"OVEN TATERS" & WHY NOT! It's a Snow Day & 9"

Nancy J. Patrykus


I call them my "WHY NOT-TATERS"
With 9 inches of snow on the ground today,
and still snowing.
Check all the pictures.So pretty!
I need some thing to make me feel
GOOD!!..Tee hee
Yummy , these should do it.
Baked in the oven, with very little oil. Then some spices and salt sprinkled on...
I am in "Hog Heaven"!
LET it snow,snow,snow.!!!!

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tater bakers
spices salt & pepper to taste
a sprinkle of oil


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1Heat oven to 425 F.
You can peel taters or not...both ways work good.
Put in cold water.
Cut into strips....not to wide.
Put on a towel to dry.
Then put in a bowl.
Sprinkle a tiny amount of oil , and mix them up.
Dump all onto a cookie tray...spread out to one layer.
Bake..turning once.
Place on wire rack.with paper under the rack.

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2Check the snow storm..it's not over yet.
You might need another tater!!!....

If you want a special Idaho dip..
here is a great recipe, to make, while the tatres are baking.
See number #4

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3When done ..sprinkle with salt, pepper and a few spices...you like.
No snow???
Make the taters anyway!

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4If you want to make the special "Utah Fry Sauce".
Here is a great recipe, check it out on JAP,
it makes up quickly,and great as a dip, also.
Very delicious, and famous here in the North West.
By: Kristy Abbott "UTAH FRY SAUCE"
Her recipe:1 part ketchup & 2 parts mayonnaise,
Mix and enjoy with the taters!
You will think you died and went to HEAVEN!
Thank you, Kristy for this recipe.

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