Any good tater recipes?...and ive got one of my own

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  1. Kanos

    Kanos Why yes.

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    Take however many patotoes as you want, coat them in some kind of oil,(peanut is the best) then put your oven at 415' and let them sit for an hour. Then take them out and let everybody season and top to taste. I usually drowned mine in butter then ad a big heap of TaterTopper(stuff in grean container in the dairy products at cub) and lots of salt and pepper. Its the best tater recipe ive ever had, and its the simplist too!! The oil gives them a crispe skin thats really tasty!!


    Does anyone else have good tater recipes?
     
  2. lethal tupperwa

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    after coating with oil sprinkle with Kosher Salt. Then bake.
     

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    "B" size red potatoes coated lightly with oil and then roll in Montreal Steak Seasoning. Roast at 425 until tender.
     
  4. Mild Bill

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    2005 and the concept of a 'Baked Potato' finally made it to Minnesota!

    ;c
    :)
     
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    it has been there for years they just carried them in their pockets for hand warmers.
     
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    Mild Bill Millennium Member

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    ;z
     
  7. Kanos

    Kanos Why yes.

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    HEY IT GOT UP TO 11 TODAY!!!...;) Why dont u go fry and egg on a rock and drive your golf cart back to your old people home!!;)



    Anyways i just put that up there cause i knew someone would suggest it right away, and i wanted something different.;c
     
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    One of the gourmet magazines suggested cutting yukon golds lengthwise into six wedges, coat with oil and bake as you advised in the first post, turning them once about 2/3rds way thru the bake time.

    They are fantastic. Salt and pepper to taste.
     
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    AndABeer Proud pappy

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    In a large bowl combine:
    1/4 cup light olive oil
    5-10 cloves of garlic grated by a fine microplane
    several grinds of pepper
    1 t salt

    slice 2 pounds of yukon gold taters, about 1/8" thick

    toss to coat in the bowl of garlic oil

    spread evenly on a large baking pan cover with foil and bake for 15 minutes @ 400

    remove foil and bake for 45 more minutes