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Sarlat potatoes originate from Sarlat in south-western France. Absolutely delicious, these finely sliced potatoes cooked with garlic and duck fat are the perfect accompaniment to your meats and poultry.
Sarladaise potatoes derive their name from the town of Sarlat, located in southwestern France. This traditional recipe is inspired by the rich terroir of the region, renowned for its gastronomic delights. Cool & Simple's Sarladaise potatoes are thinly sliced and then cooked with garlic and duck fat, offering an authentic and delicious culinary experience. Opting for Sarladaise potatoes means treating yourself to a taste journey at the heart of French culinary tradition.
What to serve with sarladaise potatoes
Sarladaise potatoes are ideal as a side dish for meats and poultry, adding a flavourful and indulgent touch to your meals. Serve them also at brunch for a delightful and warm experience. Their rich flavour with garlic and duck fat makes them a perfect choice to enhance the taste of your favourite dishes.
How to cook sarladaise potatoes
For stovetop cooking, heat the potatoes over medium heat for 15 to 20 minutes, stirring regularly, without prior thawing or adding fat. For an oven alternative, preheat it to 200°C/400°F, then arrange the frozen potatoes on a lined baking sheet. Cook them according to your preferences, ensuring a golden and crispy texture. This simple method preserves all the flavour of Cool & Simple's Sarladaise potatoes.
À la poêle : Sans décongélation et sans ajouter de matière grasse, réchauffer à feu moyen pendant 15 à 20 minutes en remuant régulièrement. Au four : Préchauffer le four à 180°C / 350°F. Disposer les pommes de terre surgelées sur une plaque de cuisson tapissée de papier parchemin. Cuire au centre du four pendant 15 à 20 minutes.