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Potato and Pea Soup with Gremolata Oil⁠
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Cooking Time 30 minutes⁠
Serves 6 - 8⁠
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INGREDIENTS⁠
2 tbsp olive oil⁠
1kg Carisma potatoes, skin on and chopped into 4cm chunks⁠
2 large leek, top trimmed, cut in half, washed well and sliced into 2cm pieces⁠
1/2 clove crushed garlic⁠
1 litre vegetable stock⁠
1 litre water⁠
2 cups frozen peas⁠
½ cup basil leaves⁠
½ cup parsley leaves⁠
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GREMOLATA⁠
½ cup olive oil⁠
Juice and zest of half a lemon⁠
1 cup parsley leaves, roughly chopped⁠
½ clove garlic⁠
Salt and pepper to taste⁠
Extra thawed peas and toasted sourdough crumbs⁠
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INSTRUCTIONS⁠
For the soup⁠
1. Place oil in a large pot over medium heat. Add leek and saute for 5 minutes until translucent and starting to brown.⁠
2. Add potato and garlic and continue cooking, stirring regularly for another 5 minutes.⁠
3. Add the stock and water and bring to the boil, before lowering to a fast simmer for 15 minutes.⁠
4. Add the peas, parsley and basil and cook for a further five minutes.⁠
5. Remove the pot from the heat and use a stick blender to blend to a smooth consistency.⁠
6. Season to taste.⁠
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For gremolata oil⁠
1. Place all ingredients into a small jug and blend with a stick blender until well combined.⁠
2. Season to taste.⁠
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To serve⁠
Top each bowl of soup with a little gremolata oil, a few thawed peas and toasted sourdough crumbs.
    So much goodness in this dish 🙌🏼⁠
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Add these fresh ingredients to your shopping list and make Zaatar Roast Salmon with Lemon Olive Oil Mash tonight! ⁠
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Link in bio and here: https://www.todatoes.com.au/recipes/zaatar-roast-salmon-with-lemon-olive-oil-mash/⁠
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    Seems like a good time to remind everyone that spuds are super nutritious and include around 40% of your daily RDI of vitamin C 🥔😋. Stay well fam 🤗⁠
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    We've said it before and we'll say it again...⁠
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Keep the skin on your spuds! ⁠
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Keeping the skin on maximises nutrition and saves time in your preparation. Not to mention avoiding food waste. Get on it 🥔⁠
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#KeepTheSkinOnYaSpuds⁠
    Fresh potatoes are currently grown in four distinct regions across WA; Baldivis / Gingin / Dandaragan; Myalup; Marybrook/Busselton; and Manjimup/Pemberton. Each region is selected based upon soil type and weather conditions 🥔⁠
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    This week is definitely giving "turn on the oven" vibes. ⁠
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Warm up the house and your tummy with our Smokey Spiral Potato Bake recipe - its got the lot - cheese, carbs and deliciousness. ⁠
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Find the recipe here: https://www.todatoes.com.au/recipes/smokey-spiral-potato-bake/ or via link in profile 🥔⁠
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    We’re addicted to this Potato and Chorizo Jambalaya 🤤

Find the recipe on our website via www.todatoes.com.au or link in profile 🙌🏼🥔

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    FIGHT FOOD WASTE! Repurpose your left over mash into these delicious flatbreads 🙌🏼⁠
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Potato, Parsley and Cheddar Flatbread⁠
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Cooking Time 30 minutes⁠
Serves Makes 6 flatbreads⁠
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INGREDIENTS⁠
1 cup mashed potato, cooled⁠
1 cup plain flour⁠
2 tbsp parsley leaves chopped⁠
60g cheddar shredded⁠
½ tsp salt⁠
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INSTRUCTIONS⁠
1. Place flour, parsley, cheese and salt into a food processor and pulse until the cheese and parsley have broken down into the flour.⁠
2. Lay your mash potato on a floured bench.⁠
3. Add the flour mix and begin to fold the two together.⁠
4. Once the mash and flour have combined, give the dough a good knead adding flour as needed to keep the mix from becoming sticky.⁠
5. Roll your dough into a 20cm (ish) sausage and cut this into six even pieces.⁠
6. Roll these into a ball then roll each one out, dusting both the bench, rolling pin and the flatbread with flour as needed. Roll the dough to a 2mm thin, 20cm diameter circle.⁠
7. Heat a fry pan over medium heat and add your flatbread to a dry pan to toast.⁠
8. After a couple of minutes flip the flatbread and allow to cook for a further minute or so until the bread puffs slightly and has some toasty spots.⁠
9. Remove from pan and keep warm in a container with a lid, or eat warm from the pan