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Garlic Baked Potatoes

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Jazz up baked potatoes with some homemade roasted garlic to mix with butter on the inside of the potato.

Ingredients

  • 4  Russet Baking Potatoes
  • 4 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 8 cloves Fresh Garlic
  • Flaky Sea Salt
  • Butter, To Taste

Preparation

Heat the oven to 300 F.

Wash potatoes well and dry lightly with a towel.

Place each potato on a large piece of aluminum foil (12″x10-3/4″). Individual foil sheets can be found at Sam’s Club. But if you use the foil sheets, note that I had to double-wrap using these sheets because they are thin. Make sure the foil is positioned short side facing you and the potato is placed horizontally on the foil 1/3 of the way on the foil, away from you.

Drizzle about 1 tablespoon of olive oil onto the foil next to the potato. Roll the potato into the olive oil to cover. The oil doesn’t have to be evenly dispersed.

Sprinkle some salt (to taste) under and on top of the potato.

Place two cloves of garlic at the bottom of the potato nearest you.

Roll the short end of the foil closest to you over the top of the potato. Roll the potato forward one time, then bring the sides of the foil to the top of the potato. This is similar to folding a burrito.

Continue rolling until the foil is completely used and the potato is entirely wrapped. If desired, roll a second time in another piece of same-sized foil.

Bake at 300 F for 2 hours, or until desired softness is reached. I would start testing at 1 hour.

Unwrap the potato carefully. Cut it open length-wise and insert the two garlic cloves and butter to taste. Mash the insides with a fork. Season with salt and pepper. Enjoy!

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