Good ol' mashed potatoes
Soft, warm, and fluffy - mashed potatoes leave you feeling all fuzzy fuzzy. Boil them and mash them up with roasted garlic, ginger, orange juice, salt, and pepper. Serve them with meat or fish and voila! You have a wholesome meal abound with nutrition.
Crisped to perfection from outside and starchy goodness within, potato fingers are just too hard to resist. Dice them with their skins on. Brush a little olive oil and bake them in the oven. Toss them up with sour cream and fresh herbs and dig in!
Dice sweet potatoes and stir fry them in olive oil till they are golden brown. As they are cooking, add cumin, paprika, and ginger juliennes. Season with salt and stir till they are cooked through. If you're not too conscious, throw in some of that tempting cheese!
Healthy potato salads
Use a variety of fresh potatoes to make a healthy salad. No need for fatty salad dressings. Just a dash of vinegar and some dijon mustard makes it an appetizing, ready-to-eat meal.
One of the best ways to sneak in some veggies for your kids is to make cutlets. Boil potatoes and toss in some carrots, peas, coriander, and bell pepper. Season with salt. Make small cutlets and saute them gently in olive oil till they are ready.
Scoop out some of the flesh and stuff the potato with flavored curd. Bake for a few minutes till they are golden brown. Serve them with wedges of lemon and watch them disappear!
Potato oven Fries
Say bye-bye to the regular, deep fried chips and embrace oven fries. Cut thick wedges of potatoes, toss them with olive oil, salt, pepper, and herbs. Bake them in a hot oven for a few minutes. Keep turning them every now and then so that they cook well.
Sumptuous and healthy, these delicious spuds can be a part of your diet plan. Indulge guilt-free in these recipes and enjoy the benefits of Vitamin C, Potassium, and fiber.