How to Bake a Potato In the Oven. This is one of those things you hardly need recipes for - the kind of recipe that is easy to memorize for a quick (vegetarian) weeknight dinner side dish! Follow these step-by-step instructions for EASY and SIMPLE perfect baked potatoes every time.
"How To Bake a Potato in the Oven" ~ Confession: I've always wondered if there was a "correct" or better way to bake a potato/sweet potato in the oven than I was already doing. ~ How many times should it be poked? ~ Different ways to season the skin? ~ This is a great find for me & after reading a few other posts on the net I've learned that adding Olive Oil & some salt (Kosher/Sea Salt/Regular Salt) to the skin helps add some flavor! ~
TGI Friday’s Baked Potato Skins Yield: 5 servings. Yield: 5 servings 10 baked potato skins halves (empty of potato meat) 1 tablespoon melted butter seasoned salt 1 diced green onion 1/2 cup bacon, diced and fried crisp (about 5 strips) 3/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese Heat oven to 375 degrees. Brush potato shells with melted butter and sprinkle salt to taste. Bake for 15ñ20 minutes until crisp but not dry and hard. Remove and sprinkle with cheese, bacon and onion; place back in oven…
How to Bake a Sweet Potato. 400-425° oven. Scrub potatoes in cold water, pat dry. Take fork and CAREFULLY poke holes all over potatoes. Place on baking sheet lined with foil, rub olive oil on potatoes and sprinkle with sea salt. Bake for 40-60 min. Cut open & top with cinnamon, pumpkin pie spice, ground cloves, honey, light salted butter,brown sugar, then top with marshmallows and toast in oven till lightly browned and gooey. nom nom
Seasoned, oven-baked potato chips and classic reuben toppings! These Reuben-Topped Irish Nachos feature all the ever-popular flavors of a reuben sandwich, in an easy "nacho" recipe! Easy to make, seriously delicious! A perfect St. Patrick's Day recipe, and also a great game day snack recipe ... or for snacks and appetizers ANY day! Bonus: this Irish Nacho recipe is so much healthier, too! You'll be surprised! | www.TwoHealthyKitchens.com