Find loads of delicious and easy potato recipes to make delicious use of home-grown spuds - from recipes for potato soup and potato salad, to baked chips and the perfect roasties, we have it all here.
A rich and creamy potato salad with bacon to add a smoky flavour to the dish. A nice addition to any buffet table to accompany a summer BBQ.
Jacket potatoes are always welcome when your cupboard is almost bare! I have included two of my favourite fillings. You can choose one or the other, or try both!
A delicious winter soup that will warm the cockles of your heart. Leeks are simmered with potatoes and bacon in a chicken stock. Enjoy with fresh crusty bread, if desired.
This is a traditional Ligurian dish that is usually made with potatoes, green beans and baby broad beans. Here, broccoli and courgettes boost the green vegetable content. The pesto sauce used to dress the pasta and vegetables is lighter than most, but still packs a wonderful flavoursome punch.
Here's a quick version of the popular Indian samosas, baked rather than deep-fried for a healthy, light result. The crisp filo pastry parcels contain a curry-spiced vegetable filling, and they are served hot from the oven with a fresh mango and ginger salsa to make a scrumptious starter or light snack.
Mashed potato enriched with cottage cheese and Parmesan and enlivened with garlic and herbs makes a marvellous filling for the pasta parcels called ravioli. A small amount of extra virgin olive oil is added at the end, so none of its flavour is lost and the dish tastes richer than it really is.
A very special fish pie that is sure to please everyone. The recipe uses a mixture of white fish, seafood and vegetables in a quick white sauce, topped with a golden tumeric potato pastry crust.
Orange-fleshed sweet potatoes have a rich, distinctive flavour and combine beautifully with a medley of meaty mushrooms in this warming stew.
This is an old-fashioned potato cake recipe belonging to my gran. The only difference is, I added walnuts.
Making potato crisps is fun and easy. Guaranteed they won't last long! A food processor with a slicing attachment is very helpful. Experiment with the thickness, you may like them thicker or thinner. I like to use olive oil because it has less trans fats, but you can use safflower, corn or groundnut oil as well as vegetable oil.
Use new season's potatoes and asparagus to make this Italian-style omelette and serve it for a light lunch or supper with salad.
I love soups especially in the winter. I also love my pressure cooker because it saves time, fuel and nutrients. I was looking for a hearty soup that included leeks and I cast around my kitchen for ingredients. There were plenty of potatoes and leeks so that was my starting point. This is almost a meal in a dish and my family all love it. It is virtually fat freeand low in salt.
I have made this many times in the past few years and its great on a cold wintery evening and has a feel good factor!
Quite a simple but super tasty recipe really. Used to have it at my Nan's when we visited and she's passed it onto myself which I have adapted to make it even tastier.
Autumn mushrooms give this dish a hearty flavour. Substitute vegetable stock for the chicken stcok and this makes a perfect meal for that vegetarian girlfriend your son is bringing to Christmas dinner. The rest of the family will love it too.
Make your own crisps using your microwave! A tasty and easy alternative to bought crisps (not to mention alot cheaper). A mandoline or food processor makes slicing the potato into paper thin slices alot easier.
An easy, cheap, comforting soup that always makes me think of my mum's.
These crispy salmon bites are so simple to make, and taste great with a juicy, sweet roasted tomato chutney.
Mayo-free potato salad combines new potatoes with gorgonzola, walnuts and other fresh ingredients. Using Champagne vinegar is key for the dressing.
This is quite possibly the poshest jacket potato i've ever tried, and certainly the most delicious!