baked potato

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Noun1.baked potato - potato that has been cooked by baking it in an ovenbaked potato - potato that has been cooked by baking it in an oven
Irish potato, murphy, potato, spud, tater, white potato - an edible tuber native to South America; a staple food of Ireland
jacket potato - a baked potato served with the jacket on
Translations
brambor na loupačkupečený brambor
bagt kartoffel
uuniperuna
krumpir pečen u koripečeni krumpir
ジャケットポテトベークドポテト
구운 감자껍질째 구운 감자
bakad potatisugnsbakad potatis
มันฝรั่งอบทั้งลูกมันอบ
khoai tây nướngkhoai tây nướng cả vỏ

baked potato

بَطَاطِس بِالفُرْن, بَطَاطِسُ مَشْوِيَّةٌ بِقِشْرِهَا brambor na loupačku, pečený brambor bagt kartoffel Ofenkartoffel πατάτα με τη φλούδα, ψητή πατάτα papa asada, papas al horno, patata al horno, patata asada uuniperuna pomme de terre au four, pomme de terre en robe des champs krumpir pečen u kori, pečeni krumpir patata al forno, patata al forno con la buccia ジャケットポテト, ベークドポテト 구운 감자, 껍질째 구운 감자 aardappel in de schil, in de oven gebakken aardappel in de schil bakt potet ziemniak pieczony, ziemniaki w mundurkach batata assada картофель в мундире, печеный картофель bakad potatis, ugnsbakad potatis มันฝรั่งอบทั้งลูก, มันอบ kumpir khoai tây nướng, khoai tây nướng cả vỏ 烤土豆, 烤马铃薯
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He imparted to her the mystery of going the odd man or plain Newmarket for fruit, ginger-beer, baked potatoes, or even a modest quencher, of which Miss Brass did not scruple to partake.
A woman was standing at the oven, taking out baked potatoes one by one.
Athelny and Philip installed themselves in the great monkish chairs, and Sally brought them in two plates of beef, Yorkshire pudding, baked potatoes, and cabbage.
The advisors of the Princess did not like this test; but she commanded them to step into the flame and one by one they did so, and were scorched so badly that the air was soon filled with an odor like that of baked potatoes.
Each boy had a quarter of a loaf of bread and pat of butter, and as much tea as he pleased; and there was scarcely one who didn't add to this some further luxury, such as baked potatoes, a herring, sprats, or something of the sort.
But glimpses were to be caught of a roast leg of pork bursting into tears of sage and onion in a metal reservoir full of gravy, of an unctuous piece of roast beef and blisterous Yorkshire pudding, bubbling hot in a similar receptacle, of a stuffed fillet of veal in rapid cut, of a ham in a perspiration with the pace it was going at, of a shallow tank of baked potatoes glued together by their own richness, of a truss or two of boiled greens, and other substantial delicacies.
At one, a bell rings, and the stewardess comes down with a steaming dish of baked potatoes, and another of roasted apples; and plates of pig's face, cold ham, salt beef; or perhaps a smoking mess of rare hot collops.
It was the brown-and-yellow platter containing the baked potatoes with the gravy in them and bits of meat which she had cut and mixed among them.
There were oysters at the top, sausages at the bottom, a pair of snuffers in the centre, and baked potatoes wherever it was most convenient to put them.
If you like baked potatoes, top them with salsa, chopped broccoli, or vegetable chili instead of the traditional toppings.
Split the baked potatoes and place on serving plates.
BAKED POTATOES WITH SOUR CREAM, SPRINGWATER TUNA & CHIVES