For a Regular sized potato (3"-4" long), try 50-60 minutes at 350-400 degrees. (This varies depending on whether you want just cooked or well cooked skin.)
Either use a baking pan with the potato uncovered for dry crispy skins, or wrap the potato in foil without a baking pan for softer skin (add 15 minutes to cook time if wrapped).
For 7"-8" baking potatoes cook 80-90 minutes at 400 degrees for either wrap method.
Options: Rub butter or other oil on skin to add taste and help keep soft in either version. You can add salt and pepper to taste before cooking. Too much salt may dry the skin. Sea salt is a good choice.
Only for conventional oven method - Place a metal cooking pin all the way through (use two if needed) to cut the cooking time by a third.
When potato is done, you should be able to squeeze slightly lengthwise or cross-wise for softness.
20 minutes at the most.
Use it on an oven, and ONLY an oven.
depends on what you are trying to bake and what temperature the oven is set to
you boil it and make mash potatoes , or bake it in a oven...
In order to bake shrimp, leave them in the oven for 10-12 minutes. The oven will need to be at the temperature of 450 degrees.
the same time as baking 1 potato if your oven is large enough
You can bake one potato in a microwave in about 3 minutes. Test it with a fork to see if it is cooked right through. In a traditional oven it is wasteful to bake one potato. You can fill your oven with potatoes and bake them all in about ten minutes. Make sure the oven is hot enough to start with.
In a microwave 8 to 10 minutes,in oven 1 1/2 hours.
325 degree for 20-25 minutes
If you cook a potato in the microwave for 10 minutes, it is done. Putting it in the oven would only crisp the outside. If you want to do that, 10 minutes should do.