Jacket potatoes Watch

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What oh what can i have on my pots?
Usually i have beans and cheese, but i feel like i need to broaden my horizons and experiment with different toppings. There's tuna of course, but what else? :eyeball:
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chilli
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tuna and cheese =]
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Beans and Colesaw - that is the shizz :yep: trust . . .lol
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(Original post by pamelaa)
tuna and cheese =]
I agree
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tomato ketchup
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ham beans and cheese. nom.
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Egg mayo or tuna mayo with cheese. I had one last night with haggis!
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Well, I work at a jacket potato shop...

So I suggest:

Chicken curry (we sell a tikka massala (chicken), a red thai chicken curry, and a spinach and mushroom korma, but the tikka massala goes best, with a bit of cheese underneath it)

Prawn mayonnaise

Brie or camembert cheese- make sure it melts!!

Meatballs in a tomato sauce (the kind of sauce you have on pasta)

Coleslaw?

We sell lots and lots and lots more, but everything else would probably be quite difficult to do at home.
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cheese and bacon?
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Beans and cheese is my favourite with lots of salt Or egg mayo. Or even better would be egg mayo, beans and cheese yummmmy.
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Meatballs in chillli sauce with lotsa melted cheese.
OMFG
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Chili is my favourite, either meat or bean is good with a potato and cheese or soured cream.

Left over chicken of any kind is good too, simple roast chicken or spicy mexican style chicken are my favourites.
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What's the best way to do a jacket potato? I just chuck it into the microwave.
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Euuuugh I HATE jacket potatoes. Bleugh
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the usual plus onion chutney, ubeatable
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(Original post by Lady Justice)
Well, I work at a jacket potato shop...
I'm so envious :puppyeyes:
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how do you cook a potato best???
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Cheese and Bacon :yep: Oh yes!
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Fry chopped leeks in butter, then stir through some cream cheese.

Or bake the potatoes, take them out, cut in half, scoop out the flesh, mash it up with fried chopped onions, peppers, bacon etc, then spoon it back into the skins, put it in a dish, sprinkle cheese over the top and put back in the oven for a bit longer. This also tastes surprisingly good with finely chopped mango in it
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