Comber Potatoes are potatoes from Northern Ireland. They are produced east and south of Belfast and are labelled PGI (Protected Geographical Indication), which gives them official status as a regional product.
The name Comber was given in reference to a Northern Irish village in the heart of the area where these potatoes are grown.
The potato flesh is easy to work with and can be cooked in many different ways, including pan-frying, frying, deep-frying, steaming and baking. Many Northern Irish chefs use it for their dishes. A sign that does not deceive when it comes to quality!Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health. Consume in moderation.