Stuffed Baked Potatoes Ii Recipe
4 6 oz baked potatoes
2 tbsp butter or margarine
3/4 cup milk
1 egg, slightly beaten
1 salt and pepper, to taste
1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1. Allow potatoes to stand at room temperature 2 to 3 minutes after
baking. 2. Cut a thin slice from the top of each potato., Caution:
potato will be hot. 3. With a spoon, remove the potato pulp from each
potato, leaving a thin shell. 4. Mash potato pulp with a fork or
potato masher. 5. Add butter, milk, egg, salt, pepper and cheese.
Whip potato mixture with a rotary beater or electric mixer until
light and fluffy. 6. Spoon mixture into shells and sprinkle with
paprika. 7. Place potatoes on a paper plate and heat, uncovered, in
Microwave Oven 5 minutes. 8. If desired, after cooking in Microwave
Oven, potatoes may be placed under the broiler unit of a conventional
oven to brown for a few minutes. Transfer from paper plate before
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