Deliciously Ella has done it again! A new recipe is available from the best-selling author

Loaded Mexican-Style Potato Skins

The fourth recipe created for Potatoes: More Than A Bit On The Side

Ella Mills, best-selling author and healthy-eating blogger, is supporting the Potatoes: More Than A Bit On The Side campaign and has transformed one of the nation’s favourite indulgences into a healthy, nutritious and flavoursome meal. Her Loaded Mexican-Style Potato Skins recipe takes what is usually an unhealthy treat – laden with cheese or bacon – and gives it a new spin, showing just how versatile an ingredient potatoes can be.

Ella uses baked potatoes – made golden and crunchy in the oven – as her base and tops them with garlic-infused tomatoes and black beans, before piling them high with home-made guacamole and cashew sour cream. This vegan recipe is so warming and delicious, perfect for impressing guests or enjoying as a healthy post-work meal.

As a natural, unprocessed ingredient that contains no salt, fat or gluten, potatoes fit perfectly into Ella’s plant-based diet. Ella is keen to show that eating healthy, natural foods can be accessible to anyone – and still super satisfying!

Why not give this recipe a go tonight? Or check out our other Mexican-inspired dishes like Huevos Rancheros or Mexican Chilli Potato Wedges on www.lovepotatoes.co.uk

The renowned food blogger has teamed up with us to help spread the word about potatoes, their nutritional benefits and all the versatile dishes you can cook

Ella will be sharing five specially created potato recipes over the course of 2016, encouraging us to try a range of diverse, delicious and low-fat dishes – all full of natural potato goodness, including potassium and fibre. Her first recipe, Potato Yaki Udon Noodles, is available to try now. Enjoy!

Gluten-free goodness!

Did you know potatoes are naturally gluten-free? We recognise that it's an important aspect of some people's diets, so we've selected a range of our favourite gluten-free recipes.

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This campaign was originally produced in the framework of a programme co-financed by the European Union