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 Year-Round Christmas Tree? These Trees May Inspire You to Try It! Jan 16, 2021 Why This Six-Year-Old’s Drawing is Breaking Hearts Everywhere Jan 16, 2021 We Turned 3 Packs of Qukes® Baby Cucumbers into 3 Unusual Yet Delicious Treats! Jan 16, 2021 Bunnings Launches Own Lego-Style Mini Collectables Jan 15, 2021 Better Periods for You and Your Teen With Modibodi Underwear & Swimwear Jan 15, 2021 ‘Why Isn’t He Growing Right?’ – Mum Shares Son’s Journey with Prader Willi Syndrome Jan 14, 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.