"Recipes are meant to be shared"...Ann Thibeault

Monday, January 10, 2011

Baked Potatoes filled with Egg, Cheese and Ham


I worked yesterday and had a late lunch so I wasn't really interested in cooking a big dinner.   So, I decided to make Moe happy by cooking two of his favourites -  Eggs and Baked Potatoes. 



I baked small russet potatoes, hollowed them out, filled with a little butter and cheese, topped with an egg, fried ham  and a little cream and baked at 400° until the eggs were set.  Sprinkled with chopped scallions and served with toast.


According to Moe these were fantastic.

13 comments:

  1. I have never seen this Ann..a whole meal! It looks comforting and good.

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  2. Oh my! Simple, packed with good flavors and what a fab photo you took! Making me drool, Ann. My kids would adore these.

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  3. I've got to try this - has all of my food groups (pork, potato, cheese, egg) in one dish.

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  4. Oooh this sounds like a great idea! It's like a traditonal egg & potatoes breakfast, in 1 little package!

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  5. You are amazing! A true chef is one that can make a new dish when you think you've had everything! These look delish...

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  7. Oh my gosh, I have to have this! Today!

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  8. WW, Moe is not the only one who thinks these are fantastic. How can one go wrong with such delicious participants, like eggs, cheese and ham?

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  9. They look fantastic and a must try chez nous.My husband would think this is heaven; I will surprise him this weekend; thank you.

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  10. Ann, I just popped over from Wives with Knives to check out your gorgeous baked potato. Stuffed baked potatoes are my go-to comfort food and yours is tops. Fantastic photos too. Wow.
    Sam

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  11. I followed Ann from Wives with Knives also and love your photos. This would be a good recipe to take camping :)

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  12. Ann, these are fantastic. I made a vegetarian version this morning for Mike & I to have for breakfast. We both loved them. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. I can't imagine why I never baked eggs in potatoes before.

    http://decolady-randommusings.blogspot.com/2011/01/potato-boats-with-egg-and-cheddar.html

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  13. Theses look so tasty Ann. I will have to try them soon one day. Baked potatoes are one of my all time favorites and the addition of the egg sounds great.

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