Are you referring to 200 degrees Celsius? I bake potatoes at 400 degree Fahrenheit for about 60 minutes; 400F is roughly equivalent to 200C.
200C is about 425F, and it depends if the potato is room temp or from cold storage . And, what size? Count on a hour - I continually test by sticking them with a knife to see how easy the blade goes in. Easy means done, hard means keep waiting. Simple as that.I like to coat the skin with olive oil and prick and sprinkle with sea salt.
Cooks illustrated has a great recipe for salt baked potatoes. They cook on a bed of salt and they are to die for!
LOVE Cook's Illustrated and I have a subscription to their on-line recipes. Looking it up now, thanks!!!
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Uh, ever heard of a sausage roll?
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