Yellow Potatoes (10 lbs.)
About this item
- Yellow skin/yellow flesh potato
- Great when mashed, baked, or grilled
- Tastes rich buttery flavor with a creamy texture
If there's a food you can put in any dish, it's the buttery yellow potato. Mash them into mashed potatoes, boil them as part of a crab/shrimp boil or grill them. There's no limit to the dishes you can conjure up with these potatoes.
What are Some Fun Recipes Using Yellow Potatoes?
Yellow potatoes are sensational prepared a number of ways. Their versatility is what makes a 10-pound bag like this a true value. Here are some of our favorite ways to devour yellow potatoes:
- Mexican jacket potatoes: Rub clean spud skins with a bit of oil. Sprinkle with salt and poke a few holes in each potato with a fork. Bake until the skin is crispy and loose. Butterfly each potato once slightly cooled and top with your choice of shredded cheese, black beans, salsa and guacamole.
- Make a classic mash with a spin. Boil three or four golden potatoes as you would to make mashed potatoes. Do the same with a large celery root that has been washed, peeled and trimmed. Mash these vegetables together when both are cooked tender, mix with sour cream, butter and chives for a reduced-carb take on mashed potatoes.
- Boil potatoes until soft, slice and layer in a casserole pan with lots of shredded cheese to make potatoes au gratin. Top with breadcrumbs before baking for added texture.
What's In A Potato?
Potatoes have been a classic dinner staple for many years and there's a good reason for that.Yellow potatoes are tasty and versatile offering a lightly sweet taste, creamy texture, and rich buttery finish when baked. It's also full of minerals and vitamins. A common misconception is that potatoes are unhealthy, but these vegetables can actually help to improve digestion, boost heart health, reduce cholesterol levels, strengthen the immune system and manage diabetes.
How Can I Store My Potatoes?
- Store your potatoes in a cool, well-ventilated place. Avoid areas that reach high temperatures or receive too much sunlight such as beneath the sink, countertops, or beside large appliances.
- If refrigerated, let the potato warm gradually to room temperature before cooking to avoid discoloration. When stored in temperatures lower than 50°F, potato's starch converts to sugar which can result in discoloration.
- Preforated plastic bags and paper bags tend to offer the best environment for extending a potatoes shelf life.
- No need to wash potatoes before storing because dampness can promote early spoilage.