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If you have been reading for some time, you should know that I absolutely love a good potato. Yeah, I know it sounds funny and you thought I was going to say “a good bowl of soup” but it is just true. I love going to restaurants like Longhorn, or Texas Roadhouse, or even Wendy’s when I am on the go to get myself a good ol’ fashioned potato. It is just awesome! There is something about it for me that is so comforting and soothing to sit with a perfectly delicious baked potato.
Now, do not skip out on the fixings with me either. I hate going to Wendy’s to find that they are out of cheese or simply did not prepare it with everything. No girl, load that baby up! One day, after a particularly unamusing visit to Wendy’s, I decided to make my own at home. Now, I do not know exactly how many people I thought I was feeding, but let’s just say I had leftovers. Guess what I did with it? Read on this recipe and you will find out! It is a simple and easy way to use leftovers, but it does not have to be just that. You can make this with regular uncooked potatoes as well.
Photo and recipe courtesy of Dinner Then Dessert.
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Quick Tip: Swap ham for turkey or chicken.