With yellow skin and light yellow flesh that’s resistant to discolouration upon cooking, Rochdale Gold-Dorée potatoes are ideal for boiling and baking. Try them in our Island Potato Salad.
Bred by Dr. Richard Tarn at the Potato Research Centre in Fredericton, New Brunswick and released in 2005, Rochdale Gold-Dorée are a mid-season cultivar with medium specific gravity.
Rochdale Gold-Dorée are known for their uniform, round shape and with good virus resistance. They’re predominantly sold for use in the fresh market so you’ll likely find them at farmers markets across Atlantic Canada.
Photo Courtesy of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.