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Post  Zoe on 11.09.10 15:41

Hi everyone,

I got my halogen oven a couple of weeks ago when my electric cooker broke down beyond repair and I couldn't afford to replace it. I have had some success ie cooking a chicken but find some things difficult - how do I make mashed potatoes? Any ideas please?

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Post  junie on 11.09.10 16:38

Hello and welcome Zoe

welcome

Sorry about your cooker. For mash you need boiled potatoes but Wendygirl and Sue have tried boiled potatoes with disappointing results. Here is the kink to Sues post
http://halogenovenrecipes.forumotion.com/questions-and-answers-f2/potatoes-t452.htm?highlight=potatoes

If you no hob but have a microwave, I would cook the potatoes in the microwave. If you have neither, then baking your potatoes in the HO, then scooping out the flesh for mash, would be the next best thing.

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Post  Zoe on 12.09.10 15:17

Hi Junie Smile

Thanks for your reply. I don't have a microwave so I am trying your idea of baking the potatoes and scooping out the mash. I think that could be quite tasty!!

Thanks again,

Zoe Smile Smile

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Post  Admin on 12.09.10 16:34

Hi Zoe,

welcome to the forum.

Another way you could do the mash potatoes - cut them into small pieces or slice the potatoes first, then steam them.
When they are soft/ready, use a fork to mash them.
Smaller pieces of food will cook faster and since you are going to mash the potatoes anyway then it doen't matter what shapes you cut them.

These are just ideas we share with our members. You decide what works best for you Zoe

Glad you're joined us Zoe

welcome




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