6 Reviews

We found these to be very bland and boring. Perhaps use the recipe as a starting point and then fix them to your taste and liking.

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Shelly Morton December 20, 2008

Instead of salmon I used the Sunkist sweet & spicy tuna. I thought the potatoes came out slightly too dry so next time I'm going to add some sour cream or more milk. My husband and I really liked this recipe.

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sariahwilson1977 February 11, 2008

What a tasty & unusual version of twice baked potatoes! I'm glad that I made the full 8 servings so we can reheat these for tasty leftover lunches. I would like to play around a little with the spices, too, but I wanted to try it once as-is. The potatoes had a lot of flavor made just this way (I only added a little pinch of red pepper flakes), but I think dill or chives might be good. My husband will be topping his lunch tomorrow with green onions! Thanks for a tasty, cheap & satisfying meal!

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groovyrooby April 29, 2007

a good recipe-easy to make. I substituted smoked salmon for the extra flavour and left out the milk because I was only using four potatoes. Next time I will try additional spices just to make a change not because I thought the recipe needed them. My wife and I enjoyed them and will have them again.

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strider April 07, 2005

great! my husband does not care for salmon....but he liked this.....i did add some red pepper flakes and top with cheese. thanks

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texan patzee January 29, 2005

Very tastey and really easy to make. I added some cajun seasoning to satisfy my families taste. I will surely make this again.

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Briana November 01, 2001
Baked Salmon in Potato Shells