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Bake larger potatoes for 20 minutes in the oven.
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I think i would cook potatoes longer in IP, after 10 minutes they were half done. I would probably pressure cook for 15 minutes. Jmo
I agree that I will cook longer in IP next time. After the IP and oven I still had to microwave.
Should have read the comments…15 minutes a must! 10 was to short
I agree – I cooked 3 potatoes in the IP then put them in the oven for 15, and finished them off in the microwave.
Faster just using a microwave!!
Even though a microwave is faster, when you enjoy a crispy skin of the OVEN, this drastically reduces the cooking time there.
Excited to try this because i dont have a microwave and miss the ease of that and going into the oven to finish!
I did two potatoes wrap them in tin foil poke the holes in the potatoes and cook on high for 17 minutes I did not put them in the oven at all and they taste as good as restaurant potatoes
I will suggest about 20 mins in the oven.
It took me 25 minites to cook 3 medium potatoes. What am I doing wrong here? The recipe book said it takes 13 minutes!
@LisaPot Its not you. I did two potatoes at 20 minutes and still had to microwave. We don’t need crispy skins, so I didn’t put them in the oven. Next time I’ll do two potatoes for 30 minutes.
This recipe doesn’t work. We kept the potatoes 20 extre minutes in the IP , and they still were hard. It is not until 30 minutes in the oven saved our meal.
I did 4 large baking potatoes at once….I set the timer on 45 minutes and my potatoes came out perfect….small potatoes (8 max) I did them for 20 minutes and perfect results….I will never eat another microwave potato again.
Excellent recipe. This is now our goto when we want baked potatoes.
Should have read the comments first – 10 mins in IP wasnt long enough for large potatoes. Needed at least 30 mins in oven afterwards but will try again.
Definitely need at least 15 Mins in the IP.
Cooking “Baked” potatoes in the IP is my favorite way to cook them. I have done it many times. Sometimes with just a few and other times with a full pot. I always do 14 minutes on high pressure and NR. They always come out perfect.
Why di you need to put in oven after IP.
This recipe was designed to reduce the cooking time needed for oven baked potatoes. It is great for those who like a crispy oven baked potato but not the long cooking time.
Quick way to bake potatoes. They are not dry.