Purple Potatoes

To many of us, Purple Potatoes strike us as an oddity, but to the people of South America it is a dietary mainstay. To best accounts, the Purple Potato originated in the Andean Mountains of Peru and made its way to Ireland. Generations ago, the Purple Potato was brought to America by an Irish family who began growing the Purple Seed for today's culinary world.

The Purple Potato has a bright purple flesh that enhances visual stimulation when substituted in any favorite potato dish. The flavor and texture of Purple Potatoes is very similar to that of other varieties, however they do offer a distinguishable taste for the educated potato connoisseur. Best if baked or boiled, Purple Potatoes can make any ordinary recipe exciting.