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I baked potatoes with some steak last night for my husband's early Father's Day dinner and W.O.W.! My potatoes were huge so they could have gone a teensy bit longer than an hour and a half but they were still so soft and creamy. The skin was fantastic as well! My 2 year old ate most of the skin vs. the potato! Such a great method! I used to think that 400F for an hour would cook a mean potato, but it only dried out the potato. This created such a mass of starchy goodness! I will DEFINITELY use this again!
This is a perfect way to bake potatoes, and mine came out with a wonderful creamy texture. I do flip the potatoes half way through cooking. I sometimes add grinded peppercorns to the skins in addition to salt.
This worked perfect for me. I used to bake mine at 425 but I like this temperature better -- it cooks more thoroughly. I never put olive oil on tater before but I will from now on. Thanks for this one!
This turned out really well! Mine were closer to an hour and a half, but then again, they were larger potatoes. Thanks for sharing!
Just like the recipe name, this is the perfect baked potato. Very simple and delicious. Thanks for sharing! Made for Photo Tag.
Delicious! Perfect skin too! I hate when I eat a baked potato with tough skin. These were perfect. And the salt on the skin was great. I didn't need to add any while I was eating it! I will never make a baked potato any other way!