Showing posts with label Bacon. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bacon. Show all posts

Potato and Spinach Rosti with Pea Mash and Maple Bacon

Potatoes are extremely versatile whether you want to boil, mash steam or bake potatoes are really quite amazing. They're cheap to buy, they fill you up and the humble potato can transform even a basic simple meal into a feast. I particularly like the lovely deep red skins of  Albert Bartlett Rooster potatoes; they really stand out from the rest of other potato varieties.

Oh and they make proper crispy, crunchy golden roast potatoes and because they crisp up nicely and are perfect for making rösti.

Potato and Spinach Rosti with Pea Mash and Maple Bacon

Of course Albert Bartlett produces other kinds of potatoes. Look out for the new seasons crop now which are available now in supermarkets; they will be highlighted with stickers.

Here are just a few varieties - click on the link to see the full Albert Bartlett potato range.
Rooster is the classic, main crop potato. Red skin and great for mashing, roasting, baking, gratin etc.

Elfe is a more modern potato flavour, with a slight buttery-ness about the flesh. Yellow skin and great for mashing and baking.

Apache is a distinctive looking baby potato with red and white patched skin and is great for roasting whole, skin-on.
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Smart Bacon Express - Review

Bacon!  We LOVE bacon in this house, as long as it's smoked and crispy any bacon is good. For the life of me I can't understand anyone not liking bacon done all nice and crispy.  Anyway, let me introduce you to the Smart Bacon Express - a little machine that cooks bacon to perfection.  Not only that but it's a healthier way to cook bacon too.

 
Before I go on though, let me show you the lovely crispy bacon this produced - Check this out!


Nice ah?  Of course if you really don't like your bacon done so much you simply turn the dial down.

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Bubble and Squeak with Bacon and Fried Egg

Bubble and squeak is a traditional English dish made with leftover vegetables from the Sunday Roast.  The main ingredients are potato and cabbage, but you can add whatever you fancy - or have leftover!


So, be making extra potato and veg when you're doing the Sunday roast this week and you have Monday's dinner sorted!
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