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Rooster Potatoes & Recipe for “Unfried” French Fries!

If you’re  from Colorado or Georgia (like me!) I’ve got some great news for you!  There is a new potato in town!  {I know… are you as excited as me!?  I am a potato fan from way back, LOL).  They’re called Rooster potatoes – and are not a russet or a red potato – they actually start out pink but bake golden brown.  They are the ideal versatile ingredient – you can bake, boil, mash, roast or fry them.  Which is just what I did.

And, I want to share this recipe with you because it wowed my mom.  That is a tough thing to do.  My mom is an incredible cook.  She’s who I LEARNED from, for goodness sakes.  So, when I make a meal that she likes I feel like I can put a star on my apron. ;)

Albert Bartlett {Rooster Potatoes} have been a household name in the UK for over 60 years, and this past growing season they have partnered with US farmers.

They began showing up on the shelves of the Colorado and Georgia Walmarts November 11th and will likely continue to be harvested and stocked through January – but once they are sold out – they are sold out!  So, go get a bag while you can!

For more information visit AlbertBartlett.comFacebook or twitter.

Disclosure: I was provided with potatoes in exchange for my time and efforts in creating this post. :)
My participation is voluntary. As always, my opinions are my own and this is my authentic review.

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  1. I just read the recipe for unfried French fries with Rooster potatoes and it says the trick is using non-stick aluminum foil, but it does not mention the foil at all in the directions. I was just wondering when and where you are supposed to use the foil! please explain. Thanks.

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