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Thursday, May 16, 2024

Cheesy Baked Potatoes Easy Recipe

 

Cheesy and creamy!

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Cheesy Baked Potatoes - (Main Dishes, Potato)

Ingredients:

12 medium potatoes
8 ounces Philadelphia cream cheese
16 ounces sour cream
1 stick of butter
2 teaspoons garlic salt
2-3 cups shredded cheese (save 1 cup to top)

Directions:

Peel and cook the potatoes until tender. Drain the water from the potatoes and mash them. Add the cream cheese, sour cream, butter, garlic salt, and 1/2 of the shredded cheese. Mix together well. Put the potato mix into a 13x9 greased pan, and refrigerate overnight. Add the remaining shredded cheese to the top. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.

Thoughts On Cheesy Potatoes:

If you have a craving for potatoes this recipe is the one! The potatoes are so creamy and cheesy, you will love them. I grew up in the midwest and mashed potatoes were always a part of a meal. We almost always had white or brown gravy with potatoes but when I first tried cheesy baked potatoes I could eat that as a main dish. There is something about letting the potato mix set in the refrigerator overnight that makes this recipe work so well. Chilling the potato mix allows everything in the recipe to settle and absorb with the potatoes to give it a creamy taste. It is delicious!

More Information For You:

Baked potatoes in general have a very interesting history. Did you know that in the United Kingdom, a baked potato is called a "jacket potato"? They were a very popular street food and were sold to common poor people. You can find more interesting facts about the baked potato by visiting the Happy Cow.

Questions For You Today:

Have you tried cheesy baked potatoes? If you haven't, you will love them if you are a fan of potato recipes. I admit I like to add salt to my cheesy potatoes. Did you see my last recipe? If you missed it, it is called Lemon Bars Easy Recipe and the lemon bars will serve as a great dessert after you enjoy the cheesy baked potatoes. 

My Thoughts For The Day:

Funny food meme a friend shared.

A friend shared this funny food meme and I had to share it with you. Have you tried cow tongue? When I was around 12 years old I tried cow tongue. My dad worked for a fence company in East Texas. He had a Hispanic coworker and we were invited to come over to eat and visit. It was a fun time and the aroma in the air of food cooking smelled wonderful. I remember being served cow tongue and at first I thought I didn't want to try it because it was a tongue. After a little convincing, I decided to taste my serving. I did like it but I haven't tried beef tongue since then. I have eaten many eggs though.

Keep on cooking!

Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Cheesy Ham Buns Easy Recipe

Super Easy Cheesy!


Cheesy Ham Buns Easy Recipe - (Main Dishes, Pork)

Ingredients:

2 to 3 cups ground ham
1 cup of cheddar cheese
1 onion
1 package Pillsbury hot roll mix (16 ounces)

Directions:

Grind the ham and cheese together with 1 onion. The onion should yield about 2 cups. You can use more if you like. You can use leftover ham or new ham. Mix up the hot roll mix let it set and rise. Work down and roll out the dough to about 1/4 inch thick. Cut the dough into 6-inch squares. Place a handful of ground ham and onion in the middle of each square. Bring the edges of squares up to cover the ham and shape into buns. Turn all the buns over and place them into a greased pan. Let the buns rise again. Bake at 425 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown.

Thoughts On Ham Buns:

This is absolutely one of the easiest recipes for a main dish you will enjoy! The cheese is optional but if you are a cheese lover like myself then you will love this recipe. Not much to it at all but the simplicity makes it a great dish you can prepare for a gathering or for an evening at home. They can also be a grab-and-go recipe to take for your lunch at work and for the kids at school.

More Information For You:

I don't know the origin of the ham bun in America but if you find some information on the recipe please share it with me. I would guess here in the United States it was put together to make an easy meal and one that is very portable. The New York Times wrote an article on ham buns that you might enjoy and they share a recipe with poppy seeds you will find interesting.

Some Questions For You:

Do you have a recipe for ham buns? I would love to see your recipe. Please share it in the comments below. Also, did you see my last recipe? It is called Fast Texas Pete Chicken Wings and I know you will love it too.

Some Thoughts For The Day:

Home Made Sour Dough Bread!

The bread is still coming to our house because my oldest daughter keeps baking it, and it is so good! I can't get enough of it. So far it is free to us and it is a wonderful gift. We slice it and make sandwiches with it or just eat it with our meals. I have even just cut off a slice and dipped it in my favorite sauce for a quick snack.

Food is a wonderful part of life! It unites us and makes us feel good. Cooking and baking is a great hobby and a good stress reliever. Making food can really open up your creativity. To me, there is great joy in creating a good recipe and sharing it with friends and family. To see someone smile when they taste something I've cooked is so rewarding.

Get in the kitchen and keep on cooking! Let me know how it goes!

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