Question: What potato is best for frying?

The best potatoes for frying are Yukon Gold or Russet potatoes. Ive used red potatoes as well. If you use Russets you definitely want to soak them in water before frying because they have a high starch content but they will be crispier overall.

What type of potato is appropriate for pan frying and why?

For best results, choose potatoes by how youll be using them. The russet, or Idaho, has a high starch content, making it ideal for frying or baking, while the similar long white potato, which has a medium starch content, can be boiled, baked or fried.

Are Yukon Gold potatoes good for frying?

Yukon Gold potatoes have finely flaked yellowish-white skin with light yellow flesh. Theyre bright, vegetal and slightly sweet, with a smooth, slightly waxy texture and moist flesh. Theyre best for boiling, baking and making French fries. Theyll also stand up well to grilling, pan frying and roasting.

Are Yukon Gold Potatoes healthier than white potatoes?

One medium Yukon gold potato meets one half of your daily vitamin C needs, and contains nearly twice the amount of vitamin C as a regular baking potato. Vitamin C is an important antioxidant, as it protects your cells from free-radical damage.

Can I use Russet potatoes instead of Yukon Gold?

Dont substitute Russet potatoes for Yukon Gold because they are too starchy, and they dont hold their shape as well when boiled.

What can I use in place of russet potatoes?

In many preparations you can substitute a medium-starch potato, such as a Yukon Gold.

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