2 for 1: Potato Soup AND Potato Skins
What do I do with a 10-pound of potatoes? I freezer cook them, of course. I begin by asking my 9-year-old to scrub them all and we pierce them together for the 400 degree oven. After an hour or when they are done, I allow them to cool for about fifteen or thirty minutes. Then I slice off the tops and lay them aside for future potato skins and the bottoms are designated for baked potato soup.
Click here for the yummy recipe I make in a big quantity and freeze the rest. Frozen soup is best reheated using a double boiler method.
Our family of six can have at least two meals of potato soup and eat potato skins at least twice! Now that’s what I call cooking once and eating
twice, I mean four times! Smaller families could eat up to six or more times on one ten-pound bag of potatoes.
Do you freezer cook with potatoes?