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Potatoes, Yukon Gold No. 2

Number Two Yukon Gold Potatoes
Markon Essentials (ESS) Potatoes are packed in the nation's premier potato-growing regions.

Product Details

Shelf Life:
Julian pack date.
Ethylene Producing:
No
Ethylene Sensitive:
Yes
Kosher:
No

Available Offerings from Markon for Potatoes, Yukon Gold No. 2

Description Net Weight Pack GTIN UPC
Potatoes, Yukon Gold, No. 2, Size A 50 pounds or 23 kilograms 50 LB 2 06 11628 92407 0 6 11628 92407 6

Storage Tips:

Store in a cool, dark, well-ventilated area.

Handling Tips:

To avoid bruising, handle as little as possible; gently scrub to remove dirt without breaking the skin. Rinse whole fruits and vegetables in clean running water prior to using.

General Usage Ideas

  • Cook a hash of boiled and chopped MFC Idaho Potatoes, MFC Green Bell Peppers, RSS Peeled Garlic, and chorizo; use as empanada filling; bake and serve warm
  • Sauté RSS Diced Onions and MFC Mushrooms; cool and combine with shredded MFC Idaho Potatoes, beaten eggs, cream, and thyme; pour into pastry crust and bake
  • Toss thinly sliced MFC Idaho Potatoes with salt and chopped RSS Peeled Garlic; bake until crisp; serve chips with curry-lime yogurt dip

Fall / Winter Usage Ideas:

  • Roast ESS Potatoes; slice in half and decoratively pipe crème fraiche-chervil mixture on top of each
  • Chop ESS Potatoes, MFC Red Bell Peppers, and MFC Yellow Onions; toss with olive oil, Thai chili paste, fresh oregano, and salt; roast until tender and browned
  • Add ESS Potatoes to pot roast and pork shoulder braises to absorb succulent juices

Spring / Summer Usage Ideas:

  • Top RSS American Blend with thin slices of flank steak, halved cherry tomatoes, and tiny fried cubes of MFC Idaho Potatoes; serve creamy pepper-Ranch dressing on the side
  • Simmer fresh rosemary and RSS Peeled Garlic in olive oil; when garlic is tender, strain and toss flavored oil over kebabs threaded with cubed MFC Idaho Potatoes and sliced MFC Lemons and grilled
  • Cut skin-on MFC Idaho Potatoes into shoestring strips; deep fry and serve with garlicky aioli and chopped Italian parsley

Did You Know?

The term 'spud' originally meant some kind of spade or digging-fork, more particularly the three-pronged fork commonly used to raise the potato crop.