Baked potatoes loaded with turkey mince, potato mash and cheese. So tasty and great any night of the week.


Ingredients (serves 4 | makes 8 )

  • 8 Potatoes
  • 400g Ingham's Turkey Mince
  • 1 Vegetable stock cube
  • 1 tbsp Soy sauce
  • 1/2 cup Grated tasty cheese

Method

  1. Brush potatoes with oil and bake in 180 degrees oven for 30-40 minutes (till soft inside)
  2. Brown mince meat with stock cube
  3. Add soy sauce to mince
  4. Cut tops off potatoes and Scoop out. Set aside to make potato mash.
  5. Add mince mixture and top with mashed potato. Sprinkle with grated cheese and bake in oven till brown on top.
  6. Serve with sour cream

Notes... You can use an air-fryer to bake the potatoes, just reduce the cooking time
  • Not one for me but thanks for sharing.

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  • Easy to make with vegetarian mince too.

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  • Sounds like a nice and quick easy dinner

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  • These look and sound so delicious. Very easy to make which is a bonus. I’m sure everyone will love them.

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  • I have never thought of using meat or the air fryer. An amazing idea and the oven is always so dirty from the oil after I make these as I cook them on the racks. The kids will be happy as they will get them more often now

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  • Sounds so good. And I wish I had an air fryer!!!

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  • A bit different. Thanks for the recipe. Must give it a go.

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  • Easy to make and looks amazing. Love to try this recipe

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  • I suddenly felt hungry when I looked at this recipe! YUM!

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  • Looks lovely ! We love baked potato’s and the nice thing is that you can vary with so many fillings. It never bores.

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  • These would definitely become a favourite in our home.

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  • oh I love a loaded potato – there was once a baked potato shop called Praities in Tasmania – I would have one at least once a week! man loaded potatos are the best – thank you for sharing your recipe – :)

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  • i like the idea of putting it in the potato.

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  • have never tried them with turkey before, i could eat baked spuds till they come out my ears!

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  • Not a big turkey fan but they look great. I have not made these in years.

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