jacket potato

NOUN
  1. a baked potato served with the jacket on
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How To Use jacket potato In A Sentence

  • I ate an energy-giving meal - bakes beans and jacket potato - a combination the midwife would later curse me for.
  • This can be a jacket potato with baked beans or tuna and sweetcorn. The Sun
  • Cold, cooked jacket potato plus a tub of salad, sandwich filling, or dip.
  • This can be a jacket potato with baked beans or tuna and sweetcorn. The Sun
  • He loves jacket potatoes with sweetcorn, cucumber, salad. Times, Sunday Times
  • Matt Lucas's George Dawes gave us many a hilarious moment - including making the consumption of jacket potatoes a poignant and romantic pursuit - but his corpsing while attempting to shout the word "peanuts" to a jaunty organ while dressed in figure hugging tracksuit was his finest minute. The Guardian World News
  • Jacket potatoes form the base for a healthy meal.
  • Serve alone or with jacket potatoes cooked at the same time. Times, Sunday Times
  • Lunch may be expanded to include a savoury dish with the salad or a baked jacket potato. The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide
  • This upstairs café offers a conventional menu of sandwiches, toasties, jacket potatoes etc and suitable fare for children.
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