potato skin


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potato skin

n.
1. The skin of a potato.
2. A slice of potato skin spread with a topping and broiled or baked, usually eaten as an appetizer or snack: ordered some potato skins with sour cream.
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Noun1.potato skin - crisp fried potato peelingpotato skin - crisp fried potato peeling    
snack food - food for light meals or for eating between meals
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Fill each potato skin with the fish filling and place on a baking tray - or use a 12-hole bun tin so the filled potato halves don't fall over.
Once, when I left the table, she had the waiter take the potato skin from my plate and box it up.
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Sprinkle oil with your favorite dry herb, such as black pepper, onion flakes, or ground sage, and lightly rub into the potato skin.
Indeed, the team found that extracts of material from just under the potato skin block bacterial adhesion.
Potato skin has always presented a problem to vision systems because it tends to camouflage discolorations.
Mondy is not trying to scare people off potatoes--just off potato skin.
Shred the baked potato skin and place on top of your potato ramekins, cut your tomatoes in half (removing the core) and bake these both in the oven at 160degc for 15 minutes.
Put a dollop of the horseradish crme fraiche into each potato skin.