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Nicola Potato

A 'waxy' potato variety, with yellow flesh. We see most of them in Britain imported from Cyrus and Egypt (as new potatoes). They are excellent boiled or steamed - although not having quite the flavour of early Jersey Royal's. They are one of the best potatoes for gratins (such as Dauphinoise) and are good used for salads.

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