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Tater Talk March 2017

March 2017

Finger-Licking-Good Fries

At the Idaho Potato Commission, we know a thing or two about finger-licking-good fries. In the spirit of National Nutrition Month, we've pulled together a collection of recipes for fries and chips that don’t involve frying and keep the spud in its natural healthy state. From these zesty Chili Roasted Potatoes with Avocado Crema to loaded Crispy Greek-style Idaho® Potato Fries with Greek Salad and Tzatziki Sauce, we've got so many delicious recipes, you won’t know which to try first!  Find these and other recipes on  the IPC website...>

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Famous Idaho® Potato Truck is Back! 

Your favorite Big Idaho® Potato Truck is back and better than ever!  After a little R&R this winter, the Truck, and popular Tater Team are ready to get back on the road. In just six months, the Truck will log 23,000 miles, stop in more than 60 cities both large and small. For real-time updates on the Truck’s location and where it’s headed next, visit the Truck's official page ..>

National Nutrition Month

Did you know…Idaho® potatoes are full of essential vitamins and nutrients! For starters, one 5.3-ounce spud has more potassium than a banana, provides 45% of the Daily Value for Vitamin C and 8% of the Daily Value for fiber.  Additionally, spuds are naturally fat-, sodium-, cholesterol- and gluten-free. From your head to your toes, Idaho® potatoes have got you covered! For nutritional information and heart-healthy recipes check out the IPC website…>

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ROASTED IDAHO® POTATO HUMMUS BOWL

Blogger Lisa Lin from Healthy Nibbles and Bits showcases this simple roasted potato hummus bowl. A tasty, healthy meal ready in less than 45 minutes! Watch the fascinating video in its entirety on the IPC’s YouTube channel…>
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Ask Dr. Potato: How Far In Advance Should I Slice Potatoes Before They'll Begin to Darken?

A: The trick to preventing freshly sliced potatoes from darkening is to slice and drop them into a bowl of acidic water. My “go to” choices are adding a little white wine vinegar or concentrated lemon juice to the water. If they begin to darken before you’re able to add them to the solution, don’t worry. You can return them to their natural color by soaking them for at least 5-10 minutes. Make sure you drain and rinse them before using. Find more potato tips and tricks on the IPC website…>

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