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Petite Potatoes

Petite Potatoes

Appearance

these small, bite-sized potatoes are oftentimes referred to as pearls or marble-size

Texture

they are the same skin and flesh color as their larger-sized cousins, as well as the shape, texture and sugar content

Flavor

similar but with a more concentrated flavor to their larger-sized cousins.

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Petite Potatoes

40+ Recipes with Petite Potatoes

Roast a combination of colors for an eye-catching side dish. Petites concentrated flavors and quicker cooking time makes them a good choice for potato salads. You can also toss petite potatoes in olive oil, rosemary, and salt and pepper to make colorful, delicious, and fun roasted potatoes. Petites save on prep time because they can be prepared and served whole without slicing or chopping.

Potato Nutritional Benefits

Did you know that potatoes provide the carbohydrate, potassium, and energy you need to perform at your best? Potatoes are more energy-packed than any other popular vegetable and have even more potassium than a banana.

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Cooking with Petite Potatoes

Petite potatoes make a great substitute for pasta, adding nutritional value as well. Roast a combination of colors for an eye-catching side dish. They save you prep time, because they can be prepared and served whole, without slicing or chopping.