Colander full of whole peeled potatoes
To Peel Potatoes In A Flash, Simply Pick Up A Fork
Potatoes star in a huge variety of delicious dishes, but peeling them is a tedious recipe step that everyone dreads. To speed things up without cutting yourself, use a fork.
Stick a fork in one end of a potato and hold the handle to steady the spud as you peel the skin. This sturdy setup allows for quick peeling while keeping your knuckles safe.
Since your hands are a safe distance from the peeler, this trick eliminates the need for a cut-resistant glove, and to rotate the potato, just twist the handle of the fork.
If you're cooking with smaller potatoes, choose a baby-sized fork or appetizer fork to get the job done. Now, your potato soup and French fries won’t be such a chore to prepare.