The Jersey Royal Company Jersey Royal New Potatoes

(12 customer reviews)

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The Jersey Royal Company Jersey Royal New Potatoes

(12 customer reviews)

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£1.25
£1.67 per 1 kg

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How to cook

Boil

Place potatoes in a pan and cover with water. Bring to the boil and simmer for approximately 15-20 minutes until tender. Once cooked, drain immediately and stand for two minutes before serving.

These instructions are guidelines only


Steam

Place in a steamer above a pan of boiling water. Steam for approximately 15-20 minutes until tender. Once cooked stand for two minutes before serving.

These instructions are guidelines only.

Place potatoes in a pan and cover with water. Bring to the boil and simmer for approximately 15-20 minutes until tender. Once cooked, drain immediately and stand for two minutes before serving.


Cooking Instructions General

Place potatoes in a pan and cover with water. Bring to the boil and simmer for approximately 15-20 minutes until tender. Once cooked, drain immediately and stand for two minutes before serving.

These instructions are guidelines only


Hob From Ambient

Place in a steamer above a pan of boiling water. Steam for approximately 15-20 minutes until tender. Once cooked stand for two minutes before serving.

These instructions are guidelines only.

Place potatoes in a pan and cover with water. Bring to the boil and simmer for approximately 15-20 minutes until tender. Once cooked, drain immediately and stand for two minutes before serving.


Steam From Ambient

Place in a steamer above a pan of boiling water. Steam for approximately 15-20 minutes until tender. Once cooked stand for two minutes before serving.

These specially selected Jersey Royal New Potatoes have been carefully grown using traditional Jersey farming methods employed since 1880. The unique Jersey soils are treated with Vraic (seaweed) and early crops are grown on the Jersey Côtils (steep slopes). Each potato is lifted and packed fresh to guarantee the unique and distinctive nutty flavour the Jersey Royal Potato is famous for.. Traditionally grown by The Jersey Royal Company. The Jersey Royal Company.

Manufacturers Address

The Jersey Royal Co Ltd, Southfork, Rue du Trot, Jersey, JE2 7JQ.

Return to

The Jersey Royal Co Ltd, Southfork, Rue du Trot, Jersey, JE2 7JQ. customerenquiries@jerseyroyal.co.uk www.jerseyroyal.co.uk

Package type

Heat Sealed

Storage information

Store in a cool dark place.

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Customer Reviews

(12 customer reviews)

Really good quality Jersey Royals.No waste and very tasty.

These potatoe are perfect full off flavour the bad review some people have left are not true!

potatoes no good,they were all green and had to throw all away,not buying again,stick to the other new potatoes

We enjoyed these potatoes and would definitely buy them again. They went perfectly with Iceland chicken pasties and green beans.

We thoroughly enjoyed these potatoes with Greggs' chicken pasties and Iceland fine green beans. These jersey royals didn't disappoint !

They are so small, they went bad before their sale by date and didn’t have much flavour to them

Nice tasting potatoes.

Not one potato in the pack was unblemished. Cutting insect holes is not my idea of a good potato.

I liked these not the exact taste of jersey royal, but good all the same.

Nothing like Jersey Royals, totally tasteless. Eat them quick as they start going grey.


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