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These Shepherd’s Pie Stuffed Baked Potatoes take a traditional comfort food dish and give it a creative new spin by turning it on its side and stuffing baked potatoes with the casserole’s traditional filling. When you stuff loaded baked potatoes with ground beef and vegetables and top them with melted cheese, you transform a plain potato into a whole dinner in the blink of an eye. This quick and simple supper plan is sure to become a new favorite in your house.

This delicious dish for loaded baked potatoes is quite popular, and for good reason. The traditional dish of comfort food is simplified here to make it even more accessible. It should come as no surprise that no one can say no to the hearty combo of beef and potatoes. Adding a delicious sauce, vegetables, and melted cheese only makes it even better. It will quickly become one of your most preferred simple family meals that both children and adults will like.



Large-sized potatoes; I used 4.
Lean ground beef; you’ll need 500 grams for 4 servings.
A medium chopped onion.
1 crushed garlic clove.
To season, use salt and pepper.
A 6-ounces can.Of tomato paste.
« Worcestershire sauce » I used 1/4 cup.
1 1/2 Cups.Of beef broth.
2 Cups.Of frozen mixed vegetables.
1 Cup.Of shredded cheddar cheese.



Step 1 – Bake the potatoes in an oven preheated at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for about one hour, or until a fork can easily pierce them. Alternatively, you might cook the food in a microwave for approximately ten minutes, turning it over every five minutes.

Step 2 – While the potatoes are baking, bring a pan up to medium heat, add the ground beef, onion, garlic, and a dash of salt and pepper, and stir to combine.

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Step 3 – Continue to cook until the meat is no longer pink. Cook the beef until it has a browned appearance, breaking it up as you go. Remove and discard any excess oil.

Step 4 – Mix in the Worcestershire sauce, tomato paste, and beef broth with a wooden spoon.

Step 5 – After adding the veggies, bring the mixture to a simmer and continue cooking until it becomes somewhat thicker. Salt and pepper may be added to taste as a seasoning.

Step 6 – Make an “x” on the surface of one potato by slicing it lengthwise and then cutting another slice perpendicular to the first one.

Step 7 – Put the potato on a glass baking dish after you have opened it up by squeezing the edges of the potato. Continue in this manner with the remaining potatoes.

Step 8 – Place some shredded cheese on top of the filling that has been placed in the potatoes.

Step 9 – Place under the broiler for two to three minutes, or return to the oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for about five minutes, until the cheese is melted and gently browned.

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