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2005/08/02 12:02:40 (permalink)
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Fillings for Baked Potato

I love my ‘jacket spuds’ but I only ever have Cheese & beans which I know isn’t the healthiest option. I do love Tuna but the idea of Tuna on a baked potato really doesn’t appeal to me (not sure why, maybe because it will be so dry?!?). I have also had corned beef & beans in the past but thats about as adventurous as I've got thus far!!!

Any suggestions & ideas on what to have on a baked Potato? What are your favourite fillings?
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    m12_shakes
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    RE: Fillings for Baked Potato 2005/08/02 12:19:08 (permalink)
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    seasoned sweet corn, mushrooms and peppers + cheese.

    beans are good for you.....(depending on your goals)

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    RE: Fillings for Baked Potato 2005/08/02 12:37:22 (permalink)
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    tuna mayo and sweetcorn is always good. Chicken mayo is another good one.

    A nice easy option would be cottage cheese
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    RE: Fillings for Baked Potato 2005/08/02 12:41:22 (permalink)
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    I always have tuna , beans and a bit of cheese -I think it goes well together I probably should try the cottage cheese as I have been wanting to include it in my diet but dont like it on it's own much.

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    RE: Fillings for Baked Potato 2005/08/02 13:58:42 (permalink)
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    we get loads of different quark types here. I absolutely love the low fat "fruhlingsquark" in baked potatoes. It's basically just low fat quark with chives and parsley, maybe a touch of salt and pepper. It's yummy. I had two steaks with salad and baked potato (wuith fruhlingsquark) last night.



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    RE: Fillings for Baked Potato 2005/08/02 14:03:44 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: The Graduate

    tuna mayo and sweetcorn is always good. Chicken mayo is another good one.

    A nice easy option would be cottage cheese


    That's what I was gonna say - you beat me to it!! Good ol' tuna, mayo and sweetcorn ROCKS!
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    RE: Fillings for Baked Potato 2005/08/03 10:31:59 (permalink)
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    thing is I dont like mayo (yuck!), Mushrooms, sweetcorn (could possibly eat it at a push) or cottage cheese :(

    god i wish i liked a greater variety of foods!
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    RE: Fillings for Baked Potato 2005/08/03 11:20:23 (permalink)
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    I do love Tuna but the idea of Tuna on a baked potato really doesn’t appeal to me (not sure why, maybe because it will be so dry?!?).


    add salad cream to this mix and it's great, not dry at all

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    RE: Fillings for Baked Potato 2005/08/03 13:55:18 (permalink)
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    you got to try quark, add some chives and parsley and it rocks, great protein source.

    It also helps to lower the GI level of a baked potato.



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    RE: Fillings for Baked Potato 2005/08/03 15:20:46 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: RedDragon

    thing is I dont like mayo (yuck!), Mushrooms, sweetcorn (could possibly eat it at a push) or cottage cheese :(

    god i wish i liked a greater variety of foods!


    Try chopped tinned tomatoes - there's enough juice left over after draining to moisten the tuna.

    In fact, I love mixing a can with some tuna and pasta, sprinkling it with chesse and cooking it in the oven, lid off for a firm top - lovely!
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