Cheesy Bacon Hasselback Potatoes – Hasselback potatoes always look great on a dinner plate. This cheesy version, made with OSCAR MAYER bacon, cheddar and fresh chives, is sure to be a new favorite during all your spring and summer entertaining.
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Slice potato almost but not all the way through. Tuck butter and parmesan pats between potato slices. Bake at 400 until tender (45 min - 1 he). Dribble with sour cream. Shower with grated cheese. Bake again until melted. Lavish with more sour cream and chopped scallion or crumbled bacon or chili or whatever you please.
Crash Hot Potatoes. Boil baby potatoes (I used red) until fork tender. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Drizzle olive oil on a baking sheet, set potatoes on sheet using a potato masher, gently smash each potato down, rotating masher both ways (so it looks like a thick cookie). Drizzle with olive oil, season with salt/pepper sprinkle cut fresh herbs and garlic over each. THEN top with some lovely grated Parmesan cheese. Bake for 20 minutes