250 grams = 2 pieces (approx)
These tiny 'taters are essentially just the baby versions of their larger brothers, but youth gives them thin, tasty skins and moist, creamy flesh (thus, the name "creamer"). We find they're particularly good when steamed (they make fantastic skin-on potato salads) or roasted.
Benefits: the red potato may may be lower in calories and carbs, but the yellow potato is a better source of iron and calcium. An 85-gram serving of a yellow potato contains 1.3 milligrams of iron and 15 milligrams of calcium, while the same serving of red contains 0.7 milligram of iron and no calcium.