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British Queens - Seed Potatoes

British Queens - Seed Potatoes
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British Queens are a second early potato variety. It is a superb roasting potato. Untreated seed - not certified organic. More details below.

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British Queens Seed Potatoes

Second Early Variety

  • British Queen Potatoes are a very tasty, floury, superb eating potato - fit for a Queen (and the King-and the kids...)!
  • Grown in Ireland since the 1900's.
  • Reasonable resistance to tuber blight, potato virus and and scab.
  • Short oval tuber, cream skin, cream flesh.  Shallow eyes.
  • Please see our blog for instructions on chitting and how to grow Early Potatoes .
  • Great roasting potato.
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit.

Mackerel, Queens and Salad

750g new potatoes
5 tbsp tahini or mayonaise
small bunch chives, snipped
100g  watercress or spinach
270g pack peppered mackerel fillets

How to -

  1. Cook the potatoes in plenty of boiling salted water until tender, about 15 mins. Drain and allow to cool.
  2. Make the dressing by mixing the tahini or mayonaise with the chives, reserving some for decoration.
  3. Scatter half the watercress across a big platter. Chop the rest roughly and mix with the mackerel, potatoes and dressing.
  4. Pile the mackerel-potato mix on top of the watercress, then top with the rest of the chives.
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Clean and tasty
Clean and tasty first crop Review by coll / (Posted on 29/03/2020)
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