Have you ever had rosin baked potatoes? Cooking
potatoes in rosin produces the finest baked potato you will ever eat. The
extreme heat of molten rosin produces a remarkably light and fluffy potato.
How to bake potatoes in rosin?
Place 10 to 25 lbs rosin in a large iron
kettle. This sounds extravagant, but the rosin may be used repeatedly.
Heat rosin to the boiling point. Hot rosin is
flammable. So be very careful and keep the flame away from molten rosin.
Slowly lower potatoes one at a time into the
rosin using a large slotted wooden-handled spoon.
Allow them to remain in the simmering rosin
until they float to the top.
Remove potatoes and place at once diagonally on
foot-square sheets of heavy brown paper. Twist the ends of the paper and serve
the potatoes in the wrapping.
Why is it so delicious?
The hot resin seals the skin of the potato,
allowing it to cook very quickly while holding in the moisture and other
What type rosin may be used for baking
We only recommend pure, natural, light color
rosin for baking potatoes. Such rosins are usually classified as grade WW and
are available at ChemicalStore.com.
The Brazilian Rosin (Product code:
is mostly in flakes and is easier to use; however, Chinese rosin (Product code:
may also be used as well.
Where to buy gum rosin or pine rosin?
Where to buy Rosin?
Our rosin products are available for sale at
www.ChemicalStore.com. For large orders please call in advance and verify the
availability, wholesale discounts and shipping options. If you cannot find any
product in the online store of your choice, please use the search option of the
store or call (973)405-6248 for further assistance.
All orders will be shipped from our
warehouses in United States (USA), Canada or United Kingdom. We ship worldwide
to most countries including U.S., Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, New
Zealand, Germany, France, Netherlands, and many other countries.