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Heritage Potatoes Shetland Black 1923 (750g)

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Potatoes were introduced to the Shetland Islands as far back as 1588, when they were believed to have been salvaged from a Spanish Armada shipwreck. The specific origins of this potato remain a mystery. Shetland Black probably dates back to Victorian times when there was a lot of potato breeding using coloured varieties. The Shetland Black was included within the National Collection in 1923. Shetland Black is now a ‘Forgotten Food’ registered with Slow Food UK.

When cut open, the flesh is a pale creamy yellow colour with a ring of purple. The Shetland Black has a sweet buttery flavour. It possesses a light, floury texture and is best cooked in its skin.

Cooking Suggestions
Saute, Bake, Roast or Steam.
SKU: POH02E
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