Hey /ck/ just did this with some potatos, but how long should i bake them for and at what temperature?
You cook them until they're done.
Ingredients are always different. Unless you're baking, use your better judgement, taste, adjust, and cook it until it's how you want it to be.
But yeah, 350 F is pretty standard. When you can stick a fork or a steak knife through a thick slice without having to force it, it's done.
Throw ice on the pan to reduce steam, assuming its not smoke in there
>there are people in the world that can't bake a potato until it's crisp
You turn the oven up, add some kind of oil, and don't take them out until they're done however you like them. It's just not that hard.
Hasselback potatoes are not what they're cracked up to be
>not fluffy on the inside like a baked potato
>not crispy on edges like a properly roasted/fried tomato
>just ends up dry and too chewy
Instead of the best of both worlds, you get the worst. Next time just cut it up, toss it in oil, and roast it at 400 f for about 45 minutes to an hour, turning/tossing halfway through