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Even your mother-in-law will like it: how to cook potatoes for dinner in an unusual way

Erika IlyinaFood
Stuffed potatoes. Source: wz

Stuffed potatoes are a dish that resembles cabbage rolls in some ways, but tastes completely different. This dish is so tasty and original that even the most picky people, such as your mother-in-law, will love it.

The recipe for stuffed potatoes was shared on Instagram by a food blogger with the nickname receptuk.ua. This is a dish that is really worth paying attention to.

Even your mother-in-law will like it: how to cook potatoes for dinner in an unusual way

Ingredients:

  • Potatoes
  • Minced meat
  • Carrots
  • Onions
  • Mushrooms
  • Tomato paste or ketchup
  • Sour cream
  • Salt
  • Pepper

How to cook:

1. Choose potatoes of the same size. Peel and make indentations inside with a special tool for vegetables.

Even your mother-in-law will like it: how to cook potatoes for dinner in an unusual way

2. Cut the onion and mushrooms into small pieces, and grate the carrots. Fry the vegetables and mushrooms in a frying pan with a little oil.

3. Mix the roast with the minced meat, add salt and pepper. You can also add your favorite spices and herbs.

4. Put the minced meat in the holes of the potatoes and put them in the pan tightly together, like cabbage rolls.

Even your mother-in-law will like it: how to cook potatoes for dinner in an unusual way

5. In a separate container, mix salt, pepper, sour cream, tomato juice, or ketchup to taste. Add water.

Even your mother-in-law will like it: how to cook potatoes for dinner in an unusual way

6. Pour over the potatoes so that they are completely covered with the liquid. Cover and simmer over low heat for 40 minutes.

Even your mother-in-law will like it: how to cook potatoes for dinner in an unusual way

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