Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Steak and Loaded "Faked" Potatoes

My wonderful husband grilled up some London broil for dinner. He marinated it for about 24 hours and boy was it delicious and tender. And he cooked it perfectly—medium rare to medium. I was in charge of sides. I opened a can of green beans and sprinkled them with some Parmesan cheese just to fancy them up a bit. I had some leftover bacon and sour cream to use up and I was planning on making some type of potatoes so I just threw it all together. I boiled the potatoes, fried up the bacon, added some butter, and sour cream, and there you have it—Loaded "Faked" Potatoes! Bacon does make everything better.

Loaded "Faked" Potatoes
4 - 6 small russet potatoes (cut into quarters)
6 slices bacon (fried)
1/4 cup shredded cheese
2 tablespoons butter
4 tablespoons sour cream
salt and pepper to taste

Boil potatoes until soft, but not mushy.
Drain potatoes.
Salt and pepper potatoes to taste.
Top with cheese, butter, sour cream, and bacon.

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