£2.00£2.50 per kg
FrozenSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g Frozen||Per Potato Oven Baked||Per Potato Microwaved|
|of which saturates g||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|of which sugars g||2.1||4.1||4.6|
|This pack contains 4 microwaved servings|
To get the best results cook from frozen, our instructions are guidelines only. For the most delicious results, do not overcook!
Please take care: After cooking the potato will be very hot!
Do not leave microwave oven unattended while cooking. Do not use this product after the best before date.; Microwave - From Frozen. Remove from the carton and place your Jackets in the microwave oven. Cook on full power. Ensure potato is piping hot throughout before eating.
Recommended Cooking Times:
x1 Potato: Cat B / 650W 5 mins 10 secs, Cat D / 750W 5 mins, Cat E / 850W 4 mins 30 secs
x2 Potatoes: Cat B / 650W 8 mins 10 secs, Cat D / 750W 7 mins 40 secs, Cat E / 850W 7 mins
x3 Potatoes: Cat B / 650W 12 mins, Cat D / 750W 11 mins 30 secs, Cat E / 850W 11 mins
x4 Potatoes: Cat B / 650W 17 mins 30 secs, Cat D / 750W 16 mins, Cat E / 850W 15 mins
Leave to stand for 2 minutes.
Please note: all microwave ovens vary - you may need to adjust cooking times to suit your own model.; Oven cook - From Frozen. Preheat the oven to 220°C/210°C Fan/Gas Mark 7.
Place your Jackets onto a baking tray and pop them into the middle of the oven. Bake for 45 - 55 minutes, until they're lovely and crisp.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (25)
These are absolutely delicious. Baked in the oven straight from the freezer for an hour. Crispy skins and soft, light and fluffy inside. Yummy!!
Great for a quick snack or a side with dinner. Very tasty with a knob of butter and easy.
Quick and easy
These jacket potatoes are lovely and they definitely save some time in the kitchen. I certainly recommend them, especially if you have a busy lifestyle.
first time trying and must say these are delicious cooked in oven, crispy skin with soft fluffy potato, done first one in microwave but went to soggy, oven bake is the best
I have always thought these were an expensive and lazy way of having jacket potatoes, but I was pleasantly surprised when I bought them after a recommendation. They are convenient and with a filling of cheese or beans etc are a substantial meal, handy to have in the freezer.