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Title: Twice-Baked Potatoes - 216 Ways

Categories: Potatoes

Yield: 8 Servings

9 Potatoes

1/4 c Chopped shallots

1/2 c Chopped scallions

1/2 c Chopped onions

1 1/2 tb Butter

2/3 c Buttermilk

3/4 ts Salt

1 tb Butter

1/4 c Chopped fresh chives

216 WAYS


1 lb Shrimp; peel, devein (1)

2 Leeks; trim, slice

1 lb Salmon; 1" pcs (2)

1 cn Artichoke hearts; dice

1/2 Cucumber; dice

1 lb Chopped smoked ham (3)

1/2 lb Mushrooms; dice

1 Onion; dice

1 lb Ground beef (4)

1 Jalapeno pepper; mince

1 Clove garlic; mince

5 Scallions; slice (5)

1 Pepper; chop

1 cn Black beans

1 lb Bulk sausage (6)

1 Onion; slice

1 Red pepper; slice


1/2 c Crumbled goat cheese (1)

1/4 c Chopped fresh dill

1/2 c Shredded cheese (2)

1/4 c Chopped fresh cilantro

1/2 c Shredded Swiss cheese (3)

2 ts Chopped fresh thyme

1/2 c Shredded mozzarella (4)

2 ts Chopped fresh oregano

1/2 c Grated Parmesan (5)

1/4 c Chopped fresh basil

1/2 c Shredded Monterey Jack (6)

2 tb Chopped fresh parsley


1/2 c Tomato salsa

1/2 c Pesto

14 1/2 oz Can stewed tomatoes; drain

1/2 c Mustard-mayonnaise dressing

1/2 c Pizza sauce

1/2 c Prepared salad dressing

1. Bake 9 potatoes in a 400~ oven for 35 minutes or

until just tender; let cool. Slice off the top third

of each potato. Scoop out all but 1/4" of the flesh

from 8 potatoes; scoop out ninth potato completely and

discard its shell. Saute shallots, scallions and

onions in 1-1/2 tb butter until tender. 2. Mash potato

flesh with buttermilk until smooth. Stir in 1 tb

butter, salt and chives. Place mixture in a pastry bag

fitted with a star tip. Pipe mixture into potato

shells, mounding slightly on top. Bake on a baking

sheet 10 minutes or until golden. Sprinkle with onion

mixture. 216 WAYS: Using above recipe, substitute the

shallots, onions and scallions in Step 1 for a topping

in Column A (sauteed as directed), and replace the

butter, salt and chives in Step 2 with a stir-in from

Column B. If desired, heat a choice from Column C to

spoon over the dish.

Source: First for Women, 10/16/00.

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