14 Reviews

These were great! I made then up on Sunday night and did everything except bake them the second time. Came in from work Monday evening and popped them in the oven and served hot with some veggies--we didn't even need any meat! I love quick easy meals like this.

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Angie Winters August 29, 2001

Not so common, never saw this one before although ingredients are common hadn't thought of putting together. Thanks for sharing:) Served it with Mom's Meatloaf (by Mary in NJ) It complimented the meatloaf and was a great dinner!

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L DJ April 24, 2002

Add me to the list of cook's who loved this easy recipe, Bergy!! I've made twice-stuffed taters before, but, they sure never came out like these! I whipped them up with a handbeater, and then folded in the broccoli ... OMG!! Soooo, good! They were great as "re-runs" the next night, too! They are "keepers" in this house! Thanks a bunch for sharing!

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Laudee February 29, 2004

Thank you for the inspiration. Big crowd showed up at the island cottage. This is how I adapted the recipe. 1. Boiled regular boing potatoes until tender. Split them in half and scooped some of the flesh. 2. I sautéed red onions and roasted some garlic. 3. I steamed the broccoli. In a food processor, I chopped together the onions, garlic, potatoes and broccoli. Seasoned the mixture. Not puréed. 4. Placed the potato halves in a 9 by 13 pan, squished together. Covered the potatoes with the mixture. 5. Topped the potatoes with shredded cheese and baked in a 350 degree oven until browned. Friends and family wiped it out!

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Brigida S. August 27, 2015

These potatoes were SO delicious! I didn't have baking potatoes so we did everything exactly the same, except we discarded the skins instead of stuffing them. Thanks for the recipe! We will definitely be having these on a regular basis!

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LadyLuck July 02, 2009

This is a great recipe. I had some back ribs out that I had to cook tonight, and was wondering what to make with them. So, of course, I turned to RECIPEZAAR and found another "GREAT" side dish. I did, however, mash the ingrediants instead of processing them and added some cheddar cheese for the last 10 minutes.They turned out "awsome". My wife loved them and she's very happy that I've discovered new dishes at RECIPEZAAR. Thanx Bergy !! I'll be serving these many more times. Rob

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Rob G. December 24, 2007

We loved these. I used about two+ cups steamed broccoli (leftover from the night before) so mine were VERY green. I subbed garlic salt for the garlic and salt. I also added some jack and cheddar cheddar cheese.

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Vicki in CT December 06, 2007

Excellent recipe. I made these for saint patricks day (sorry it took me so long to review!) I added some cheese and chives on top to keep with the green/st patties day theme. I have made these many times since!

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anme April 14, 2007

I fixed these tonight and really liked the taste. The only thing was by putting them in the blender it seemed to make them too runny. I will definetly make them again but think i will just put it all in a bowl and mash lightly. Also I added chedder cheese on top for the 2nd bake and really like it that way. Thanks so much for the recipe.

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liltree August 03, 2006
Broccoli Potatoes