Cooking time: 18 minutes
1 lemon juiced and zested
1tsp grain mustard
2tbsp good quality mayonnaise
10 small new potatoes
50ml olive oil
200g Bramley apples (approx. 1)
¼tsp mixed spice
A tasty alternative to the cracker, these tasty bites use sliced new potato as a base and will be appreciated by any guests hankering after a gluten free option.
Method (potato base) Method apples Cook until tender (it should have an apple sauce consistency). To serve Finish with a grating of nutmeg, or a sprig of parsley to garnish. Wine+ Nutty celeriac, creamy potato,
sweet apple and a hint of warm heat from the mustard – lots of flavours to match wine with. We went for a Riesling from Majestic Clos St-Jacques Riesling (£11.99). It’s an off-dry wine with gorgeous notes of ripe apple
and hints of honey.
Method (potato base)
Cook until tender (it should have an apple sauce consistency).
Finish with a grating of nutmeg, or a sprig of parsley to garnish.
Nutty celeriac, creamy potato,
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