Christmas Stuffed Potatoes
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Christmas Stuffed Potatoes
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:16:18 AM. Recipe ID 46091. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Christmas stuffed potatoes
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
      1    1-pound potato per person
           Lotsa cheese (cheddar and
      1 sm Onion or lotsa chives if
           -available fresh from garden
           Real bacon, crisped and
           -loosely crumbled or cut
           -into large chunks
           Real sour cream (most times
           -I cheat and use yogurt)
           Real butter (same as with
           -sour cream)
           Real cream (I use milk when
           -preparing during "Ordinary
           Salt and pepper to taste
  1.  Bake the potatoes until done
  2.  Prepare bacon
  2.  Turn up oven to broil
  3.  Cut top 1/4 off of potatoes (on the long side) - Keep the tops!
  4.  Scoop out potato, but leave enought to make a sturdy shell
  5.  Mash the potatoes with the onion that has been minced, milk, salt,
  pepper, butter, sour cream, most of the cheese and bacon.
  6.  Put a little bit of cheese and bacon in the bottom of each shell.
  7.  Stuff each shell with mashed potatoes.
  8.  Put some more cheese on top of potatoes.  Put top of potato back
  on. You guessed it more cheese (cheddar works best here for colour).
  9.  CAREFULLY place potatoes on a cookie sheet or pizza pan (something
  sturdy) and broil for a few minutes (until cheese is melted and a
  little bubbly).
  10.  Enjoy the leftover mashed potatoes!  These are the Chef's
  11.  Enjoy all! 

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Recipe ID 46091 (Apr 03, 2005)

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