Yield: Yields 24 pieces.
You can also twice-bake little fingerling potatoes, and they’ll look just like miniature baked potatoes. The round shape of Yukon Golds, however, makes those potatoes much easier to hollow out.
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Make Ahead Tips
You can stuff the potatoes up to two days ahead as long as you wrap them in plastic wrap and refrigerate them; bring them to room temperature before the second baking.
These are good, and I have made them several times, but there's always something about them that is just a little bit off, that keeps them from being really great. Definitely worth trying, though, can be a bit of work to put them together.
I have made this recipe many times for parties and it's always a big hit.I use a melon baller to scoop out the potatoes. Then after mashing and mixing with other ingredients, I scoop it into a plastic bag and pipe it directly into the hollowed out potatoes. This method goes a lot faster than spooning it in and they come out looking nicer.
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