Featured Recipes

Healthy Egg and Chips

Healthy Egg and Chips

Yes you heard it right – there is such a thing as healthy egg and chips! The chips are simply oven baked potato wedges so chuck your deep fat fryer away – you don’t need it!
Ratatouille Chicken Tray Bake with Rooster Potatoes

Ratatouille Chicken Tray Bake with Rooster Potatoes

This dish is just about as easy as they come yet tastes absolutely divine. Feel free to play with the quantities to add more of your favourite veggies! Don’t worry about peeling the potatoes and carrots, just wash and slice! Lots of the goodness is just under the skin and it’s much quicker to wash rather than peel them.
Elfe Crackers

Elfe Crackers

A cracker of a recipe, perfect for sharing with the family or impressing guests.
Elfe Ridgebacks by Sally Bee

Elfe Ridgebacks by Sally Bee

This Christmas, why not get a bit more creative with your potatoes and give these Ridgebacks a go! I use Elfe potatoes because they are just waxy enough to keep their shape, just crispy enough on the outside to be delicious and just creamy enough in the middle to be totally scrumptious!
Spicy Elfe Potato Spaghetti

Spicy Elfe Potato Spaghetti

For this recipe you’ll need a ‘spiraliser’ – these are available at most high street cookware stores and are inexpensive but super useful!
Carnival Elfe Potatoes

Carnival Elfe Potatoes

Perfect for carnival time. These twisted, oven baked potatoes have a little kick that will match the party mood perfectly! For this recipe you’ll need a ‘spiraliser’ – these are available at most high street cookware stores and are inexpensive but super useful!
Oven Baked Mashed Potato

Oven Baked Mashed Potato

Creamy mashed potato from baked Rooster potatoes. Use the left over potato skins for our Potato Skins Au Gratin recipe.
Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed Peppers

Bring some colour to the table with these tasty courgette and potato stuffed peppers.
Albert Bartlett Potato Rendang & Green Beans

Albert Bartlett Potato Rendang & Green Beans

Why not spice things up a little with some Malaysian flavours; this slowly cooked special kind of curry is the perfect way to give your kitchen a mid-week twist, and it’s surprisingly easy to make.