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Potts' cooking sauces, gravies, stocks, pour-over sauces and dessert sauces – and now our new roasting kits – are perfect for people who crave products with a distinctively homemade taste and authentic ingredients.
We lovingly develop our products ourselves, and sell them through farm shops, delis and other lovely places up and down the country. Our range – and our range of stockists – is continually growing. Browse, taste and enjoy!
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Hola Sunshine!

Hola Sunshine!

Since the weather has been relatively nice recently we decided to take advantage of it while it lasts by eating lunch outside. Owen, a great enthusiast of Spanish cuisine, created a selection of Spanish tapas including Patatas Bravas with Aliloi. This dish has been a favourite amongst our family ever since our discovery of the tapas bar La Esquinica in Bacelona while on a family holiday. This restaurant opened in 1972 and is renowned for its Patatas Bravas which is considered one of the best in Barcelona.

In order to emulate this delicious dish, Owen cut the potatoes (preferably Maris Piper, Desiree or King Edwards potatoes) into small cubes, added oil, salt and pepper and cooked in the oven at 200C for 40-50 minutes, until the potatoes were crisp and golden. Once cooked, the potatoes were covered in Potts’ Pimenton Spiced Tomato Bravas Sauce and Potts’ Aliloli Sauce for an easy and authentic Catalonian taste.

Although Patatas Bravas originated in Madrid, Barcelona is home to multiple tapas bars which serve this dish. If you are lucky enough to holiday to Barcelona, we recommend the following bars to taste this delicious dish, El 58, Pan and oil, and Elsa y Fred.

Happy eating!

August 14, 2017 by Michelle Potts
Nice Moules Marinière

Nice Moules Marinière

Our eldest Saskia has just completed her A levels and has headed off on an inter-railing adventure with her friends. Excited as we are for her, she has left a noticeable gap especially at the dinner table. 
On her first night away, talk quickly gravitated to what she might be up to and being a family who's holidays are always shaped by the local foods and meals we discover, we soon found ourselves pondering what food Saskia was likely to be having.

 

With her first stop being Nice, we had a quick google to discover on what “the must have foods” were to have in Nice and we knew with certainty what dish was most likely to attract Saskia's attention. Like many places in France Moules Marinière was on the list and is one of Saskia's favourite dishes.  Who could resist this tasty combination of mussels cooked with sautéed onions, cream and a good splash of wine, served with an abundance of thin chips?  It is simply delicious if not a little messy and the perfect meal to be enjoying in a beach front restaurant with a cool glass of local Rose.

 

We were so taken with the image that we decided to cook up some Moules Marinière to enjoy al fresco in the Marlborough evening sun. It was only whilst we were happily working our way through a mountain of mussels that Freya pointed out that as Saskia was on a tight budget, though this would be definitely her choice if her loving parents were picking up the bill it was more likely that she was opting for more economical street food.

 

If you fancy wiping up a quick Moules Marinière all you need is a pouch of Potts’ Sauce for Moules Marinière, a net of two of mussels and some thin chips.

 

August 14, 2017 by Michelle Potts
Stories from the Pottses' Dinner Table

Stories from the Pottses' Dinner Table

If you are a family, a couple or single finding the time to catch up with family and friends makes such a difference to your day. This is one of the reasons dinner times are so important in our house. There is nothing better than sitting down to a meal with your friends and loved ones and just sharing the stories from your day. Potts' Recipes for happiness are as much about the creating tasty, stress-less meals as they are about taking the time to enjoying them with people you love. like or even just find mildly interesting. This is why we have decided to share a few tales and thoughts our family and friends have had around our dinner table and we would love to hear yours.
July 13, 2017 by Michelle Potts