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Baked Potato Spirals (Veggetti Recipe)
Last year for my birthday, Bob got me a Veggetti. I assure you, it’s completely G-Rated, though if you have a gutter mind like me, that name might make you giggle a bit. :) A Veggetti is a spiral vegetable slicer. It’s perfect for turning zucchini, potatoes and other veggies into long spaghetti-like strands.
The other night I wanted to have potatoes as a side dish and could not decide how to prepare them. It dawned on me that I could use the Veggetti to cut the potatoes into spiral strands.
All you need for this recipe:
:: baking potatoes, rinsed/skin left on
:: spiral slicer such as a Veggetti
:: non-stick cooking spray
:: sea salt
:: extra virgin olive oil (optional)
How to make:
:: Preheat oven to 400 F
:: Spray baking sheet with non-stick spray
:: Cut potatoes with spiral slicer. Arrange potato spirals on cooking tray. I fit 2 medium sized baking potatoes on one tray.
:: (Optional) Drizzle with olive oil.
:: I left out the olive oil to cut some calories and instead just gave the potatoes a quick spray of the non-stick cooking spray.
:: Sprinkle sea salt over potatoes.
:: Bake at 400 F for 8-10 minutes. Flip over and continue baking for an additional 8-10 minutes. (If you see any of the thinner strands becoming super crispy, feel free to pull them out.)
YUM! We all scarfed these down in seconds – they were delicious.