Klondike Rose®

Red skinned potato with a heart of gold™

Once or twice in a lifetime we are fortunate to find a new variety of potato that is truly extraordinary; so it is with Klondike Rose®. A beautiful rose-colored skin with an amazing gold-colored flesh and taste that is simply unbelievable! Combine this with a buttery texture so smooth and delicious that this is a truly remarkable potato.

Consumers have received this delicious new variety with great enthusiasm.

“I recently tried these Klondike Rose potatoes and they are FANTASTIC!” They taste great in any way you cook them!” Jack N. (Actual consumer).

“I purchased a bag of your Klondike Rose potatoes for a party. We baked some and grilled some at the party. Who would ever believe that the potatoes would be the first thing to be totally eaten at a party where there were many desserts and other dishes? My guests had not tried them before…they left the party ready to buy them too. Klondike Rose is indeed a great potato!” Larry Z. (Actual consumer)






  • Beautiful Rose Colored Skin

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

  • Buttery texture

    This potatoes creamy, delicious, buttery texture provides a unique burst of flavor.

  • Easy to prepare

    This simple, easy to prepare potato offers the ease of no peeling! Don’t worry about losing nutrition or time!

  • Golden Flesh

    This potato offers a smooth, golden flesh that adds a new dimension to potato dishes.

  • Gourmet Flavor & Appearance

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

  • Klondike Rose®

Preparation

Basic Cooking Instructions

Boiling

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.

Boiling

To mash:

Boil cubed potatoes in salted water or stock until tender. Drain. While still warm, mash with a potato masher or ricer. Don't add anything to the potatoes until you have the desired mash, as this will set the texture. Adding butter, cream/milk, and other seasonings will give your potatoes great flavor!

Preparation Secrets

Rice, don't mash

Try using a potato ricer instead of a masher or mixer to get the most consistent mashed potatoes. So easy to do!

Scrub, Don't Soak

Potatoes should be scrubbed before boiling rather than soaked.  Soaking potatoes in water can sap nutrients and flavor.

Simple grilled side dish

Grill potatoes with other vegetables, such as onions, peppers and carrots, for a great grilled side dish.  Wrap tightly in foil and grill for about 40 minutes on high.  Turn the foil packet over half way through the grilling time.

Nutritional Information

Excellent Supply of Vitamin B6

A medium potato provides 10% of the recommended daily value. Vitamin B6 is important in helping the body with metabolism and hemoglobin synthesis.

Great Source of Dietary Fiber

Potatoes are a great source of dietary fiber. A medium potato can provide you with 8% of the daily value per serving. Fiber helps you to feel full longer, and may even help with weight loss and cholesterol.