Asparagus & Ham Stuffed Potatoes

March/April 2013

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Asparagus adds a touch of spring to this overstuffed ham-and-cheese twice-baked potatoes recipe. Use another vegetable, such as broccoli, if you prefer.

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Asparagus & Ham Stuffed Potatoes

11 Reviews for Asparagus & Ham Stuffed Potatoes

Tasty and great make-ahead recipe!

The whole family loves this baked potato! My favorite part is that I can make the whole recipe to step 4 (stuffing the potatoes), then wrap and refrigerate. Bake the next evening for dinner. Great make ahead for a quick dinner. AND it's delicious.

Even better than the recipe implies

WOW! I made these last night and they were so tasty.
I used Broccoli and monterey jack cheese, as my fan base doesn't care for Swiss or asparagus. It was really tasty. AND it was easy to put together so I wasn't tired and not wainting to eat it by the time dinner was ready.
The potatoes took longer in the microwave than 20 minutes, but maybe mine were larger. I might even just bake them next time, but it was nice to not have to heat up the oven with it being so hot out right now.

Fast, Delicious

I loved everything about this recipe and will make it again and again. But, I did not like how the potatoes were put in the microwave. I like my potatoes firm on the outside and soft on the inside. So, I baked my potatoes lightly rubbed with 1 tsp olive oil, along with a pinch of salt and pepper. Yes, I waited 60 minutes for these to cook @ 425 degrees (flip half way in between), but after removing from the over, letting rest for 10 minutes and proceeding, all was yummy!

All the ingredients we perfect for the flavor.
My potato with the top included. I shared with my friends on my blog @
Substitute the ham

I substituted the ham for chicken-apple sausage and it was amazing! It tasted like the perfect spring dinner. Everyone in the family loved it.

Quick yummy and filling

I used cheddar instead of Swiss and baked the potatoes in the oven to get crispy skins. Really good and easy.


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