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Can you prep baked potatoes 6 hours prior to an event and serve them in a warming cabinet?
Preparing baked potatoes six hours in advance and keeping them in a warming cabinet is possible, but it requires some careful steps to ensure that the potatoes remain safe to eat and maintain their quality. Here's how you can do it:
By following these steps, you can serve baked potatoes that are warm, delicious, and safe to eat at your event. However, it's important to monitor the warming cabinet to prevent the potatoes from overcooking or becoming too moist. Be mindful of food safety guidelines to ensure the potatoes remain in the safe temperature.
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