Boil whole unpeeled potatoes
Boil whole, unpeeled potatoes, for they retain more nutrients than the peeled ones.
Choose sweet potatoes over white potatoes for more potassium and beta carotene.
Potatoes: To keep them from budding, place an apple in the bag with potatoes.
Combine leftover mashed potatoes with chopped onion and shredded cheese and then bake. It will taste like twice-baked potatoes.
For potato patties or tikkis, boil potatoes and cool them well before use. This helps starch in potatoes to settle down. They will not be sticky.
An apple eaten whole has much more nutrients and fiber compared to one that is peeled and chopped.
Potatoes and bread are healthy carbohydrates that average about 100 calories and are low in fat. What you add to both eg. Cheese might increase fat.
Before grating boiled potatoes or cheese, grease the grater with a little oil or butter. The job is less messy and there is no wastage.
To avoid potatoes from turning black, keep the slices in water with a few crystals of citric acid added to it.
Potatoes will take food stains off your fingers. Just slice and rub raw potato on the stains and rinse with water.