Monthly Archives: August 2020

Melting Potato lunch

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I saw a similar recipe online and thought it was easy enough for even me to try. I didn’t use any fancy potatoes, just the ordinary baking ones. I didn’t make a chicken or vegetable broth; instead I used a chicken cuppa soup. The garlic was not two crushed gloves but yer ordinary sprinkle stuff from a jar. No kosher salt but sea salt. The ingredients weren’t cooked in a metallic tin but a glass flan dish in my halogen cooker. Once the potato mix was cooked, I served it with mixed vegetables, small chicken chunks and two small Yorkshire puddings. It all went down a treat!
Ingredients
Potatoes – as much as you wish
Enough butter or margarine to cover the base of the baking dish
A cup of chicken or vegetable broth/stock (or a packet of cuppa soup)
Garlic for your own taste
Black pepper and sea salt for you own preference.
Cooking instructions.
Heat oven to 260C
Melt the butter/margarine in the baking dish
Slice potatoes to about 1 inch/ 3cm dia and place in baking dish
Season with pepper and salt
Bake for about 15 minutes or golden brown, turn them over, and continue for another 15 minutes or golden brown
Add the broth/soup mix and the garlic
Cook for about another 15 minutes or until the mix is absorbed.