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Fully Loaded Potatoes + Dill dressing

Today, I'm sharing with you one of my favorite lunch or dinner recipe ideas - fully staked Potatoes, with the best dressing you can use almost on everything!

This recipe is super filling, easy to perform, and extremely delicious! Hooray to every potato lover!

Take a look at this recipe along with some information about potatoes ;)

Cooked potatoes with skin are a good source of many vitamins and minerals, such as potassium and vitamin C.

Aside from being high in water when fresh, potatoes are primarily composed of carbs and contain moderate amounts of protein and fiber — but almost no fat.

The nutrients found in 2/3 cup (100 grams) of boiled potatoes — cooked with the skin but without salt — are:

  • Calories: 87

  • Water: 77%

  • Protein: 1.9 grams

  • Carbs: 20.1 grams

  • Sugar: 0.9 grams

  • Fiber: 1.8 grams

  • Fat: 0.1 grams

Vitamins and Minerals

Potatoes are a good source of several vitamins and minerals, particularly potassium and vitamin C.

The levels of some vitamins and minerals drop during cooking, but this reduction can be minimized by baking or boiling them with the skin on.

  • Potassium. The predominant mineral in potatoes, potassium is concentrated in the skin and may benefit heart health.

  • Vitamin C. The main vitamin found in potatoes, vitamin C is significantly reduced with cooking — but leaving the skin on appears to reduce this loss.

  • Folate. Concentrated in the peel, folate is mostly found in potatoes with colored flesh.

  • Vitamin B6. A class of B vitamins involved in red blood cell formation, B6 is found in most foods. Deficiency is rare. *source

Find the recipe below!

Prep: 15 min

Cook time: 1 h

Level: easy, medium

Servings: 5 portions

Calories per serving: 351 kcal

Find the recipe & nutrition facts below :


  • 5 huge potatoes

  • 3 medium yellow onions + 1 tsp oil for frying, pinch of salt, and sugar

  • 2 medium tomatoes

  • 1 green onion

  • salt, pepper to taste

For the dressing:


Step 1: Preheat oven to 200 C.

Step 2: Wash and put your potatoes on a baking paper and bake for around 45-50 minutes (or until a toothpick can easily come easily)

Step 3: Meanwhile chop and fry the onions in a tsp of oil, and a pinch of salt and pinch of sugar, fry for around 5-10 minutes until golden brown, stirring occasionally.

Step 4: Chop the green onions and tomatoes, set aside.

Step 5: In a baked potatoes with a fork make a hole, sprinkle some salt and mix it a bit inside, then add in some fried onion, chopped tomatoes and chopped green onions, sprinkle with some salt and black pepper

Step 6: To make our dressing, just mix up all the ingredients. Then pour on top of the potatoes.




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