Crab Cake Stuffed Baked Potato

"I'm not saying this is perfected in the least, and the ingredients are approximates, but I threw this together for hubby's dinner and he loved it! It's a crab cake sort of filling in a baked potato shell, so I guess crab cake twice baked potato might also be a good name for it. If you try it, I hope you like it! Note: you could add horseradish to the mixture as well, if you so desire!"
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  • Scrub, then bake the potato in the microwave, about five minutes.
  • While potato is baking, chop crabmeat into small pieces; add mayo, mustard, lemon juice, garlic, salt and pepper (and horseradish, if you like; could also use sour cream in there as well).
  • Mix the crab mixture well.
  • When potato is done cooking, cut out top portion, scooping out insides of potato (leave about 1/4" potato to help shell remain stable) and placing them into the crab mixture bowl.
  • Mush the potato into the crab mixture, stirring well.
  • Melt 1 rounded tablespoons butter and stir into crab and potato mixture.
  • Pile crab and potato mixture into empty potato shell.
  • Sprinkle crushed potato chips on top.
  • Bake at 350* for about 15 minutes, or until potato chips start to brown.
  • Enjoy!

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  1. EdandTheresa
    Very good tasting baked potato, used sour cream instead of horseradish. Will make again. Made for PAC Spring 08.
  2. melissa
    wow ive been searching for a good stuffed potato recipe and this one sounds the best i cant wait to try it! i love the approxamity of the measurments so i can make the decisions, thank you!


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