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Bread Bowl Melting Cheese and Baked Potatoes

Baked potatoes and pork meat go hand in hand, right? But for those days when you’re trying to cut off meat from your menu, you can make this special Camembert dip to serve with your potatoes. It’s delicious, but indulge with care!

Baked potatoes and pork meat go hand in hand, right? But for those days when you’re trying to cut off meat from your menu, you can make this special Camembert dip to serve with your potatoes. It’s delicious, but indulge with care!

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Ingredients

3 potatoes
vegetable oil
sea salt
8 ounces of camembert cheese
1 cob loaf

Ingredients

Steps

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Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F/180 degrees C.

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Peel and slice the potatoes.

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On a baking tray, set a parchment paper.

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Put the potato slices on the parchment paper.

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Drizzle some vegetable oil over them. Sprinkle it with sea salt.

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Bake for 25 minutes.

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Cut the top of the bread and scoop the crumb, without damaging the crust.

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Cut the top layer of skin from the Camembert cheese.

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Put the Camembert cheese into the loaf. Cover it with the top of the bread.

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Bake the cheese in the loaf for 10 minutes to 400 degrees F/220 degrees C.

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Dip the fried potatoes into the melted Camembert cheese, while it is still warm.

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Nutritional Chart

630 kcal
Calories
44 g
Carbs
30 g
Protein
37 g
Fat

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Raluca Cristian

I’m Raluca and I just peeled a peach before eating it, and I swear it tasted like the nectar of the gods. When it comes to cooking, I only have one rule: do whatever it takes to turn the whole thing into an enjoyable experience. When I was a little girl, I dreamed of cooking for sailors. Not because I loved food, but because I was madly in love with my godfather, who worked on a ship. But, as they say, love lasts three years, and I took a different path: I became a journalist who enjoys food, traveling, and hiking in nature. I usually cook for myself and my daughter, but my favorite meal is the one I'm having on a mountain peak, even if it's just a sandwich and a piece of chocolate.

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