Tasteful Selections Purple Passion potatoes are smaller size potatoes for a quick cooking time. But really makes them stand out is not their size but their color. To really mix things up for Thanksgiving, try serving your traditional mashed potato recipe as well as making a separate bowl of purple mashed potatoes!
Purple Passion potatoes is the latest craze in gourmet cooking. I had to try the Tasteful Selections purple passion potatoes for making potato salad. Not only did they create the most beautiful potato salad I’ve ever seen as a lover of all things purple, but they tasted great!
What do purple potatoes taste like? They are slightly sweet and hold firm for potato salad unlike some potatoes that fall apart. Of course, you don’t want to overcook them, which is easy to do since they cook so quickly. They are a bit nutty, and your family might even think you’ve gone a bit nutty when you make purple potato salad and purple mashed potatoes. But why not?
Here are a few things I learned about Tasteful Selections Purple Passion potatoes during my review:
No. 1: Tasteful Selections Purple Passion Potatoes are a product of the United States. They are distributed by Tasteful Selections in Bakersfield, California.
No. 2: Tasteful Selections Purple Passion Potatoes nutritional facts: These purple potatoes have 100 calories in a serving which is 8 potatoes (the size of new potatoes). They have no fat, no cholesterol, 3 grams of fiber, 3 grams of protein, 21 grams of carbs, 6 grams of sugar. They contain no sodium.
No. 3: Tasteful Selections Purple Passion Potatoes vitamins: The vitamins in purple potatoes include 15 percent vitamin C.
No. 4: Tasteful Selections Purple Passion Potatoes cooking instructions: I suggest boiling the purple potatoes for 10 to 15 minutes, checking to see if they are ready by poking with a fork. If the fork goes in easily they are ready. Cooking time varies according to the size of the particular potatoes. Let cool before using in potato salad.
No. 5: Tasteful Selections Purple Passion Potatoes recipes: The best recipes for using purple potatoes include mashed potatoes, potato salad or dicing them up for a purple breakfast potato hash in the morning. For potato salad, try chopping pickles, a little onion, celery, hard-boiled eggs and the potatoes. For the dressing, mix mayonnaise, a bit of mustard, salt, pepper, parsley and a little Marzetti cole slaw dressing if you like a sweeter taste.
If you want to have an interested side dish to go along with your traditional Thanksgiving mashed potato recipe, try going purple! Your Thanksgiving, Christmas or holiday menu will be just that much more exotic with purple potatoes. Purple potatoes also pair nicely with roast pork and roast lamb. Roast them using olive oil, salt, pepper and rosemary.
For taste and nutrition, I give the purple potatoes, Tasteful Selections Purple Passion Potatoes, five out of five stars.
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