Black Bean Salsa Stuffed Potato Wedge

Many people like stuffed potato wedges. In fact, they have several good utilities. First, recommend that you create potato wedges out of left over potatoes. They’re delicious as an appetizer to boot!

You can also use your left over potato chips to create the delicious baked potatoes with cheese and sour cream for a great afternoon snack. Start by placing half lengthwise out of the potatoes. Then place a half inch of cheese on each side of the wedge and top with a little of the remaining potato. Secure with toothpicks. You can bake the wedges in an oven for about an hour or until cheese is melted.

The second way to prepare the popular baked potato wedges is to use a good quality Libbey tortilla shell, cut into wedges, and fill with desired amount of salsa. Place half of the salsa over the tortilla shell and stick it in the microwave for thirty seconds. When you feel that it’s ready, serve up with some crackers, and enjoy.

If you want to try something different than the traditional stuffed potato wedges, then go with the second recipe for the classic baked sweet potatoes. This recipe includes shredded cheese and jalapeno peppers. Start by preparing the potatoes by washing them and cutting off the hard skin. Using a food processor or blender, chop up the potatoes and add seasonings such as cheddar, chili powder, oregano, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper. Heat a large skillet until hot and then add the softened cheese and jalapenos.

In order to prepare the salsa, place half of the salsa in a small bowl. Add tomatoes, bell pepper, onions, cilantro, chopped dried chili, and chopped fresh cilantro. Stir to mix well. Then take your second serving of mashed potatoes and place it in the same skillet. Scrape the bottom of the skillet so as not to drop the cheese over the end. When the cheese is melted, add it to the salsa and mix well.

Place half of the second serving of the black bean salsa on top of each one of the seven sprinkle rest of the cheese. When the cheese begins to melt, add the tomatoes, bell pepper, onions, and cilantro to the mix. Cover for about five minutes. When done, remove the covers and place in the oven for about at least fifteen minutes until cheese is melted. Then remove the pot from the oven and serve with sour cream and tortilla chips.

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