Three Sweet Potatoes on Burlap

Let’s prepare the ultimate loaded potato bar. Our bar is going to be fun, economical, nutritious and easy to make last but not least our bar will allow your guest to be creative using baked russet and yams.


Try to get potatoes around the same size.  Wash the potatoes under lukewarm water using a vegetable brush, poke holes, with a fork all over the potatoes.  Wrap the potatoes in aluminum foil. Put the potatoes into a large heavy pot.  Fill the pot with enough water to cover the potatoes.  Bring the water to a rapid boil then turn the heat down to medium heat.  Start testing the potatoes for doneness in 45 minutes.  The potatoes are done when you can pierce them easily with a fork or soft to the touch. Leave the potatoes in the pot, until you are ready to hand them out to your guest.

POTATO TOPPINGS: salt, fresh cracked black pepper, whatever cheeses you like (cheddar, blue cheese, jack, feta), butter, yogurt, sour cream, green onions, red onions, chili, bacon, BBQ pulled pork, rotisserie chicken, brisket, roasted garlic, smoked salmon, pepperoni, broccoli, mushrooms, hard-boiled eggs, sun-dried tomatoes, fresh jalapenos, guacamole, pesto, cilantro, brown 30-weight gravy, ranch dressing, blue cheese dressing, red and verde salsa.


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