This isn’t really a recipe. I mean the recipe is throw the corn on the cob in the oven. Whole. Bake at 350 for about half an hour to 40 minutes. It’s going to look like this…and yes you leave the silk on. That’s what makes this easy. After you
I love those pictures of the individual potatoes that are cooked this way but I’m *way* too lazy to slice a potato like that and stick a piece of butter or cheese in the middle of each slice. Too painful.
This is a nice fresh alternative to traditional potato salad and of course with bacon it’s irresistible. Start by boiling and cooling about 6 red potatoes. These were larger sized. Cut into bite-sized pieces. Fry and crumble 5 pieces of bacon. We prefer it pretty crisp for this recipe. Chop
This is a great side dish. I have made this recipe multiple times and have found that a quick parboil in the microwave really helps to get it cooked correctly. The other times I just baked it, the outside was overdone and the inside was still raw. That was not
These are so wonderful with the salt on the outside and so crispy. We just eat the whole thing skins and all. Rub the outside of clean dried potatoes with oil (olive or canola) then rub salt on the outside. This works best with larger salt crystals like Himalayan salt