Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver continues to inspire us with culinary delights. One thing that particularly inspires us: His trick for delicious baked potatoes
Regardless of whether it is for lunch or dinner: baked potatoes always work. And not only in terms of taste, but also because they can be prepared in no time at all. However, the dish with quark as a topping can get a bit monotonous in the long run. To prevent this from happening and to benefit even more from the potato culinary experience, Jamie Oliver reveals a simple trick: Stuffed baked potatoes.
Prepare stuffed baked potatoes: this is how it works
The practical thing about stuffed baked potatoes is that we only need a medium-sized potato from the oven as the basis for the dish, while we are completely free with the remaining ingredients as a topping. We are inspired by four delicious recipe ideas for stuffed baked potatoes à la Jamie Oliver. Good Appetite!
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1. Variant: Tuna Mayo Twist
For this variant you need tuna salad, a few cherry tomatoes, spring onions and some rocket for the freshness kick. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl and add generously to the cut baked potato.
2nd variant: Fried beans with cheddar cheese
For the topping, first chop a clove of garlic and a chilli pepper. Then put in a saucepan with a can of white cannellini beans, tomatoes, peppers and a splash of Worcestershire sauce. Stir everything and simmer until the ingredients have thickened. Then pour the topping over the nicked baked potato and sprinkle generously with cheddar cheese.
3. Variante: Rainbow Slaw
For the Rainbow Slaw as a topping, first rub a colorful mixture of red cabbage, carrots, apple, red onions and pickles into a bowl. Then add some pickle juice and olive oil and taste the Rainbow Slaw with herbs of your choice. Then pour everything over the potatoes and sprinkle with feta cheese. Roasted hazelnuts provide the necessary crunch.
4th variant: Caramelized red onions with bacon
For the fourth variant, simply chop up some smoked bacon and fry it with a thinly sliced red onion and a handful of fresh sprigs of thyme. Stir in baby spinach and pile the filling onto the potatoes together with some natural yoghurt.