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The potatoes have to be rather small than big. Choose potatoes that are bite-size
Wash the potatoes and put it in the pot with water. Start pouring the salt
A little bit more
And a little bit more to finish
Put at high heat
When it comes to a boil put the fire a little lower
Let them cook
Check if the potatoes are cooked after 15 minutes or so
Strain all the water. Keep the potatoes in the same pot and bring it back to the fire
Should look like this
The salt starts to appear again. Just keep moving the potatoes so they "roast" in the salt.
Don't be afraid of burning them. Golden spots start to appear
Or even darker spots. We will be ok. It's time to take them off
The potatoes should look like this
And the pot like this
You can see that they start to winkle. Eat with some mojo picon
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Mojo is a spicy sauce that commonly comes in red or green and is delish served with the potatoes in their salty skins. I like a plate of them all on their own just as they used to serve them with little cocktail sticks in lanzarote and Gran Canaria-yum! Katy S. I haven't been there for yeeeeears have you? Funnily enough this was one of my pregnancy cravings last year so I had to keep making them!
Jodie Bartholomew Oates
Fred - so amazing! I never thought I would love boiled potatoes again. I think I wimped out on the salt, though...how much do you think you use?
I also do not know what mojo picon is! But I'm sure it's tasty!
What's "mojo picon" - or am I being thick?
<3 the canary islands!
Mmmmm one of my favourite things to eat, reminds me of the Canary Islands!
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