She Layers Thinly Sliced Potatoes in a Muffin Tin. What Comes Out the Oven is Amazing! By Mums Pantry Jan 31, 2016 Author Mums Pantry Related Posts The Real Mums’ Guide to Easy Self-Care Ideas Apr 14, 2021 21 Lolly-Free Birthday Party Loot Bag Ideas! Apr 14, 2021 Victorian Schools to Avoid Gendered Terms Like ‘Mum’ and ‘Dad’ Apr 13, 2021 Macaulay Culkin Baby! Home Alone Star Welcomes First Child Apr 13, 2021 ‘Many Red Flags’: Mum Shares Journey to Uncover Son’s Mystery Illness Apr 13, 2021 Nailed It! How to Make Epic Number and Letter Cakes for Any Occasion Apr 12, 2021 7 Comments Greg Kamer 5 years ago Reply Can you use russet potatoes instead? Mum's Pantry 5 years ago Reply You could try. It says they’r good for baking – I think you’re better off looking for a roasting potato so the outside goes crispy 🙂 Heather Hillier 5 years ago Reply Oh please please please don’t show people to use the mandoline without a guard! I’ve been cooking for nearly 30 years and am quite good at it, but still managed to slice off the tip of my finger that way while making Christmas dinner 2014. I learned my lesson! Seeing this video with no guard used made me cringe though. Jennifer Osborn 5 years ago Reply I was just thinking the same thing Heather. That is so dangerous. I sliced a chunk of my finger off a few years ago without using the guard, it was so foolish. Sharla 5 years ago Reply Can you freeze these for reheating later? Mum Central 5 years ago Reply I’m not certain to be honest. I don’t know the outcome would be as crispy and dense as the fresh. mATILDA 3 years ago Reply The video says to cook at 375 degrees and the recipe says 350. Which is it? Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.