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    Default Peeling spuds for Christmas

    Can I peel the spuds ready to roast for Christmas day lunch ... On Christmas Eve?

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    Interested to know this too..

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    So my thoughts were peel and then cover in water? Don't know why? Anyway, may bump this in the morning for Martha Stewart or Shannon Lush et al to answer...

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    Yep just keep them in water or on a tray with a damp tea towel over them so they dont go brown and yucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edi86 View Post
    Yep just keep them in water or on a tray with a damp tea towel over them so they dont go brown and yucky

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    You've saved my christmas morning (and christmas spuds)!

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    In water with a dash of lemon juice or vinegar will keep them from going brown

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    Yup keep them in water (underwater) and a bit of salt. Should be sweet.

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    Glad ur spuds are saved!!! Hope you have a lovely christmas

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    As per PP have said, so long as you cover them with water they'll be fine
    A few years ago we had 35 people at our place for Christmas lunch. I filled the bath with water and my Mum & I spent most of Christmas eve peeling potatoes into the bath


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    We cook all our vegies they day before and meat that morning. Works fine for us. There will ve 40ppl for lunch this yr.


 

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