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Subject: Baked Potato Toppers?
From: P.JONES <P.JONES[at]prodigy.net>
Date: Thu, 05 Jun 1997 16:23:51 -0500
Does anyone have a good idea on topping a baked potato?
From: Don McGranahan <mcgranahan[at]dmci.net>
Date: Fri, 06 Jun 1997 02:50:15 -0400
I like broccoli in cheese sauce or lots of sour cream with chives.
Jackie O's favorite was caviar...sounds kinda fishy to me!
From: pstarkoch[at]primenet.com (CKochsimmo)
Date: 6 Jun 1997 01:26:00 -0700
I think a big thick juicy steak tops a potato any day
From: gvbrown[at]aol.com (Gabrielle)
Date: 6 Jun 1997 14:57:35 GMT
Cooked broccoli and cheddar cheese, melted
leftover chili, cheddar cheese, and chopped onions
sour cream and chives
plain old butter and salt and pepper
leftover brisket with gravy
bacon, chives, and sour cream
From: Lee Latta <jllatta[at]ingr.com>
Date: Fri, 06 Jun 1997 10:04:20 -0500
For a meal, top baked potatoe with chili, cheese onions and
From: cogman[at]cyberenet.net (Friend )
Date: 6 Jun 1997 15:39:01 GMT
For simplicity, just plain old butter and ketchup! Yum!
To get extrevagant, try putting some crumbled bacon o split baked spud and
than some cheese and melt it under a broiler.
Baked beans also go well on top of a baked potato.
From: "M.H. Moman" <mhmoman[at]ibm.net>
Date: Fri, 06 Jun 1997 16:18:53 -0700
For a healthy one I use mustard, ranch dressing or a combination of the
From: quando6[at]aol.com (Mike)
Date: 7 Jun 1997 13:01:18 GMT
Try any brand of no-fat Italian dressing on your baked potatoes.
From: ynnuf[at]clear.net.nz (Doreen Randal)
Date: Sat, 07 Jun 1997 09:41:57 GMT
This is one my grandkids like
TASTY FILLING FOR POTATOES
This is enough for three baked potatoes cut in half.
Bake potatoes the way you like them. Cut in half, scoop out flesh
mash and reserve.
Mix together 3 Tbs canned baked beans, pinch or more chilli powder,
2 Tbs sour cream and the mashed potato.
Fill the shells with the mixture and top with grated cheese.
Re-heat and brown the cheese topping.
From: pilgrim[at]sirius.com (Pilgrim)
Date: Mon, 09 Jun 1997 08:47:11 -0700
When travelling, I always carry a small collection of dressings and
salsas. My favorite "no surprise" dinner when we find ourselves in a
"fried only" local is a baked potato, sour cream on the side ( so that I
can use about a tablespoon ) and a hearty splat of salsa. If I could only
find a way to haul fresh cilantro around with me, I would be content.
Add a house salad with my fat-free dressing, and I am in business! When
we arrive someplace with a worthwhile restaurant, I have "calories in the
bank" for a real dinner out.
From: mtzeng[at]ucs.indiana.edu (Mimi W. Tzeng)
Date: 8 Jun 1997 00:12:42 GMT
Butter, sour cream, black pepper, chives, bacon bits, broccoli, and
saute'ed mushrooms. ;) Or any combinations thereof. Or substitute
cheddar cheese for the sour cream. That's how I usually like them.
From: moonwolf[at]tiac.net (Robbyn)
Date: Sun, 08 Jun 97 16:20:41 GMT
A good dollop of a good, thick bleu cheese dressing is wonderful too - and
you might want to garnish with a bit of crumbled bleu cheese as well.
From: Cynthia Amaya Reis <rreis[at]nospamtexas.net>
Date: Sun, 08 Jun 1997 12:22:51 -0600
A little butter, cheese, and picante sauce.
From: Linda May <ppp149d[at]citynet.net>
Date: Mon, 09 Jun 1997 23:41:18 -0400
I like sour cream with bacon bits and slices of purple onions that have
been chilled in the refrigerator. A steaming hot potato with iced cold
onions makes a tasty contrast.
From: camp inertia(Catherine and Val) <inertia[at]neosoft.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 1997 03:49:10 -0500
Linda May wrote:
> I like sour cream with ....
Same here...but to cut on the fat you can try yougurt...I like cherry
tomatoes on mine too...
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