Nigel Slater Warm New Potato Salad with melted Mountain Cheese and Watercress

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This week the I♥CC-members are adding a little cheese to the Nigel Slater dishes.
 
 
 
 
My watercress is doing well

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and I got some wonderful Bavarian mountain cheeses.

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It is spring and you can buy new potatoes on the weekly market. Real Fast FoodBild * offers a great idea to combine all ingedients

Warm New Potato Salad with Melted Mountain Cheese and Watercress

© Nigel Slater warm new potato salad with melted cheese and waterkress (4)

Very delicious

Nigel Slater Warm New Potato Salad with Melted Mountain Cheese and Watercress

YIELD: 2 AS A SUBSTANTIAL SNACK OR LIGHT SUPPER

INGREDIENTS:

  • 450 grams new potatoes, wiped clean
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 handfuls of watercress, washed and shaken dry
  • 200 grams mild, semi-soft cheese

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Cook the potatoes in boiling salted water until tender to the point of a knife, about 12 minutes.
  2. Toss the leaves in the olive oil and dump on two ovenproof plates.
  3. Drain the potatoes and slice each one in half. Scatter them over the salad leaves.
  4. Slice the cheese thinly over the potatoes. Set the plate under a preheated grill and cook till the cheese starts to ooze, about 1 minute.
  5. Eat immediately.

Also try rocket and Taleggio, radiccio and Roquefort.
total: 20 minutes
preparation: 5 minutes
cook: 15 minutes

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5 thoughts on “Nigel Slater Warm New Potato Salad with melted Mountain Cheese and Watercress

  1. Deb in Hawaii

    Came back to try and comment–I tried the other day. ;-) I love this–cheesy potato goodness set off by the peppery watercress. I would make a meal out of it. ;-)

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  2. Zosia

    Like Deb, I tried to comment earlier this week….
    Cheese and potatoes are always delicious together but it’s so nice to see that fresh peppery green with them, a pairing I wouldn’t have thought to use. Delicious!

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