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How to make Twice Baked Potatoes (stuffed potatoes).
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Hi, welcome to Cajun Cooking TV. Tonight, we’re having a grilled steak. It’s Saturday night, and we want to have some potatoes to go with this. So I decided to make some twice baked potatoes and we’re going to stuff it with some broccoli, some cheddar cheese, sour cream and green onions. Sounds good, right?
Four medium sized potatoes here and we have a video, specifically have a baked potatoes but I baked them for an hour and a half. I split them in half, and now I’m scooping out the potato from the skin very carefully. I have a pot holder here in my hand. I just have a small spoon. I tried to use my ice cream scoop but it’s too big for these potatoes. So you just start kind of pushing down, without going through to the bottom and scoop out the potato and put it in a mixing bowl. And you just want to go right below where you get to the skin so you don’t get a hole. Just like that. I’m going to keep doing this. I will come back and put it all together.
We are going to put some butter here on these hot potatoes, just about a tablespoon of butter. I must sprinkle a little Tony’s, just a little. And I’m going to put in some sour cream, about half of that container. We have some top green onions, many or as little as you want of those. And then I’ve got some shredded cheddar cheese. I had some white cheddar and I’ve got some yellow cheddar. So we’re going to mix these all together. I’m going to top it off with a whisk so it get good, soft first, and you can just about mix in anything you want in here. But I think this is a good start for our twice baked potatoes.
I’ve got it all chopped up good, so now I’m just mixing it to make sure everything is incorporated and you could see now that I’ve got that chopped broccoli getting mixed up good in here. So this is looking really good.
Now all we’re going to do is stuff this back into the potato skin, put it back in the oven, have the oven on 400 and we’re just going to do it enough to melt some cheese on top.
So again, just take the potato skins in your hand. Take a scoop of the mixture. Put it back in there. We’ve got little spoon again. And if you’re having people over, you might want to do, these are kind of small. Typically, if you have a little bit larger potato, you would want one half of these per person. It will be a good serving because you put all this good stuff in there. So fill it about like that. And have it on a baking sheet, I’m going to go here. And we’ll keep stuffing these, and we’ll show you the end result.
I’ve got four stuffs here that I’m ready for tonight’s supper. I’m just going to put some cheese on top here. And I’m kind of making a mess but that’s okay. This is so good already. Get it on there. I’m going to put these in the oven. Probably five minutes, I just want to melt this cheese on the top. And we’re actually going to finish making the rest for tomorrow.
They are done. And here’s my plate for supper. I don’t know where we’re going to put that potato, Mike. We’ll scoop this over a little and here we have a broccoli and cheese stuff twice baked potato. That looks so good.
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