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I grew up in Idaho. Both my parents grew up in Idaho. Potatoes were a standard of our diet all my growing up years, I know dozens of ...
Supplies: Russet Potatoes Water Pot with lid Paring knife Stove
Wash your potatoes. With your paring knife cut a line around the center of the potato. You just need to cut through the skin. Do this to all ...
Cover the potatoes with water and put the lid on the pot, bring it to a boil.
Turn down the heat and boil the potatoes for 30 minutes or until you stick a fork in a potato and it goes in easily, the potatoes are ...
Remove the pan from the stove (remember to turn off the heat) and pour off the hot water (pour away from you so that you don’t steam yourself),
run cold water over the potatoes. Pick a potato up in your hand and using your nails and fingers, peel off the cooked skin of the potato, like ...
It is easier and not nearly as time consuming as peeling the potatoes before your boil them. I put the potatoes in a bowl and cover them, then ...
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