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Rainbow Colored Hasselback Potatoes

Rainbow Colored Hasselback Potatoes

Rainbow Colored Hasselback Potatoes

Do you know where hasselback potato got its name? It is named after a Swedish hotel in Stockholm called Hasselbacken. It is where this fully loaded baked potato originated. It looks like a pull-apart bread because off the pieces that can easily be ripped off.

To make a more beautiful presentation of the hasselback potato, fill each gap with cheese or a colorful vegetable. The result is a stunning rainbow effect.

The author used the following ingredients to represent various colors: diced tomato for red, diced orange pepper for orange, cheddar cheese for yellow, green onion for green, blue cheese for blue (it’s not really blue but since there’s no naturally blue food, it’s the best that you could do!), and red onion for purple.

Rainbow Colored Hasselback Potatoes

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