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Baked potatoes in crockpot

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vicki - IL
(vnordin76@aol.com) on
Tue, May 15, 01 at 14:02

I know that this has been on here before so I'm sorry for repeating, but need to find out how to bake potatoes in the crockpot. Can't remember - do I use foil, any liquid, and how long should I leave them in there?
Thanks!


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RE: Baked potatoes in crockpot

vicki......as I recall someone just said they wrapped them in foil and no added liquid.


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RE: Potatoes Thread

I found the Potatoes thread...

Here is a link that might be useful: Potatoes


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RE: Baked potatoes in crockpot

Thanks a lot, Ruthie! Baked some today and they turned out great!!


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RE: Baked potatoes in crockpot

After reading this post on using a crockpot to "bake potatoes" I tried it yesterday. I washed then blotted most of the moisture off the potatoes, cut a couple of the big ones in half and baked for 4 hours on high. No foil. I served them with sour cream. Mmm, not bad! Another quick n'easy dish. THANK YOU, EVERYONE!


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