Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins
In an internet quest for the recipe for Brie-mashed potatoes, I came upon these little gems. I was only baking for two, so only used two potatoes, however, I forgot to scale down the remaining ingredients, which were slated to feed four (using 4 potatoes). My husband and I both agreed that these were the best things upon the plate tonight. From igourmet.com. Prep/Cook time does not include time for baking the potatoes.
- Slice off the top of each potato and scoop out the flesh, leaving behind a potato skin jacket ready for filling.
- Mix together potato flesh, Brie, salt, egg yolk and butter.
- Beat until well mixed, and return mixture to potato skins.
- Place upon a baking sheet, or preferably a baking stone.
- Put into a 375-degree oven for 15 minutes, or until filling is golden brown.
- Sprinkle with chopped chives.
OH My Gosh,s'Kat the potatoes are Scrumptious.My DH said you need 50 stars. They are easy to make, could be made a head of time & baked when needed. I think you can just double or tripple the recipe. I am going to be making them for 8 people soon. Thanks for posting such a delicious recipe.
They were just wonderful!!! My husband really liked them! Very creamy I topped it with grated romano cheese.I also put lots of pepper and dried fried onions into the potatoe mixture.
Well this gets 5 as it was the only dish I could get the DM to eat after she declared (in the middle of the cooking of dinner) that she did not want to eat but as per the past was told she had to eat something so she could take her medications and well there was some salmon and the potatoe and she ate all of the potatoe and that was it. I had made 3 as the potatoes were on the smaller side and knew the DS would have no problem going through 2 of them. I did have an oops moment for when I cut my brie open I was not happy with it and the taste was not right so chose not to use and my only alternative was an very light cream cheese but otherwise everything else went in for a 2 serve bake. I did bake the potatoes and make up the mash earlier in the day, filling the skin and allowed 20 minutes on a slightly lower temperature to reheat Thank you s'kat, made for Chef Alphabet Soup.