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Making Sharon's Perfect Baked Potato
Sharon's Baked Potato Recipe
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This entire piece is on my wife’s expertise on her ability to make baked potatoes. Damn! She’s good at this. I work with sauces and fried things. My wife does an awesome baked potato.
Those who have read my articles should know that this is my wife's special gift to me.
And it’s easy, but for some reason I have a death touch to doing this. When she makes it, it’s nice and crisp, salty, and thoroughly done in and out.
Really! Use this recipe and it will work for you. Trust me.
- 1 Potato, Idaho (baking)
- Enough to coat a potato of Olive Oil, EVOO
- To preference Sea Salt
- Pre-heat oven to 450.
- With a fork, stab through the potato many times all around it as many times as you can. Coat your hands with olive oil and rub the potato thoroughly. Rub or add sea salt to the skin (you can either sprinkle it or roll the potato in it.
- Bake in an oven on the rack at 450 for one hour. Check by cutting into the potato, if the knife goes in easily, it’s done.