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Nutritional Value of Red-Skin Potatoes

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Nutritional Value of Red-Skin Potatoes

Red potatoes provide you with essential vitamins, minerals and energy you need to fuel your busy day. They're a root vegetable that makes a healthy...


These are Potato Wedges. To me potato wedges really are the perfect side dish for barbeque or hamburgers. They are similar to french fries but the wedges are just a different cut of the potato. They are often left unpeeled too which preserves the nutritional value of potato skin. And since it is baked, rather than deep fried like french fires, the fat content is lower for this dish. Enjoy this recipe from us at Filipino Chow. Ingredients 3 large potatoes 2 tablespoons of butter or ...


Produced from the potato, potato starch and potato flour have notable differences when cooking, regarding function, taste and nutritional value. Confusing the two potato products, a common mistake by cooks, can result in a recipe gone wrong. Production The production of potato starch is a process of refining, washing, rasping (high-speed machinery used to release …

from ME Living Wellness

Mashed Beets + Sweet Potato Goodness

I have always enjoyed the taste and even the dirt smell of beets! The nutritional value of beets is out of this world, so getting creative with how to prepare these magical purple delights has been fun! This simple and delicious recipe is my new favorite to make. Recently, I paired this with roasted broccoli and a quinoa/lentil cinnamon and roasted red bell pepper dish. The recipe is Vegan, Gluten Free and full of outstanding goodness! Feel free to share your insights and suggestions…

from SF Gate

Nutritional Value of Baked Kale Chips

Kale is a leafy green species of cabbage with curly leaves and a fresh flavor. When baked, kale becomes a crispy snack comparable to potato chips. The nutritional value of baked kale, however, is far ...


It’s a surprise for many to discover one medium potato (5.3 oz) with the skin contains: 45 percent of the daily value for vitamin C More potassium (620 mg) than even bananas, spinach, or broccoli; 10 percent of the daily value of B6; Trace amounts of thiamine, riboflavin, folate, magnesium, phosphorous, iron, and zinc… and all this for just 110 calories and no fat, sodium or cholesterol.

from Eating richly even when you're broke

Beet Roesti: A Beet Recipe for Someone Who Hates Beets

Beet Roesti: A Beet Recipe for Someone Who Hates Beets | Eating richly even when you're broke


How to Make Baked Potatoes in a Roaster

Roasted potatoes in an electric roaster oven