How to Make Baked Potato
- Take the potatoes and wash all the dirt off them properly.
- Keep the skins of the potatoes on.
- Place the potatoes on a baking sheet which is greased with a tablespoon of olive oil.
- Bake the potatoes in your oven for at least an hour at 400 degrees Fahrenheit so they are properly roasted.
- Set aside the roasted potatoes until they are needed for the baking.
- Heat up a non-stick frying pan on the stove.
- Add bacon into the pan and let it cook on low heat.
- On the second stove, heat up the milk in a sauce pan.
- Add butter into the milk and leave the milk and butter to simmer into a nice creamy texture.
- While the above ingredients are cooking slice the potatoes in half, vertically.
- Scoop out the potato flesh from the skins with a spoon and put it into a mixing bowl.
- Leave the skin containers of the potatoes back on the baking sheet for later use.
- Mash up the potato flesh in the mixing bowl
- Season it with salt and pepper.
- Add the creamy milk and butter mixture which should be done by now, into the mixing bowl.
- Once, it is properly mixed, add sour cream into the bowl and mix it up well too.
- Add green onions, half of grated cheddar cheese and bacon into the mixing bowl.
- Again, mix everything well.
- Spoon the prepared mixture into each of the empty potato cases.
- Sprinkle cheddar cheese on top.
- Bake the potato cases at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 to 15 minutes.
- Let the baked potatoes cool down once they are done and enjoy with your favorite sauce!
- Potatoes have been used over centuries to heal broken bones. Raw slices are placed over the area that needs to be treated.
- Potatoes are eaten in combination with other foods to prevent any indigestion.
Facial spots can be removed using potato juice on your face on a daily basis.