Stuffed potato boats


October 23, 2016

Stuffed potato boats 0 0 5 0

More then just a potato side dish

  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 5 hrs 30 mins
  • 15 mins

    5 hrs 30 mins

    5 hrs 45 mins

  • Yields: 4 servings


4 raw medium washed potatoes

4 slices short cut bacon chopped (visible fat removed)

1 grated zucchini

1/4tsp-1/2tsp cayenne pepper (black cracked pepper can be used instead)

2 cloves crushed garlic

1/2 cup grated tasty cheese

1/2 cup sour cream

grated tasty cheese for topping (optional)

sour cream for serving (optional)

shallots for serving (optional)


1Cut potatoes in half length ways

2Cut out insides with small sharp knife leaving around 1/2 centimetre of potato all round

3In bowl place rest of ingredients and mix well

4Fill potato halves with mixture

5Place potatoes in a lined sc

6Place a sheet of baking paper over potatoes or a tea towel under lid

7Cook 5 hours low or until potatoes are soft

8If having cheese topping sprinkle small amount of cheese over potatoes and cook 1/2 hour low leaving lid off to melt

9Serve with a small amount of sour cream and chopped shallots if you wish

To hollow out potatoes cut down middle of your half and then make several cuts across being careful you don't cut all the way through. This makes it easier because you are only removing small chunks. Place the insides of the potato into a bowl and cover with water. Refrigerate to use for mash potato. If not using next night drain and cover with fresh water, this can be repeated for a couple of days. Chopped onion or any small chopped or grated veg can be used. Cooked in Breville 7Ltr. If using ceramic bowl place a small amount of water in insert and sit potatoes on egg rings.

Submitted by Karen Stuckings


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