Potato Flakes. Oh! Where do we start with this product? In the average world of cooking they are a life saver when fresh potatoes aren’t available. Made up with boiled water and a touch of seasoning (Tony’s Kitchens favourite is ground white pepper) then well mixed together it hard to tell the difference between dehydrated potato and fresh potato.
Another example of how versatile the product is try dipping chicken breasts or tenders, fish fillets, or lightly pounded pork chops into an egg wash, dredge them in a mixture of potato flakes, Parmesan cheese, and the seasonings of your choice and bake until golden. The flakes create a light and crispy coating that keeps the meat moist, and they’re a great gluten-free alternative to breadcrumbs or crushed crackers. Think of it as coating your meat in hash browns.
They are perfect as a thickening agent for stews and gravies. Now in the world of slimming there may be a wee bit of controversy with potato flakes. I agree that if you overuse them you are eating a lot of carbs. But using in moderation as you would fresh potato they a perfect as part of any healthy food plan.
Suitable for Vegetarians
Ingredients: Allergens in Capitals
Packed on suppliers premises that handles NUTS, PEANUTS, CEREALS, and products containing GLUTEN
NB: Product prices are introductory offers and will be subject to change