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Red Creamer Potatoes
Inventory, 50 lbs : 2.86
This item was last sold on : 06/04/20
Red creamer potatoes are small in size and are round to oblong in shape, measuring only 2-3 centimeters in diameter. The thin skin is smooth and ruby red with a few medium-set eyes scattered across the surface. It is also high in moisture. The flesh is firm, slippery, cream-colored to white, and has small indentations. Red creamer potatoes are crisp and waxy with subtly sweet, earthy, and creamy, neutral flavors.
Red creamer potatoes are available year-round.
Red creamer potatoes, botanically classified as Solanum tuberosum, are the young, immature potato of many red potato varieties and belong to the Solanaceae, or nightshade family. Most Red creamer potatoes are the early rose cultivar, which became the most widely grown potato in the United States in the 19th century due to its prolific growth habits and resistance to disease. Red creamer potatoes are known for being an all-purpose variety that is widely used across the world in both main and side dishes.
Red creamer potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin B6, vitamin C, fiber, potassium, and iron.
Red creamer potatoes are best suited for cooked applications such as boiling, mashing, baking, and roasting. Red creamer potatoes hold their shape when cooked because of their waxy texture and are commonly used in potato salads, soups, stews, and goulash. They can also be diced and used in curries, mixed into clam chowder, baked and dressed with toppings, or roasted and smashed for a crispy and soft side dish. Red creamer potatoes pair well with parmesan, cheddar, garlic, onions, spices and herbs such as parsley, chives, thyme, rosemary, and smoked paprika, meats such as chicken, pork, and beef, and vegetables such as asparagus, broccoli, zucchini, and Brussel sprouts. They will keep for a couple of weeks when stored in a cool, dry, and dark place.
The red potato is an important economic crop for countries throughout the world because of its diversity, hunger sustainability, and accessibility to all social classes. Red potatoes are easily grown and are found in different cuisines around the world. They are valued for their filling nature as they provide more complex carbohydrates than a cup of pasta, and they are an inexpensive and substantial meal.
Red creamer potatoes are believed to be part of the early rose cultivar which was created in 1861 in Hubbardton, Vermont. Today Red creamer potatoes are grown and found at markets in Asia, South America, the United States, and have also become prominent in eastern and central Europe, which has the highest per capita production in the world.
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Yellow/Green Farmers MarketNear Hollywood, Florida, United States
1940 N 30th Rd, Hollywood, Fl 33021
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