The humble spud offers so much in the way of soups, salads, sides and mains. Mash it, bake it, boil it, however you enjoy your potatoes, check out our recipes here.
It's the best potato and leek soup I've ever had. A modification of a recipe I first tried at my dear friend Sonja's house.
This is a traditional station cooking recipe that was often made for shearers: potatoes and cooked mince topped with mushrooms and a cheese sauce. It is very filling and nutritious.
Chickpeas, potatoes and peas cooked with aromatic spices in a coconut milk base make this better than any restaurant curry I've tasted.
A quick and easy breakfast, that is loaded with diced potatoes and scrambled eggs all packed in half a hot large pita. Such a simple way to get your breakfast.
An easy but tasty vegetarian curry. Sometimes I add canned tomatoes with the potatoes if I have them.
These scones are heart friendly. They're low in saturated fat because they're made with oil instead of butter.
You can make these gnocchi ahead and freeze them until you need them. Serve with a plain tomato sauce, pesto or any pasta sauce for a quick tasty meal.
This is a Turkish recipe that is called Musaka (spellings may vary). It's a tasty twist on meat and potatoes.
Leeks give this soup a delicious fresh flavour and also add fibre.
Baked fries are the way to go when you're cutting back on fat. These baked sweet potato sticks are so full of flavour, you'll never know the difference.