Lemon and Coriander Jersey Royal Salad

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By Nisha Katona @nishakatona online at www.nishakatona.com

SERVES 4

PREP TIME 5 MINUTES

COOKING TIME 20 MINS

The sweet nutty Jersey Royal heralds the end of winter and the beginning of

the more delicate, tender British vegetables. These potatoes need so little

to make them the most satisfying accompaniment. This recipe forces them to

centre stage!

 

 Ingredients:

450g (1lb) of Jersey Royal potatoes

4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

juice of half a lemon

2 tablespoon of chopped spring onions

3 tablespoons of chopped coriander leaf

Coarse salt and ground pepper

 

Directions:

1) Halve the potoatos lengthways creating more surface area for the absorbtion

of the dressing.

2) Place the Jersey Royals in a saucepan, cover with water, season with salt

and bring to a boil. Cook the potatoes until tender, around 10-15 minutes;

drain.

3) Mix the olive oil with the lemon juice, salt and pepper.

4) Sprinkle the coriander and chopped onion over the warm potatoes and toss

them in with the dressing. Adjust seasoning to taste.

This dish can be served warm or cold.

 

More About Nisha Katona

Nisha Katona is a British born Indian, a full time Barrister who is at heart, a dedicated curry evangelist.  She is the author of “Curry in a Hurry”, an ITV Food chef, an Indian Cookery Teacher and demonstrator.  She has spent her life between India and England and burns with a desire to convey the shrouded formulas of curry making, from her ancestral Indians, to her beloved Brits.  She has spent many years teaching Indian Cookery to all age groups.  Her lessons trace the evolution of Indian cuisine through the culture and history of India.  She wrote “Curry in a Hurry” with the aim of imparting the secret formulas of the Indian kitchen, freeing curry cooks from slavishly following recipes. Professionally Nisha is a full time practicing Barrister in the area of child protection. In 2008 the Department of Culture, Media and Sport appointed her as trustee of National Museums Liverpool and in 2009, the Cabinet Office appointed her as an Ambassador for Diversity in Public Appointments and in this capacity has been engaged as an expert advisor by The Guardian newspaper.  A keen arts enthusiast, Nisha has devised and run an arts programme for schools across San Francisco, USA.  She is based on the Wirral where she lives with her Hungarian classical guitarist husband Zoltan Katona and their two young daughters.

 


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