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cheese and ham baked potato

Filled Jacket Potatoes

Cowbridge Kitchen

The humble Jacket potato or Baked potato is a great source of Carbohydrates and the toppings you can add to this are pretty much endless , Jacket potato and Cheese , Ham , Tuna or baked beans.

In this recipe for Baked Potatoes we are going to do things a little differently, firstly we will cook the Jacket Potato in the traditional way but then we are going to scoop out the potato and make a mash filling.

The idea is that we will load up the empty potato skins with a creamy mash and double bake them.

These jacket potatoes are great served with Creamy Homemade Coleslaw.


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It takes about 2hr to make these
30 mins Prep time
1 hr 30 mins Cooking time
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Nutritional Facts
This is based on 1 potato
357g (With Cheese)

Calories: 523
Protein: 14g
Fat: 24g
Carbohydrates: 65g
Fiber: 6.6g
Sugar: 4.2g
Nutritional information Nutrition
This recipe will serve upto 3 people Table for Two Servings
Easy : This recipe is simple to make
Anybody can have a go at this recipe, even a novice cook
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How to Make Jacket Potatoes

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Here is a new twist on the ordinary Jacket Potato. We are going to scoop out the middle and mash it, season it and reload the skin with the mashed potato.

This is a great idea to add a bit of flare to a Baked Potato. In this recipe we are using cream cheese, but you could use any type of cheese you like.

So experiment with this recipe to create your own perfect baked potato.


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ingredients

2 - 3 Large Jacket Potatoes
50 g butter
30 - 50 g of Cream Cheese or other Cheese
Olive Oil for cooking

Cooking Instructions

  1. Precook the jacket potatoes in a microwave for 10 minutes
  2. put the part cooked potatoes onto a backing tray and drizzle with olive oil , then bake in a preheated oven at 180 c for about 1 hour.
  3. When the potatoes are cooked , remove them from the oven and let them cool for 30 minutes.
  4. Cut the potatoes down the centre and scoop out the inside's with a spoon , and set aside in a saucepan.
  5. Mash up the potato with the butter and cream cheese.
  6. Fill the potato skins back up with the mash potato , then place on an oven tray and cook for a further 20 minutes in the oven at 180 c .
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''You can use any type of cheese for this recipe, you will get a different flavour each time...''