May

17

2010

No Dud of a Spud

Comments 23 Comments

Twice Baked Eggs and Potatoes

Vegetarian • Tags: , , , , ,

It was time to try another recipe from the blogosphere. This time, it would be potatoes. A large number of food bloggers are aware of the number one place to go for unique variations of the typical tuber, and that would be the home of The Daily Spud. She’s an Irish lass who can wax poetic about the potato. And wine, cheese, Irish traditions and amazing desserts. When she first featured this runny egg laced over a fluffy baked potato, it got a lot of well deserved attention. With a couple of potatoes on hand and a few interesting ingredients in the fridge, it was time to give it a try.

Ms. Spud would probably want us to mention that she first saw the baked egg and potato idea on Kate in the Kitchen. A quick click to the site welcomed a new website to add to the feed reader for sure. If you’re one of those people who likes breakfast for dinner, test this one out. If you’re one of those people who likes dinner for breakfast, test this one out. The idea of a baked potato and eggs for any meal sounds like a good one.

Twice Baked Eggs and Potatoes (adapted from The Daily Spud) – Serves 4
2 russet potatoes
2 tablespoons milk
2 ounces havarti
1/4 cup caramelized onions
1/2 cup cherry tomatoes, halved
1 1/2 cups fresh spinach
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
4 eggs

1. Bake the potatoes in a preheated oven at 400 degrees until soft to the touch, approximately an hour to an hour and 15 minutes. Remove from the oven and cool to the touch. Turn the oven down to 350 degrees.

2. Halve the potatoes and scoop out the filling into a medium bowl. Add the milk, havarti, onions, tomatoes, spinach and salt.

3. Lay the potato skins on a aluminum foil covered baking sheet. Stuff them with the filling, pressing down to flatten around the sides and creating an indentation in the center of the potato.

4. Crack an egg into the indentation of each stuffed potato and bake for 10-15 minutes or until the eggs set to your liking.

Click HERE for the printable recipe.

Share

Comments Leave a Comment

Other recipes you may enjoy...

  • Thai Black Rice Salad-The Duo Dishes

    Small Touches Make a Difference

  • Black Bean and Corn Tostada

    Belated Goodbye to Summer

  • Butternut Squash and Red Onion Penne - The Duo Dishes

    Don’t Sweat It

  • Harina de pan - The Duo Dishes

    All Hail Las Arepas

  • Exhausting the Options

    Exhausting the Options



Comments

23 Responses | TrackBack URL | Comments Feed

  1. Thanks for the shout out guys – love what you’ve done to that spud!

    Reply

  2. Oh, that sounds sooo good… I wouldn’t mid having one or two now! Just came back from art classes and starving :)

    Reply

  3. I meant “mind”… I’m so hungry that I’m eating the letters :)

    Reply

  4. breakfast for dinner is my favorite thing :)

    Reply

  5. I just love potatoes, eggs, and cheese any time of day! What a great recipe.

    Reply

  6. I second The Daily Spud love! And I remember that yummy egg in potato dish too. I’ve been meaning to try it ever since her post … thanks for the delicious reminder, Duo!! :)

    Reply

  7. I love a jazzed up spud. Thanks it more appealing not that i don’t already love the traditional potato skins. I totally remember seeing the original from Daily Spud

    Reply

  8. That spud is a stud! I love the havarti and egg.

    Reply

  9. Wow, nice way to have potatoes and egg…love it! Have to try it soon :-)

    Reply

  10. This looks like my kind of meal. Heading over to Daily Spud now. :-)

    Reply

  11. Love to have baked potatoes any day! I’m salivating by just looking at the photo. :P

    Reply

  12. Ummm, hello lover.

    That looks amazing! I think I like this Miss. Daily Spud. I think I like her a lot!

    Reply

  13. that’s one good lookin spud!

    Reply

  14. Oooh it’s a nice twist on potato skins. And nice idea for breakfast too. Kind of like a hash brown and omelette together!

    Reply

  15. Mmmm….my favorite food group. Potato! This looks like a great appetizer, too!

    Reply

  16. These look awesome! Can’t wait to try them out.

    Reply

  17. Well there you. I see Ms Spud has endorsed so I know this must be special. Besides it so colorful and rich and well… pretty darn perfect. GREG

    Reply

  18. Anything by the Daily Spud is fine by me, but when its also covered by the Duo you know its something special.

    Reply

  19. Looks wonderful! Definitely NOT your ordinary baked potato…

    Reply

  20. I just made potato skins a few weeks ago, but they certainly didn’t look as good as these do. :)

    Reply

  21. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM,…a lovely recipe!

    I also love anything on the daily Spud!

    Reply

  22. I love creative baked potato recipes! There is a place called jason’s deli in my home town (its a chain) but unfortunately there isnt one in NYC but they have this amazing bbq baked potato mmmmmmmm its heavenly!

    Reply

  23. This looks really, seriously good. They made it to Saturday morning’s menu, complete with back yard chicken eggs.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

 Subscribe by RSS Follow on Twitter Like on Facebook Follow on Google+ Follow on Pinterest View on YouTube

Get post updates by Email!

Enter your email address:








Real Time Analytics