Subject: Pressure Cooking Potatoes
From: gabadab <gabadab[at]yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 12 May 1999 11:35:23 -0500
How about some tips on pressure cooking potatoes?
How about some tips on slow cooking (crock pot) potatoes?
From: Mark P. Nelson <mpn[at]alleleb.biol.berkeley.edu>
Date: 12 May 1999 18:35:43 GMT
> How about some tips on pressure cooking potatoes?
Baked potatoes in 25 mins:
Pressure cook whole potatoes for 15 mins. Place in preheated oven at
375 for 10 mins to dry the skins.
> How about some tips on slow cooking (crock pot) potatoes?
Never tried cooking just potatoes this way. I like this though.
If you have time, brown the meat and saute the onions and
garlic. Throw stew meat, chopped onions, garlic, carrots, tomatoes,
quartered potatoes, red wine, water, Worcestershire sauce, bay leaf,
sage, salt, and pepper into crock pot. Turn on crock pot and go to
work. Come home with fresh bread and add a spoonful of molasses to the
pot. Have a drink. Eat dinner.
From: CHUSMA[at]webtv.net (GABRIEL MEDINA)
Date: Fri, 14 May 1999 19:54:48 -0500 (EST)
Mark P. Nelson wrote:
>Baked potatoes in 25 mins:
>Pressure cook whole potatoes for 15
>mins. Place in preheated oven at 375 for
>10 mins to dry the skins.
This works great! However, it only works well with medium-sized
potatoes. Large potatoes don't cook through and small potatoes get
mushy. I put beef broth in the pressure cooker and rubbed salt on the
skins. The potatoes were very a-peeling!
From: rdyoung[at]wcc.net (Bob Y.)
Date: Wed, 12 May 1999 19:57:45 GMT
>How about some tips on pressure cooking potatoes?
Don't cook them too long,
>How about some tips on slow cooking (crock pot) potatoes?
Don't cook them too short.
From: Fradybunch <fradybunch[at]ellijay.com>
Date: Wed, 12 May 1999 23:23:21 -0400
Baked Potato in the Crock Pot
Wrap as many baking potatoes as you need in foil, individually. Place them
in crock pot. Do not add water. Turn on low. Let cook all day. Great