Baked Potatoes with Peri Peri Dip
FEATURING MONJAY MEZZA’S PERI PERI DIP
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Baked potatoes. For many, they’re a heady hit of nostalgia. Uni days, when life was lived on a shoe-string budget and eight days in a row was the limit for packet Mee Goreng. Or memories of camping, little packages of foil nestled in bright orange coals, opened to face-blistering steam and the promise of pillowy flesh and crispy skin.
Baked potatoes aren’t hard to get good. But if you want them great (and that’s why you’re here), then observe a few simple rules.
When it comes to potatoes, it’s horses for courses. You must use a good roasting variety, such as sebago, desiree or dutch cream. You must use salt. You must use Monjay’s Peri Peri Dip.
- 4 large sebago potatoes
- Olive oil
- Monjay Mezza Peri Peri Dip
- Sour cream
- Cheddar, grated
- Chives, finely sliced, or snipped
How to Prepare
Heat oven to 200C. Wash and scrub the potatoes clean. Slice off any undesirable spots. Use a skewer to poke holes around the potato, then rub with a little olive oil and sprinkle with salt. Bake on a tray for around 50 to 60 minutes, until a skewer slides through nice and easy.
Baked potatoes are a personal thing. Some might say a solemn, private ritual. Because of this, it’s best to place all the accoutrements on the table and allow people to customise their potato according to their religion. We’ve decided on the tried and true classics – sour cream, cheddar, chives – but imaginations are useless if not running wild. Spoonfuls of pomodoro sauce and stringy mozzarella, perhaps? How about torn strips of ham, wedges of pineapple and oozy taleggio?
Now, we did say that you must use our Peri Peri. However, admittedly, baked potatoes aren’t overly particular; they work equally well with our Garlic Dip, or even the Fetta & Olive Dip with its salty kick. It’s difficult to go wrong.
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