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from Aragon, GA
About Me Avid Cook
Comments about Microwave Potato Baker:
This really save time, not messy and easy to use.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
About Me Casual Cook
works better with 4 potatoes than 2not very sturdy
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
half good half bad
from Albany, OR
We had trouble twice when we used the baking stand to bake 2 potatoes at one time. Both times the plastic device fell over with our potatoes still on the spikes. The potatoes did bake in less time than when we just used a paper plate to set them on.
Microwave potato baker
By The talk-a-lot
from Fort Lauderdale, Fl.
Potatoes fall over when cooking. Plastic stand is too weak to stand up for only two potatoes.
terrible, falls over
from l.a. ca
failed on first try, fell over
from Hagerstown, MD
Potatoes were throughly cooked when this device was used.
By looking for a bargain
from temecula, california
this gadget, cooks the potatoes evenly, for a medium potatoes is about 4 minutes, thank you.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Microwave Potato Baker
from Yuba City, CA
it is plastic, I have not used it yet but very excited to
A must for every kitchen
By Mama Bear
from Saint Louis, MO
About Me Gourmet Cook
I wish I would have bought this product sooner. It makes perfect baked potatoes and folds up for easy storage. I definitely will buy one for my daughter.
from Jersey Shore
Several years ago, I owned a potato baker that looked just like this picture. The difference is that it was of a rigid plastic, and the prongs had enough of a point to skewer a raw potato. THIS ONE is too flimsy to support the weight of a potato, and placing the potatoes on the skewers is dangerous; you have to use such force to get it started that you run the risk of skewering your hand.