More comforting food from Diana Henry. I think it would be good served with a green salad of rocket and/ or watercress.
A simple Italian supper from Thomasina Miers. Serve accompanied with an olive, orange and chicory salad.
An easy and irresistable potato side from ” Cook” by Thomasina Miers. To turn into a simple supper dish after cooking top with Taleggio, mature cheddar or brie and pop back in the oven for 5 minutes, then serve with a light green salad.
A recipe from ” Stir Crazy” by Ching-He Huang. If you are Vegan then leave out the egg- it will still be very good.
A herbed packed potato salad from ” Ripe Figs” by Yasmin Khan.It goes well with grilled meats or fish.
I’m always looking for new ways to eat baked potatoes and love this recipe from Eleanor Steafel.
Loaded chips to enjoy when you are in newed of comfort. Instead of tuna you could load these with Salsa Roja and Pickled Onions or with Mexican Sauce and Spring Onion Salsa. You need a flat baking tray and you want to spread the potatoes out as much as possible to crisp and colour evenly. The recipe is fro ” Mezcla” by Ixta Belfrage.
A very good potato salad from ” Notes from a Small Kitchen Island” by Debora Robertson. If you like it can be made the day before, but only add the onion and the herbs and stir them in about an hour before serving.
Another very good recipe from ” River Cafe 30″ by Rose Rogers and Ruth Gray.
A very good version of this Spanish classic from ” Moorish” by Ben Tish. There have been many times in Spain recently where I have been served these with a mixture of mayo and tomato ketchup and been somewhat disappointed . And the chips are very good on their own too.
An easy salad from Claire Thomson.
A moreish snack from ” Cook as You Are” by Ruby Tandoh.
Crispy spiced potatoes from Asma Khan.
A new potato salad from Gill Meller.
A Lucknowi dish of crispy potatoes in minty gravy from ” thali” by Maunika Gowardhan. You can use regular potatoes if you prefer.