Klondike Petite® Red Skin, White Flesh

Round red skin, white flesh baby potatoes

Small, round petite potatoes are perfect for a small salad or in a warm dish like new peas and potatoes. These potatoes come in our 1.5 lb. potato bags that offer the perfect amount of potatoes to feed a small family. These potatoes are versatile and easy to use.

  • Beautiful Rose Colored Skin

    The thin, smooth rose colored skin of this potato produces a brilliant color profile in any dish.

  • Gourmet Flavor & Appearance

    This potato offers not only a beautiful appearance, but a fantastic flavor, sure to please everyone’s inner-gourmet!

  • Klondike Petite® Red-White Fleshed Potatoes

    These perfect red potatoes come in a convenient 1.5 lb. package. Great for making a quick meal!

  • Petite

    These delectable petite potatoes offer all the flavor of their larger counterparts, only in a smaller size!

  • Pure White Flesh

    This potato offers a pure, white flesh. It is a beautiful addition to any meal.


Basic Cooking Instructions


Cut cleaned potatoes in wedges. Toss them with a mixture of 1 tablespoon (15mL) of melted butter, fresh chopped herbs, salt and pepper. Place in single layer in shallow pan and roast at 425° F (220° C) for 20 to30 minutes or until desired tenderness.


In a saucepan, fill with cold water to just over the top of the potatoes. Salt water as desired. Over medium heat, bring to a boil. Boil for 15 – 20 minutes or until potatoes are tender.


Microwave on high for 4 – 5 minutes or until the potatoes are easily pierced with a fork.

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Preparation Secrets

Parboil for fast grilling

The fastest way to grill your potatoes is to parboil them first.  This is done by taking your sliced potatoes and throwing them in boiling water for about 10 minutes.  Drain and place on a medium hot grill and they will be cooked through in another 5 to 10 minutes.  When you take the potatoes out of the hot water it is best to drain them well and then coat them with whatever seasoning you choose.

Use pan drippings for flavor

When roasting potatoes, use pan drippings from a roast, bacon drippings or lard for extra flavor.

Use up those leftovers

Use leftover mashed potatoes to thicken soups and sauces, or dip in beaten egg and crumbs. Refrigerate for an hour and fry until crispy.

Nutritional Information

High in Potassium

Who knew that a potato is a good source of potassium! It provides you with 620mg or 18% of the recommended daily value.  Potatoes rank as one of the top 5 fruits and vegetables with the most potassium. They even beat out bananas!  Getting the proper amounts of potassium is important; it can help in areas such as blood pressure, nerve signals and muscle movement.

Very Low in Calories

One medium potato contains only 110 calories. It is naturally fat, sodium and cholesterol free. That is one healthy vegetable!