"This recipe uses roasted garlic Parmesan sauce and fresh steamed broccoli to make a delicious filling for stuffed potatoes." — Janice Unfried
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1 small head
broccoli, cut into florets
salt and pepper to taste
roasted garlic and parmesan cheese sauce (such as Ragu®)
Great recipe. I added 1/4 c parm, 1/2 cup fat free sour cream and 1 tbsp, garlic powder. Very fast and easier than I thought!
This was pretty good, though I think sounded better in theory than it actually was, to me. I used garlic alfredo sauce, not sure if that's what was mean by parmesan cheese sauce, but I'm guessing so... I made only two potatoes but used the 3 tbsp of sauce and it was a little dry. I also added shredded mozzarella to the potato/broccoli mixture. I'd make something like this again, but with tweaks.. I'm not sure I liked the sauce in the mixture.
I used 1/4 cup parmesan cheese, a tablespoon of garlic powder, and I added 2 tablespoons of mayo. This was excellent!
Very nice. I made a few modifications...
I used new potatoes with thin skins. I slit the skins with a knife and then mashed them coarsely with the skins on.
For the sauce. Simmer 2T butter and 1T minced garlic in microwave while potatoes are cooking. I added a little milk as well freshly grated parmesan making about 1/3 cup of sauce.
Top with grated parmesan and baked for 30 minutes in a souffle dish. (any small casserole will do)
i just started to cook and this recipe was very easy and simple to do. i used small red potatos and instead of garlic and cheese sauce i just put a lil garlic powder and alredy shredded cheese. it came out great!
I cut the microwaved potatoes in half and lined the bottom of a buttered cassarole dish. Mixed the steamed veggies with a red pepper roux, layered that on top of the potatoes. Then topped with shredded cheddar, mozz, and parm. OMG! Thanks for the recipe. Took it and ran with it.
Wow, this was different and very good. We served it with fish. I followed one of the other reviewers recipes for the parmesan sauce - mayo, parmesan and garlic but I also added some milk. I also didn't have time to scoop the potato out of the skin, so I just put the broccoli and sauce over the potato halves - loved it!
The kids snarfed this up and wanted a lot more. A success! I made my own cheese sauce, as we don't have that sort of sauce in a jar in Germany. It was yummy and low fat too.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Parmesan and Broccoli Stuffed Potatoes
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 24
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