Potato boats - fast, healthy and suitable for most things

These potato boats are perhaps one of the most common and if I have a bad time I often make these.


  • 3 pcs potatoes
  • olive oil
  • salt and pepper

I often make potatoes for my food. What I really like about potatoes is that they are so versatile. You get potatoes in many sizes, textures and you can cook them in countless ways. These potato boats are perhaps one of the most common and if I have a bad time I often make these. You do not need to peel and they will be ready in the oven while you prepare the rest of the food. Potato boats are suitable for both meat and fish and contain lots of nutrients.

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Step 1

Start by setting the oven to 220 degrees. Feel free to use hot air if you have one. When not peeling the potatoes, it is important to wash them thoroughly. I usually fill the basin with plenty of water and wash them there before I move them onto the cutting board.

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Step 2

Cut the potatoes into fine boats and place in a pan with baking paper. The thicker you cut the boats the longer it takes them to fry. So for an everyday dinner where I have 20-30 minutes, I cut them into fairly thin boats.

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Step 3

Distribute the potato boats evenly throughout the pan and pour well with olive oil. Sprinkle with salt and grinder over a little pepper. Spread oil, salt and pepper on all the potatoes. Use your hands, it is clearly the best.

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Step 4

Put in the oven. I usually take them out is about half the cooking time and spin them around a bit. This ensures that no one is scorched and that everyone gets about the same degree of baking. After about 20-25 minutes, the potatoes are ready. Pour into a bowl or place the pan on the table. The result is delicious crispy potato boats that both young and old like. There is no need to buy this ready-made in the freezer counter when it is so easy to make. The result is also much better. Good luck.

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