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We love these potatoes. I have been making them for years. I like to make a big batch of them and freeze them. Then they are ready to go any time I need them. thanks for posting

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Laureen in B.C. January 29, 2011

Made 4 large ones, plus baked an extra potato for more stuffing material. Really good recipe. The extra stuffing piled high made these extra good. Used super-sharp cheddar for tang. Sauteed the onions first before adding to the stuffing mixture. Coated the potatoes with butter rather than oil for baking...crispy skin. Line your baking sheet with foil to prevent scorch marks. Thanks, Manda.

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jim_obrien2 January 17, 2009

Awesome! I halved the recipe because its just my husband and I but I didn't use onions, just because I was in a hurry and didn't want to mince them. I'm sure they would have been even better ( if thats possible)! Thanks

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Rollin in the Dough! January 04, 2009

These delicious potatoes went great with Orange Pork Chops . The were so tasty with the chops. I loved how the potatoes crusted up a little on the top and was nice and moist and filled with flavor as you dug down in. Great new addition to my recipes. Thanks Manda!

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FoodieFanatic May 15, 2008

This was worth the time. I didn't use 8 potatoes since it was only two of us, but use 4 and didn't change anything else. This reminded of what my mother made. Thanks for the yummy recipe.

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angeldoll March 08, 2008

These were great! My first attempt at making twice-baked potatoes and wouldn't you know I would mess it up. I accidently added twice the amount of sour cream called for, but you could never tell. I was looking for a recipe similar to my MIL's but found this one...MUCH BETTER! Thank you for this great recipe!

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Kristiina February 22, 2008

Theses are amazing!!! My whole family LOVED them!! We had them with steak and they went perfectly together.

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brunettebaker February 18, 2008

Even my 13-yr old (who will not eat baked potatoes) ate this. Of course he said it could use less cheese (did I really give birth to this child?). I could have put more cheese in it. Recipe was made as directed; came out just beautifully. I most certainly intend to have these again. I served this with #188077 Beef Tenderloin Steaks with Mustard-Cognac Sauce and #144180 Emeril's Spinach, Orange and Candied Almond Salad. It was a very good meal, if I do say so myself! Thanks for the recipe! :)

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Kay D. September 29, 2006

This is a wonderful recipe! Works great with a nice grilled steak. I used to make one like this, but forgot the recipe. I am so glad to have found this one.

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Sunshine Girl Brie June 19, 2006

My family really enjoyed these. I didn't have russet potatoes but had Idaho on hand. I had to add milk to the mixture. I did not feel the sour creme was too much but instead felt the blend of ingredients was balanced. I baked the skins alone for about 10 minutes to crispen. I quickly found that while my scooping method did not leave the best looking skin (one even tore in half) that once the filling was scooped back in, it really did not matter. Very forgiving. Reheated very well the next day.

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JackieGK November 26, 2004
Twice-Baked Potatoes