HOW TO COOK BAKED POTATOES IN THE OVEN - RECIPE PORK SLOW COOKER
How To Cook Baked Potatoes In The Oven
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Jacques Pepin's Potato Souffle
This picture doesn't capture how beautiful this dish was when it came out of the oven. It immediately started to deflate. This is the mashed potato souffle Jacques Pepin made as a side dish to accompany Julia Child's Boeuf Bourguignon. It's very easy:
4 cups of prepared mashed potatoes
(see recipe at bottom)
3 large whole eggs (more beaten egg whites folded in if you really want more lift to the souffle)
grated cheese (use as much as you like - I didn't have gruyere on hand so I used some good cheddar)
Mix the potatoes
and eggs together, preferably in a food processor, but as I don't have one, I used my KitcheAid mixer - a hand blender will work fine too if you don't have either. Fold in most of the grated cheese, reserving a little to sprinkle over the top. Pour into a well buttered casserole or gratin dish and bake for about an hour at 350. You can play with the temp and cooking time but that's how long it took to get mine to get this beautifully golden.
is really a personal thing - I have a friend who likes to put nutmeg in hers. I almost always cook some garlic in butter when I make it but this time I didn't. I boiled 3 Idaho baking potatoes in some salted water until soft. I peeled them and whipped them up with some half and half and butter. Seasoned with salt and pepper.
This dish is actually more a potato casserole but the eggs give it a sort of puffy lift like a souffle.
Sweet Potato Scones
Sweet Potato Scones
2 1/2 Cups Self-Raising Flour
30g cold butter (chopped)
1 Cup cold mashed Sweet Potato
1/4 Cup Brown Sugar
1 egg (slightly beaten)
Step 1: Preheat oven to around 220'C
Step 2: Sift flour flour into a large bowl, add butter and using your fingertips rub in lightly.
Step 3: Make a well in the centre of the flour mixture. Add potato, sugar and egg.
Step 4: Mix to form a soft, sticky dough. (try not to over mix as scones will come out hard when cooked from to much handling)
Step 5: Turn dough on to a lightly floured work bench and knead lightly. Press or roll out to form a round shape about 2 cm's thick. Using a lightly floured glass (or scone cutter) cut into as many rounds as it makes (I got about 12)
Step 6: Place scones close together on a lightly floured baking tray, bake for around 12 minutes or until when lightly tapped scones sound hollow.
How easy are they? These are so yummy warm with a bit of butter, and just as nice cold with butter again, or even a little bit of honey (and go well with a cup of tea.
I also use this same recipe to make pumpkin scones - just exchange the potato for pumpkin and a little mixed spice (say, about 1/2 a teaspoon) wouldn't go astray either.
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