Nadine Washed Potato
A white-skinned potato with yellow flesh. Mild flavored, tending towards being waxy. It is most suitable for boiling and salads.
Most commonly a Nadine potato, these are another popular variety in Australia. They are waxy potatoes with a whit, firm flesh and skin that holds their shape well when boiled or baked. They are most suitable for boiling, mashing, and potato salads. They are not suitable for frying.
For optimum keeping, store potatoes in a cool humid place and keep them away from light. Sunlight or fluorescent light can cause the potato skin to produce chlorophyll and turn green in color. Do not store potatoes in the fridge as the cold temperature turns the potato starch into sugar. Do not store them in plastic bags as potatoes need to breathe.