Stuffed potatoes with meat بطاطس محشية باللحم

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A delicious dish for a different kind of potato.

Servings: 5

Preparation Time: 0.75 hours

Ingredients

1/2 kg minced meat.
1 kg potatoes.
2 onions.
3 tomatoes.
Vegetable oil.
Tomato paste.
Salt and pepper.

Cooking Instructions
Preparing minced meat stuffing

In a pan heat 2 tablespoons oil.
Stir in one onion until yellow.
Add minced meat and stir well, season with salt and pepper.
Cover pan and leave to cook.
Blend tomatoes in a blender with 1/2 cup water.
Dissolve tomato paste in a cup of water.
Heat 2 tablespoons oil over in a saucepan, then add the other onion stiring until golden brown.
Add blended tomatoes and tomato paste and salt and pepper.
Leave to simmer for a couple of minutes.

Preparing potatoes

Peel potatoes and remove the inside.
Fry potatoes in oil until golden, then fry insides that you took out.
Heat oven.
Stuff each potato with about 1 tablespoon of meat stuffing.
In a baking dish, arrange the inside parts of potatoes at bottom of the dish.
Arrange stuffed potatoes in a standing position with their tops facing upwards.
Pour tomato sauce over stuffed potatoes.
Place dish in oven and bake for half an hour.
Serve while hot in same dish.

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Comments

Stuffed potatoes with meat

This would probably be very good if I understood KG and the "Peel potatoes and remove the inside.
Fry potatoes in oil until golden, then fry insides that you took out." Needs to be a little more clear in it's instructions.

stuffed potatoes with meat

Kg is symbol for a Kilogram (Weight), one kilogram is 2.2 pounds so half Kg is approximately one pound. Peel the potatoes, cut off one end of the potato about half inch from the top and scoop out the insides of the potato as much as you can without breaking the 'wall' of the potato. Deep fry the scooped out hollow potato shell and then fry the potato flesh scooped out earlier. I hope that clarifies things a little more, so go ahead and try the dish...it is delicious! .....Vinny

Delicious

I love this dish! It's one of my favorites. I actually plan to add my own recipe to my food blog at http://cooklikeanegyptian.com

For those who don't know 1 kg is approximately 2 lbs so 1/2 kg would be approximately 1 lb. Just over on both actually.

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