Greek Twice Baked Potatoes are an ingenious combination of baked potatoes and Greek salad. Feta and Tzatziki also make this dish really...
My husband. He tries so hard.
And by that I mean, he tries REALLY hard to help me come up with ideas for new recipes.
The problem is, he just isn’t very creative.
And, to clarify, but “isn’t very creative” I mean he can’t even draw a proportionate stick figure.
It’s actually really endearing.
Until I ask him what I should make next and, WITHOUT FAIL, he thinks of something with the EXACT same flavours that I used the day before. Example conversation:
Me: “Hey babe, help me think of something to create today. What do you think would be tasty?”
Him: “OHMYGOODNESS, I’VE GOT IT! You should TOTALLY make some chocolate coconut cookies! They would be HYOOGE!”
Me “I just made chocolate coconut cheesecake. Yesterday.”
Him: “Oh ya. I got nothin.”
WHOMP WHOMP WHOMP.
How-ev-er, sometimes, that man surprises me. Today was one of those days.
These stuffed potatoes are NOWHERE near what I originally had planned. I had planned the potato part, but what I was thinking about also involved goat cheese…because I will find any reason to cram ANYTHING full of that stuff.
But THEN, out of nowhere, he goes, "You know what would be good? GREEK stuffed potatoes."
BING BING BING. I think we have a WINNER.
I can’t lie. I was in shock. I hadn’t even made Greek food the day before.
I was even a little proud. <3.
Ok, I’ll stop with the sap. Sap and potatoes just don’t go. I get it.
Now, these potatoes, they are as easy as 1, 2, 3:
- Bake Potatoes
- Mix aforementioned potatoes with homemade Tzatziki goodness and Feta-cheesy nummy nums.
- Top with Greek salad.
3 steps is all it takes to go on a taste-bud-ular trip to Greece.
It’s a heck of a lot cheaper than a plane ticket too.
AND you don’t have to get up at hours that we shall not name, to catch a flight.
See, these potatoes have yo’ BACK.
And, you know what they say?
When a potato has your back….
You eat it.
I may have made that up though.
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