Cookstown Greens

Potatoes

With a variety of flavours, colours and textures to choose from, these organic potatoes will delight your taste buds.


Amarosa

  • Red skin, red flesh
  • Fingerling specialty potato with very high culinary quality
  • Ideal for frying and baking
  • When cooked retain their rosy colour and resist fading
Amarosa Potato, Cookstown Greens, Organic Produce


Cookstown Blonde Potato 

  • Yellow skin, yellow flesh
  • Flakey texture
  • A true, all-purpose potato
Amarosa Potato, Cookstown Greens, Organic Produce

German Butterball

  • Smooth golden skin, deep yellow flesh
  • Buttery flavour, flaky texture
  • A true all-purpose potato
  • A favourite for baking, frying or steaming
German Butterball Potato, Cookstown Greens Organic Produce

Nicola

  • Pale, yellow skin,  yellow flesh
  • Long, oval-shaped
  • A favourite for its incredible flavour
  • Versatile variety
NIcola Potato, Cookstown Greens Organic Produce

Penny 

  • Smooth yellow skin, light yellow flesh
  • Small, round potatoes
  • Great for boiling
Penny Potato, Cookstown Greens Organic Produce

Pink Lady

  • Red skin, yellow flesh
  • Long to oval in shape
  • Fairly firm multi-purpose potato
  • Good for salads
Cherie Potato, Cookstown Greens Organic Produce

Purple

  • Deep purple skin, deep purple flesh
  • Sweet flavour
  • Excellent for mashing, roasting or boiling
Purple, Cookstown Greens Organic Produce

Yellow Fingerling

  • Smooth yellow skin, yellow flesh
  • Long, oval shape
  • Firm when cooked
  • Best enjoyed by boiling, roasting and steaming
Yellow Fingerling Potato, Cookstown Greens Organic Produce

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