This Easy Hack Will Forever Change the Way You Peel Potatoes - No Peeler Necessary!

Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Nicole Perry
When I saw a trick to remove potato peels by peeling them off without the dreaded vegetable peeler, I knew I had to try it right away to see if it worked. YouTube user Foody Tube's amazing potato hack video claims that you can skip the peeling process before cooking the potatoes and instead pry the skin right off the potatoes once they are fully cooked. It almost sounds too good to be true, but guess what? It works out.
Read on to learn how to do it.
Related: We Can't Stop Laughing At These Chocolate Covered Strawberry Turkeys - How To Make Them

Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Erin Cullum
Peel the potatoes after cooking and without a peeler
With a sharp knife just pierce the skin and draw a line around the center of the potato. Do this quickly by swirling the potato around with one hand while still holding the knife in the other.
Transfer the potatoes to a huge saucepan of cold water (cover the potatoes with at least an inch of water). Cook the potatoes until they are fork tender, then drain them. Once they're cool enough to handle, peel the potato skin from each side of the pierced line you created. And voilà - the skin glides off effortlessly! Not only does this speed up the process of making mashed potatoes dramatically, but it also makes tidying up a lot less stressful.
Once you've tried this cooking method, you will likely never come back. You are on your way to the fastest and best mashed potatoes of your life.
Related: Tyler Florence's Hack will forever change the way you make mashed potatoes

Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Erin Cullum

Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Erin Cullum

You should check here to buy the best price guaranteed products.

Last News

Game Recap: Nuggets 110, Suns 98

Nikola Jokic with a buzzer beater vs the Phoenix Suns

Futures Consolidate as Rally Cools Down

The PL Fest shows 'growth' of soccer in the U.S.

Sierra Vista Resources MD Pat Markey on Energy Crisis

HSBC Private Banking & Wealth Mgmt. James Cheo on Markets Strategy