How to peel a cooked potato in seconds


A bowl of iced water is your best friend when you are peeling cooked potatoes.

Here are more tips for cooking with potatoes and recipes.

Potato Rosti
Irish Potato Stuffing
Irish Boxty
How to Bake a Potato
Potatoes Baked in Olive Oil and Rosemary
Irish Champ
Warm Potato Salad with Buttermilk Dressing
Warm Mediterranean Potato Salad
Sweet Potato Fries
How to stop potatoes splitting when you boil them
Potato Soup with Bacon
Potato Soup with Pancetta and Cheddar
Leek and Potato Soup with Smoked Haddock



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