Delicious Stuffed Potato Recipe
Stuffed potatoes have always been one of the favorites for any party, especially the delightful stuffed potatoes that serve as appetizers. Making stuffed potatoes as a party appetizer can be a lot of fun, but you will find that there is a very specific process that must be followed. If you want the best stuffed potatoes for your party, it is essential that you take the time to follow the steps laid out below.
The following recipe is easy to make, but it is vital that you follow it precisely. The potatoes must be cooked in the skins, after which the potato is scooped out. The skins must be maintained whole, as the combination of the mashed potato, cheese, bacon, chives, and butter will be stuffed back inside the skins to cook again.
This is the best appetizer to serve for a fun party, and you will find that these stuffed potatoes are best served hot. Your guests will love the unique combination of flavors, and you will find that your stuffed potatoes will be the life of the party. Thankfully, the dish is easy to make, and you will be able to enjoy these stuffed potatoes with only a few minutes of actual work.
- 6 medium potatoes
- 1 cup of milk
- 4 oz stick of butter
- ½ pound of bacon
- 1 handful of chopped chives
- ½ pound of cheese
- Salt and pepper, to taste
- To begin, wrap the potatoes in tin foil and place them in the oven to bake. The potatoes should bake for about an hour before they are ready, but make sure to turn them over to avoid the skins burning.
- Once the potatoes are baked, remove them from the oven and give them time to cool.
- Cut the potatoes in half lengthwise, and gently scoop out the fleshy interior of the potato. Set the unbroken skins aside, and mash the potato flesh.
- Add butter, milk, salt, and pepper as desired.
- Chop the bacon and fry it in a pan to one side.
- Once the potatoes are mashed, scoop them back into their skins and sprinkle the bacon, chives, and grated cheese on top.
- Place the stuffed potatoes on an oven tray, return them to the oven, and let them cook for 10 minutes.
The recipe is easy to follow, but you may find it difficult to scoop out the insides of the potato without breaking the skins. It will take a bit of time and practice, but you will find that you can get it right after a few tries. These stuffed potatoes will be the perfect appetizer, and your guests will enjoy the delicious combination of flavors.
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