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Super Spuds - Baked Potato Dinner Recipe

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Connie (Fryback), Mrs. Val Pitman
Added: Wednesday, October 18, 2006


Bake one med/lrg. potato for each person. Serve following ingredients
in separate dishes on a serving table. Everyone can choose what they
want on their potato. Cut open potato and start building with the basic.

Butter Sour Cream
Grated cheese Salt & Pepper to taste

After butter, sour cream and/or cheese has been mixed in the baked
potato, it can be put into microwave to heat a minute or two. Then
continue building your meal on the hot potato.

Lettuce, shredded Eggs, boiled chopped
Sesame Seeds Parmesan Cheese
Broccoli florets Carrots, thinly sliced
Cauliflower florets Radishes, thinly sliced
Cucumbers, diced Ham, chopped
Chicken Breasts, chopped Croutons, any flavor
Tomatoes, diced Olives, sliced
Onion, chopped Mushroom bits
Sunflower Seeds Alfalfa sprouts
Bell Peppers, chopped Celery, thinly sliced
Ground Beef, cooked


Use your imagination to add or delete any of the above ingredients. You do not have to have all of the listed ingredients, pick and choose or add something of your own liking. The ingredients listed are for suggestions only.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
You can use this for a luncheon or a dinner. I have used this meal many times, and always have raves. It makes for good conversation for those who have never had this before.




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