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Twiced baked Potatoes #5604928 02/18/15 12:27 AM
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I know twice baked potatoes arnt really rocket science and I've winged it before and liked them but my wife found this recipe and we really liked it so I thought I'd share.

It calls for
8 Potatoes
2 sticks of butter
1 cup bacon bits
1 cup sour cream
Shredded cheese
1/4 teaspoon Lawrys
Pepper
Green onions

Bake potatoes @ 400 for an hour and 15 min
Mix ingredients in bowl
Pull potatoes out and scoop out insides careful not to tear skin and mix with ingredients , then refill the skins, add a little more cheese on top and pop them back in the oven at 350 for 15-30

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I love those things. I sometimes make them from leftover baked potatoes. My recipe is about the same but I don't have it written down anywhere.


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Re: Twiced baked Potatoes [Re: _Lee] #5608435 02/19/15 07:34 PM
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sounds good. I usually add a little milk to the mix or heavy cream if I happen to have any. You can also mix in a little sour cream up


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If you brush the potato with some oil before you bake them it will crisp up the skin a little and make it easier to scoop out and put back in.

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Gonna try me some of that. food

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Those minced onions from the spice section won't hurt if you have some in your pantry.


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Re: Twiced baked Potatoes [Re: jetdad] #5620506 02/25/15 11:17 PM
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Originally Posted By: jetdad
If you brush the potato with some oil before you bake them it will crisp up the skin a little and make it easier to scoop out and put back in.


I normally add oil when I do bake potatoes and this recipe said don't so I didn't but I'm actually making some tonight I'm going to go ahead and do it this time

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Those are good, my wife adds hamburger and broccoli along with all the other goodies.


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Rub the tater skins with olive oil and kosher salt will stick to the skin. Crunchy and salty.


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