BAKED POTATOES (JACKET POTATOES)

BAKED POTATOES (JACKET POTATOES)
Roast Potatoes 3
Ingredients
6 large potatoes
1 tablespoon butter
Salt and Pepper to season
Method
Wash the potatoes well and prick them all over with a fork. Smear the butter all over the potatoes. Wrap the potatoes individually in foil and place them on the middle shelf of the oven. Bake at 250 degrees for about 15 minutes. Remove the foil and bake for 10 to 15 minutes more till the skins turn crisp. Serve with any Roast Dish

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4 Responses

  1. Mouth watering lay delicious! A real gastronomical delight. Thank you.

  2. I remember baking jacket potatoes in hot ash when I was a child and we used hard coal stoves. I used to place a potato in the hot ash and then rake the coals to drop more hot ash and embers on the potato. After about half an hour the potato used to be baked enough to be eaten.
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  3. I remember baking jacket potatoes in hot ash when I was a child. We used coke (hard coal) stoves in those days. I used to place a potato in the hot ash and then rake the coals to drop more hot ash and embers on the potato. After about half an hour the potato used to be baked enough to be eaten.

  4. Yes Arun in those early days we didn’t have electric ovens as we do now. In fact we all roasted Potatoes and also Sweet Potatoes, Indian Corn etc in the way you mentioned. Tasted awesome too!!!

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