Pesticide residue free Fruit, Salad, Herbs, Veg and Potatoes
These potatoes really caught my attention as they are pesticide free i wanted to really test them out to see if they were as good as they looked
So first off lets find out some more
Our Good Natured farmers like to use natural predators like ladybirds to control pests like greenfly which would cause the plants harm.This natural way of controlling pests and disease ensures the fruit and vegetables are the safest they can be and are as Good Natured as we are.
We grow using varieties which are hardy and naturally resistant to pests and diseases and by growing in glasshouses and tunnels, we reduce the pest and disease pressure on the plants which means our plants can get on with the important job of growing!
Only very kind and gentle people are allowed to care for our Good Natured produce as we spend longer caring and nurturing our plants but we believe the more time spent over the wellbeing of our plants the better tasting the fruit and salads. After you taste them, we think you will agree too.
What could be more splendid than potatoes that you can roast, boil, bake, sauté or mash?Our Splendid Spuds are splendidly versatile and an extremely tasty, pesticide residue free option.
Splendid Spuds are available in 2kg bags in Asda nationwide.
We're pesticide residue free. Splendid Spuds are lovingly raised in tune with mother nature, simply nothing but the potatoes! These Good Natured Splendid Spuds are great all-rounders that are suitable for boiling, mashing, wedging, roasting and baking. We carefully choose the best fields combined with varieties that have a high resistance to pests and diseases to produce crops which look and taste great. As Good Natured farmers we work in harmony with Mother Nature to grow potatoes which are pesticide residue free. We are very proud of our delicious potatoes and endeavour to deliver a top class product every time. To find out more about our lovely Good Natured products please click on our website, www.goodnaturedpotatoes.co.uk
Cooking GuidelinesCooking Instructions - General: All appliances vary, the following are guidelines only. Wash potatoes. Check food is piping hot throughout before serving.
Microwave - From Ambient: Place 500g of potatoes in a microwaveable dish with 2 x 15ml (2tbsps) of water. Cover and cook on full power. 650 watt Category B: Cook on full power 10 mins, Stand 2 mins, Total Time 12 mins 750 watt Category D: Cook on full power 9 mins, Stand 2 mins, Total Time 11 mins 850 watt Category E: Cook on full power 8 mins, Stand 2 mins, Total Time 10 mins Adjust time according to your particular oven.
Hob - From Ambient: Place the potatoes, halved if necessary, in a pan and cover with the minimum of boiling water. Cover with a lid and simmer gently for approximately 20 minutes, until just tender. Once cooked drain immediately.
StorageStore in a cool, dark place.
PackagingBag - Plastic
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- Good Natured Potatoes Splendid Spuds
- (87.5p per 1kg)
These are very versatile and delicious how ever you cook as you can see we had ours with our dinner.
On the Website they have a Recipe section including ones like
Good Natured Onion and Potato Gratin
- 50 g butter, melted
- 1 kg Good Natured Splendid Spuds, peeled
- 2 Onions, peeled and sliced
- 60 g Manchego cheese, grated
- 4-6 sprigs of thyme
- 300 ml single cream
- Preheat the oven to 190°C (375°F) Gas Mark 5. Brush an ovenproof dish with some of the melted butter.
- Slice the potatoes very thinly and place in a bowl of cold water. Drain and dry in a tea towel.
- Layer the potatoes with the onion, adding seasoning and thyme after each layer. Season and drizzle each layer with a little melted butter.
- When you have used half the potato and onion, add a layer of a third of the grated cheese.
- Finish layering with the potato on top.
- Pour over the cream, cover with foil and bake for 45 minutes.
- Remove the foil, sprinkle over the remaining grated cheese and bake for a further 30 minutes, until bubbling and golden.
Nutritional information per serving
Spuds with Parsley Pesto
- 550g Good Natured Splendid Spuds, peeled and chopped
- 15g Good Natured Fantastic Flat Leaf Parsley
- 1 clove garlic, peeled and chopped
- 15g pumpkin seeds
- 10g Parmesan, grated
- 2 ½ tbsp olive oil
- Cook the spuds in a pan of boiling water for 13-15 minutes, until tender.
- Meanwhile, place the remaining ingredients in a small blender and blend until nearly smooth.
- Drain the potatoes, then return to the pan and gently toss in the parsley pesto.
While reading this i remembered i have some pesto in the cupboard its basil one but i may try this recipe it looks lovely.I will buy these again as they are already clean and nice (farmers ones covered in mud hate that)
They also have plenty of other recipes for fruit and salad and lots more so take a look also competitions are run so do keep an eye out