Baked potato with dill

 Potatoes contain sodium, magnesium, calcium, manganese, iron, cooper, zinc, phosphorus, fluorine, chlorine, iodine, vitamin K, B1,B2, B6 and C. Potatoes have a high nutritional value as they contain carbohydrates (mostly starch) and proteins.

 I propose a very simple dish for your kid.

 Backed potato with dill


  • potatoes, red ones a better choise, size small or medium;
  • 2 tbsp cilantro;
  • 1 tsp non-dairy margarine;
  • salt.

 You will also need aluminum foil.


 Preheat oven to 400°F.

Wrap washed potatoes in a large piece of aluminum foil.

 Put wrapped potatoes into an ovensafe dish.

Place the dish with potatoes into oven for 1.5h.

 The time of cooking depends on size of the potatoes. Small potato takes about an hour, a little bigger half an hour longer. If you want to check if the potatoes are ready you can use a skewer. Just puncture a potato – if the stick went though the whole potato smoothly it means the potato is ready. After removing the potatoes from the oven, peel the skin off.Cut the potato into small cubes, then sprinkle with chopped dill. If you have non-dairy margarine you can put a slice of it on top of the potato cubes.

Do you want to eat with your child? You can add some sour cream or yogurt to your potato.

Version of potato for parents.



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