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When my husband and I first met, it was in a pub that was close to our school. The first date that we went on, we returned to that same restaurant. It had a nice and relaxing atmosphere, and neither of us were looking for a ton of pressure. We already had enough of that with our studies. He suggested that we order the potato skins for an appetizer. I was embarrassed to tell him that I never had them before, so I didn’t say anything. When they came to the table, I couldn’t believe how tasty they looked. I couldn’t wait to dig in.
I didn’t want to look like I was being rude though, so I waited patiently for him to put one on my plate. That was the day I feel in love with him, and with potato skins. You can only imagine my delight when I came upon these Mexican potato skins on Group Recipes.
I couldn’t even wait to make them. I immediately wrote down everything on the list and headed to the grocery store. I snagged up all the ingredients and made them for dinner that very same night. We couldn’t stop eating them. I stuffed them all as full as I could get them, and we made an entire meal out of it.
I really like to add in some taco seasoned meat for a heartier dish that feeds the whole family.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Group Recipes and Pinterest.
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Quick Tip: Toss in some Mexican chorizo for an extra kick…yum!