5.18.2014

hungarian twice-baked potatoes + blog tour summary


Growing up, my mother used to make mashed potatoes loaded with caramelized onions and paprika. This is a complete comfort food for me and when my kids asked for twice-baked potatoes, I was instantly reminded of those potatoes.

When I think of traditional twice-baked potatoes, I have flashbacks of lots of cheese, butter and bacon. Loaded with fat. The beautiful thing about these potatoes is that they are flavorful without all the added fat. I also added spinach to my filling to increase the nutritional element. Very happy I did! The kids loved it and this is a wonderful version of a baked potato. 

Use an ice cream scoop to remove the inside of the baked potatoes, but take care to leave enough potato in the skins to maintain the integrity of the walls of the potatoes, otherwise you'll wind up with a floppy potato skin, one difficult to stuff. 














As I am sure some of you know, my cookbook, Everyday Vegan Eats, hit bookstores and Amazon earlier this week. To launch the book, we are celebrating with a blog tour, one going from Canned-Time to Robin Robertson's Global Vegan Kitchen. Most of the stops along the tour are offering a chance to win my cookbook, so I hope you have maximized your chances of winning by entering every single one!

Along the tour, you've had a chance to sample recipes from the cookbook and I couldn't be happier! 

A word of note, though, many of the giveaways are ending in the next few days, so don't delay. Click the links and enter to win!


TOUR STOPS:







GIVEAWAY ends May 20th.


Photo by Angela McKee



VeggieGirl.com, featuring Scampi Pasta:

GIVEAWAY ends May 19th.








GIVEAWAY ends May 20th.


Photo by Cadry




GIVEAWAY ends May 22nd.


Photo by Tamasin Noyes





GIVEAWAY ends May 22nd. This is a double giveaway in that Robin is giving away my book AND her new More Quick-Fix Vegan cookbook. Win them both!





Oakland Veg featured my Pad Thai recipe:





Mrs. Pine Nuts also wrote up a review on her blog. She was one of my amazing testers and she runs down the dishes she made. Her post is HERE.



If you do not win, don't fret! Either buy your own copy or wait for more giveaways coming next week. GiGi at Veganville and Maggie Muggins at The Vegan Cookbook Aficionado will be our next stop along the blog tour, with giveaways at both stops.

As a reminder, if you haven't entered the giveaway for Tamasin Noyes' and Celine Steen's Vegan Finger Foods cookbook, make sure to enter HERE.






I am linking to these recipe parties: The blogs hosting Healthy Vegan Fridays are Suzanne at Hello Veggie, Anna at Herbivore Triathlete, and Kimmy at Rock My Vegan SocksI’ve also decided to submit this dish to What I Ate Wednesday hosted by Peas and Crayons. 






I am linking to these recipe parties: Healthy Vegan FridaysWhat I Ate Wednesday and Virtual Vegan Linky Potluck. 
 




5 comments:

  1. This looks so good! I love good baked potatoes but your filling is so unique and I bet it tastes amazing!

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    1. Thank you, Ami! Hope you get the chance to try it and thank you for visiting!

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  2. OMG! Your Twice Baked Potatoes look amazing! WOW! I will check out the other sites, too! YAY!

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    1. Awww! Thank you, Jennifer! Hope you are doing well!

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  3. My potato boats are never that neat. Those are beautiful :) I have a friend who couldn't remember the name of the twice baked potatoes his mom made so we all wound up calling them "do it again potatoes."

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