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Yellow Creamer Potatoes
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This item was last sold on : 07/15/18
Yellow creamer potatoes are oval and very small in shape, approximately 2 centimeters in diameter, and have a thin, smooth, light gold skin. Its flesh is pale yellow, firm, and boasts a waxy and velvety texture. This small potato’s buttery flavor is primarily due to its reduced starch content.
Yellow creamer potatoes are available year-round.
Yellow creamer potatoes, botanically classified as Solanum tuberosum, are grape-sized tubers prematurely harvested from many different varieties of yellow potatoes. Though often collected from the common Yukon Gold, Yellow creamers can also be harvested from any other yellow potato as long as they are 2-3 centimeters or less in diameter.
Yellow creamer potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C, fiber, potassium, and flavonoids such as anthoxanthin, which gives the potato its yellow color and provides some antioxidants.
Yellow creamer potatoes are typically prepared in cooked applications by roasting, boiling, mashing, or grilling. Their waxy texture makes them ideal for potato salads or placed into soups and chowders. The Yellow creamer potato’s mild flavor pairs well with bacon, olive oil, rosemary, thyme, and chives. Keep Yellow creamer potatoes in a cool, dry, dark place. Do not refrigerate.
Yellow creamer potatoes are valued for their thin skins, rich flavor, and are typically harvested from the Yukon Gold variety. The Yukon Gold was a cross between a North American white potato and a South American yellow potato, thus blending the varieties to create a favorite household potato across the world.
The yellow potato’s origin is relatively unknown but is believed to have been first recorded in South America. New yellow varieties are still being created today in regions all over the world. Yellow creamer potatoes are commonly found in Europe, South America, Canada, Asia, and are gaining popularity in the United States.
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Recipes that include Yellow Creamer Potatoes. One is easiest, three is harder.