Jacket Potatoes With Roasted Veggies & Goat Cheese

I first tasted this in a great pub in Southwark London called "The Trinity." They make all their own recipes and everything there is homemade, even the condiments. Last night I tried to make my own version and it came very close to the original. This was served as a main dish with a side salad.

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2hrs 10mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 150 (fan)/170 (gas/electric) degrees Celsius.
  • Massage some oil on the skins of each potato, then rub some coarse salt over them.
  • Prick each potato all over with a fork.
  • Set in the oven and roast 1 1/2- 2 hours, or until potatoes are crisp and tender (time will vary depending on the actual size and type of potato you use).
  • Meanwhile, get all your veggies together in a roasting pan.
  • Drizzle a bit of oil on top (mabye 2 Tbsp.just enough to lightly coat the veggies).
  • Sprinkle with a bit of coarse salt to taste and then toss.
  • Roast for about 1 hour, tossing at least once while cooking, or until all are nicely roasted.
  • Once potatoes are ready, cut an X into the top of each and fluff the insides with fork.
  • Place a pat of butter to taste inside each potato.
  • Place some slices of goat's cheese into each potato and pop back into the oven long enough to melt the cheese (maybe 5 minutes).
  • Toss the roasted veggies with a few spoonfuls of pesto sauce or a flavorful salad dressing (such as honey mustard or Caesar or ranch).
  • Set each potato onto a serving plate, and spoon a hearty portion of roasted veggies over the top, letting it spill over the sides.
  • Serve with extra butter, salt, pepper on the side for each person to adjust the seasonings to their tastes.
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"I first tasted this in a great pub in Southwark London called "The Trinity." They make all their own recipes and everything there is homemade, even the condiments. Last night I tried to make my own version and it came very close to the original. This was served as a main dish with a side salad."
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  1. HeatherFeather
    I first tasted this in a great pub in Southwark London called "The Trinity." They make all their own recipes and everything there is homemade, even the condiments. Last night I tried to make my own version and it came very close to the original. This was served as a main dish with a side salad.
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