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Every crevice is filled with savory herbs, charming cheese, and butter.
Seriously, does that not sound absolutely heavenly? My husband and kiddos LOVE these sliced and baked potatoes. We get creative with our seasonings that we use. Sometimes, each kid will season their potato according to their own tastes. The kiddos really enjoy doing this and so do I.
My husband had suggested that we try using Old Bay Seasoning and I thought that sounded super good. So, I sprinkled some on the sliced taters in addition to some other spices. Wow! Did those potatoes come out tasting good! I think a little pinch of fresh garlic would be swell as well 🙂
What will you be putting on yours?
Anyway, I bet you are biting at the bit to get the details of this amazing recipe, right? Without further ado, please hop on over to the next page for the ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and image courtesy of No Empty Chairs.
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Quick Tip: Add extra butter or drizzle these sliced spuds with olive oil as a satiating garnish.