Midwest-Style Potato Skins

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Dorothy Lynch Home Style Dressing & Condiment is my favorite sweet and spicy condiment!  Dorothy Lynch hails from Nebraska and is a culinary highlight of the Midwest!  These Midwest-Style Potato Skins will be a crowd-pleaser at your social function.  These feature all of my favorite flavors from the Midwest; Smokey Barbecue pulled pork, sweet corn, savory bleu
cheese and a generous amount of sweet Dorothy Lynch drizzled on top!

Every fall Saturday, my husband and three sons like to watch our favorite college football team. We sometimes have friends over to watch the game with us, and sometimes we watch it as a family.  Either way, we like to enjoy snacks together as we watch our favorite team.  You can easily pre-bake the potatoes and pork in advance and assemble the recipe fast before the
game.  Both the pulled pork and the pre-baked potatoes will stay fresh in the refrigerator for up to five days.

The Midwest flavors in this dish include:

Barbecue Pulled Pork- The Midwest is the largest pork-producing area in the county

Sweet Corn- A classic Midwest Food
Bleu Cheese- Locally made in the Midwest
Dorothy Lynch Dressing & Condiment- Dorothy Lynch is my favorite Midwestern condiment. Dorothy Lynch originated in Nebraska in the late 1940s. The recipe was created by a lady named none other than Dorothy Lynch! Dorothy Lynch Dressing & Condiment is sweet with a hint of spice, and it is gluten-free, contains no MSG, cholesterol, or trans fats.  It is sweet and
flavorful, and it tastes delicious on almost any meal you can think of!  You can find some delicious recipes using Dorothy Lynch on their website.  You can also find delicious recipe ideas on their social media channels.  You can find them on Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter.

My husband’s family introduced me to Dorothy Lynch back in 2005 – and have loved it ever since. It is the perfect amount of sweetness to add to a variety of savory meals.   I have been known to bring it with me when I visit my family in Chicagoland because they enjoy it too!  Now you can purchase Dorothy Lynch no matter where you live. Head over to this website to order your bottle online! Head over to this website to order your bottle online! 

Be sure to check out more recipes using Dorothy Lynch!

Dorothy Lynch Meal Prep Grain Bowls

Dorothy Lynch Fish Tacos

Dorothy Lynch Roasted Corn Salad 

Dorothy Lynch glazed Bacon Wrapped Dates.  You can purchase Dorothy Lynch in the size that works well for you!  I like to travel with the 8-ounce bottle and keep the larger sizes handy!

These Potato Skins are easy to make and are a delicious budget-friendly appetizer!

How to Make Potato Skins

  1. Scrub and dry your potatoes.
  2. Poke each potato, rub them with some oil and place them on a baking sheet.  Cook them like you would a baked potato.
  3. Remove them from the oven and let them cool.
  4. Then cut them in quarters and scoop out the potatoes leaving about 1/4 to 1/2 inch of potato around the shell.
  5. Brush the potato skins with oil, salt, and pepper.  Cook them in the oven until they are crispy.
  6. Remove the potato skins from the oven.  Add your toppings.  In this case, pork corn and bleu cheese.
  7. Drizzle with Dorothy Lynch and serve while they are still warm.

Ingredients

  • 6 medium Russet Potatoes
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • sea salt

Toppings

  • 1 cup barbecue pulled pork
  • 1/4 cup crumbled bleu cheese
  • 1 cup corn
  • 1/3 cup Dorothy Lynch Dressing & Condiment or more

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees f

  2. Scrub and dry each potato

  3. Poke each potato, rub them with some oil and place them on a baking sheet.

  4. Cook the potatoes for 30 -40 minutes.

  5. Remove them from the oven and let them cool.

  6. Cut them in quarters and scoop out the potatoes leaving about 1/4 to 1/2 inch of potato around the shell.

  7. Brush the potato skins with oil, salt, and pepper.  Cook them in the oven until they are crispy.

  8. Remove the potato skins from the oven.  Add your toppings.  In this case, pork corn and bleu cheese.

  9. Drizzle with Dorothy Lynch and serve while they are still warm.

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