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These were fantastically delicious! I actually didn't have any sundried tomatoes, but I did have some leftover spaghetti sauce (no meat). After the potatoes were cooked through in the microwave, I spread a thin layer of the sauce over them (like a pizza) and then sprinkled the rest of the ingredients. Threw the pan in the oven with my chicken that was almost finished baking. The taters browned up nicely, cheese melted, and they were so so yummy! Thank you thank you!

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TerriB March 29, 2009

Really enjoyed the flavor of these potatoes. I did change the cooking method. I was grilling anyways, so I threw all the ingredients (not the olives) into a aluminum foil packet, added a pat of butter and then grilled them for about 30 minutes. Came out perfectly! I did slice the potatoes. I topped them with sliced fresh mozzarella when they came off the grill and it melted right in. Made for the Babes of ZWT4.

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Kim127 June 27, 2008

Needed a little olive oil on top, and lots fresh ground black pepper, I love sun-dried tomatoes in recipes, thanks Engrossed!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz August 09, 2007

I found a winner with this recipe! I used 2 russet baking potatos. Cut them in half, rubbed the tops with garlic salt & a spritz of EVOO. Baked at 375 for 45 minutes. I used Italian 6-cheese blend in the cheese mixture, as that was what I had on hand... topped the cooked potatos, and broiled them about 2 minutes, until the cheese bubbled up. My DD ate herself silly! We omitted the optional olives and sour cream, but I'm sure they are nice additions. Can't wait to reheat the leftovers for lunch!! Thanks, Pipi!!!

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Kizzikate June 09, 2007
Italian Inspired Potatoes