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Post  carolleb on 23.03.12 21:25

Hi, Im carolleb, found the site tonight so I joined anyway I got my halogen oven today, I cooked sausages, tomatos and a jacket potato, the sausages and tomato lovely, but not the jacket potato, first of all I put it in the bottom on the rack according to a book on halogen cooking I got from the library, 45 mins later, not cooked one bit, so this time I put it on the high rack and still hard in middle, would it be better to microwave it first before putting it in the oven, Help Embarassed

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Post  bridgette_1956 on 23.03.12 22:19

hi brenda here
i dont have a HO yet but cant help reading this sight and all the tips and recipes as i shop around for one.
i personally would definately micro the potato first BUT DONT FORGET TO PRICK THE SKIN IN SEVERAL places beforehand to prevent bursting then oil lightly and place in with other food to crisp up the skin if that is what your trying to do.
refer to the baked potato recipes on this sight as everyone suggests to par boil potatoes before baking. i have read several of the recipes and find them very helpful, cant wait to purchase my HO when i find the one im looking for.
just type in potato in the search box in top left hand corner of page.
hope ive helped a little

GOOD LUCK Brenda

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Post  carolleb on 23.03.12 22:29

bridgette_1956 wrote:hi brenda here
i dont have a HO yet but cant help reading this sight and all the tips and recipes as i shop around for one.
i personally would definately micro the potato first BUT DONT FORGET TO PRICK THE SKIN IN SEVERAL places beforehand to prevent bursting then oil lightly and place in with other food to crisp up the skin if that is what your trying to do.
refer to the baked potato recipes on this sight as everyone suggests to par boil potatoes before baking. i have read several of the recipes and find them very helpful, cant wait to purchase my HO when i find the one im looking for.
just type in potato in the search box in top left hand corner of page.
hope ive helped a little
Thanks brenda, I will definately do that and I think it will work better.
GOOD LUCK Brenda

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Post  junie on 24.03.12 11:44

Welcome Carolleb

No need to microwave a baked potato first. Just use the high rack with the extender in place. The air circulates so much better that way (I never use the bottom rack apart from large items like roasts or if I need to use both racks. 200C for around 45 minutes should do the trick for an average sized baked potato. I turn them over halfway to get them evenly browned.

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Post  Admin on 24.03.12 20:53

Welcome to the forum Carolleb

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Post  carolleb on 25.03.12 14:20

Reeta wrote:Welcome to the forum Carolleb

We are happy to see you on board

welcome-birds

Thanks reeta,
I just cooked a chicken in it and is spot on, I think a lot of trial and error here but I will get there, this is a great site for help and recipes, Im glad I found it.

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