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This is a great idea. I am a great cook but never thought of putting these flavors all together. It's the right combination and I loved it.I bet this would be a great scalloped potato bake as well! YUMMM!!!

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Colleen P. April 06, 2014

Yum, yum, yum. I have reviewed a few of these recipes on the 5 ingredient list because that is all I'm really capable of in the kitchen. This is a recipe that took the cake for me. I must admit I cut tomato extra thick and did a ton of bleu cheese crumbles and it was out of this world. I would actually use this as a breakfast/brunch recipe as well even though it seems a lot of people are using it as a side dish for dinner. Definitely going to be a recipe I use again.

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Mike W. April 06, 2014

This is a hidden gem of a recipe. I love potatoes with my steak but I started getting tired of same old same old. I love when I go to a steakhouse and get a baked potato, bleu cheese salad, and they sometimes add one of those roasted tomatoes on the side. This recipe combined all 3!!! Genius! The only problem was I only did 4 stacks and had no leftovers :(

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stdodge April 06, 2014

Tomatoes aren't my favorite thing to eat but add cheese, potatoes and bacon... Yes please.

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kaseykay24 April 05, 2014

I make a pretty good potato stack so I had to try this out. It's delicious! I cut the tomatoes pretty thick because I feel like they cook down so much. I also had never tried the toothpick trick and it actually kept the stacks form much better than the muffin tin which I always do. Thanks for the new tip. I will be doing that in the future.

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Tiffani P. April 03, 2014
Steakhouse Stack #SP5