparagus with schnitzel is baked in the oven. Peel the asparagus, place in a pot and cover with water. ...
Back fish with mustard sauce
Back fish with mustard sauce is prepared in an almond crust. Pell potatoes boil. ...
Back Potatoes
Back Potatoes Preheat oven to 225° for baking potatoes. Grease a baking tray well. ...
Baked Feta Spinach Potatoes
Baked Feta Spinach Potatoes can be served as main course or side dish. Pell potatoes boil. ...

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