Kumara & Potato Recipes
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Kumara & Potato Recipes
Give the dependable cottage pie an inspired lift with rich tomato flavours under a creamy cap of cheesy mashed potato.
Comfort food at its best topped with delicious pumpkin, which is available all year around!
This Country Chicken Cottage Pie is a one-dish wonder. Tender-poached chicken combined with chunky vegetables in creamy sauce, topped off with a creamy mash and sprinkled with cheese. A delectable family meal!
Sausages deserve better press! This easy pie topped with Potato Pom Poms will undoubtedly be well reviewed by those picky food critics – your kids.
Baked potatoes are easy and nutritious and with these tasty toppings they are sure to go down well with everyone.
Potatoes in their jackets – all dressed up for dinner with bacon and Wattie’s Cheese and Onion Potato Bake Sauce.
Dad'll remember this scrumptious feast, long after he's thrown out those ties.
Give Cottage Pie a French accent with fresh mushrooms and Wattie's Just Add Country French Mince Simmer Sauce. Voila!
Beef, mushrooms, French bread and cheese – the French know a thing or two about hearty cooking – take a page out of their cookbook!
A bowl of potato salad at a Kiwi BBQ is a must and this tasty version with a feta and oregano dressing gives the traditional salad a twist.
Why wait 'til Sunday to enjoy a roast? With this tender tempter you can enjoy a hearty favourite any day of the week.
There’s nothing quite like crispy kumara wedges served with a delicious creamy aioli dip. They’ll keep coming back for more.
Remember your grandmother slaving over a hot stove to produce The Sunday Roast? Well, the good news is that kitchen slavery has been abolished and this glazed roast lamb is quicker and better than ever!
It is a myth that Indian-inspired cooking is hard. This Korma curry is truly easy and mild enough for the whole family to enjoy.
The perfect hearty winter’s meal. Melt in the mouth lamb shanks served with Wattie's Rosemary and Garlic Potato Roasters.
Easy to prepare and tasty baked potatoes - perfect for unexpected guests drop in.
If you’re Welsh, you could feel quite patriotic eating this delicious dish. If not, you will probably be surprised that the vegetable you detested as a child is actually delicious.
This is one of those great dishes that take a bunch of everyday ingredients and put them together in a great new way. Layers of potato, vegetable and egg baked together and sliced into wedges.
Add a little European sophistication to your Xmas celebrations with couscous and sundried tomatoes.
Beans, not tortillas are Mexico’s favourite food. And you’ll see why when you try this exotic take on baked beans and toast.