How To Peel A Potato… Without A Peeler

Throw your peeler in the trash. There’s a better way to peel a potato. This YouTube video from MakeSushi shows you how to peel a potato in about 5 seconds using only one simple cut with a knife. The skin slips right off in one piece and will be sure to impress your dinner guests. It’s the ultimate potato peeling hack.

How To Peel A Potato –> The Fast Way

Peeling a potato with a peeler also wastes a lot of food. By the time most people are done peeling, they have a tiny little cube of potato and a sink full of skin and wasted shavings.

The MakeSushi method also includes a couple of extra bonuses: nutrition and flavor. Most of the flavor and vitamins from potatoes are actually in the skin. Cooking them with the skin will add both to your meal.

Oh, if you like carrots, then you might want to take your peeler out of the trash. You’ll probably still need it… just not for your potatoes.


What did you think about this potato peeling hack? Please let us know in the comments.

Via Foody Tube

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