Shrimp Baked Potatoes

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Loaded baked potatoes are a great side dish or a meal in itself! For this recipe I wanted to change up “surf and turf”. Usually surf and turf involves a land animal the ‘turf” paired well with seafood with “surf”. Instead of just throwing everything together on a plate in a pool of garlic butter I decided to just load up the potatoes! For this recipe I went with shrimp but it would actually do well with scallops and crab as well. If you’re not making this for steak night and just want to have some fun loading potatoes try out some other fun combinations like ham and cheese, broccoli and cheese. Or make it a sweet potato throw in candied nuts and dried fruits, or keep it savory with black bean, corn and quinoa. Whatever crazy combination you choose make sure to check out my tips and tricks below. Try this recipe out and let me know what you think.

start in the microwave: i don’t know about anyone else but i don’t have time to wait 3 hours for potatoes to bake. So i generally shortcut all my potatoes that aren’t initially being boiled and i pop them in the microwave. I like to poke them with a fork all over then wrap them in plastic wrap. 4-6 minutes depending on the size. Then i brush them in oil and season the skin generously and roast them for about 20 minutes. nobody can even tell the difference! and you have perfectly cooked potatoes every time.

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