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Stuffed Potatoes
 
Description

It can be difficult to coax your loved ones into eating five servings a day of vegetables (as nutritionists recommend). That's why this recipe cleverly incorporates broccoli into a baked potato. Broccoli is an excellent source of fiber and cancer-fighting antioxidants. Potatoes are a universally loved vegetable loaded with vitamins C and B-6, potassium and fiber. You can make the stuffed potatoes ahead and reheat them when everyone is ready to eat.

 
Ingredients

3 large baking potatoes
2 large stalks broccoli
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
1-2 tablespoons lowfat** milk, rice milk or soy milk
2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese

 
Instructions

1. Scrub the potatoes and make shallow cuts around their middles to make it easier to cut them in half after baking. Bake the potatoes at 400 degrees until soft, about 1 hour, depending on the size of the potatoes.

2. Meanwhile, cut the ends from the stalks of broccoli and peel some of the outer skin off to make the stems more edible. Steam the broccoli until crunchy-tender and bright green. Drain and chop fine.

3. Cut potatoes in half and scoop out the insides into a bowl. Add the salt, olive oil and just enough rice or soy milk to allow you to mash the potatoes into a smooth paste. Add the Parmesan cheese and the chopped broccoli and mix well.

4. Pile the mixture back into the potato shells, arrange on a baking dish and heat them to desired temperature.

** In light of recent research, Dr. Weil no longer recommends reduced-fat dairy products unless you happen to prefer the taste.

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Serves 6

Nutrients Per Serving

Calories: 135.8
Protein: 5.0 grams
Fat: 3.1 grams
Saturated Fat: 0.7 grams
Monounsat Fat: 1.8 grams
Polyunsat Fat: 0.3 grams
Carbohydrate: 23.8 grams
Fiber: 3.6 grams
Cholesterol: 1.6 mg
Vitamin A: 926.8 IU
Vitamin E: 0.6 mg/IU
Vitamin C: 77.1 mg
Calcium: 65.4 mg
Magnesium: 40.0 mg

 

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Side Dish


Stuffed Potatoes
 
Description

It can be difficult to coax your loved ones into eating five servings a day of vegetables (as nutritionists recommend). That's why this recipe cleverly incorporates broccoli into a baked potato. Broccoli is an excellent source of fiber and cancer-fighting antioxidants. Potatoes are a universally loved vegetable loaded with vitamins C and B-6, potassium and fiber. You can make the stuffed potatoes ahead and reheat them when everyone is ready to eat.

 
Ingredients

3 large baking potatoes
2 large stalks broccoli
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
1-2 tablespoons lowfat** milk, rice milk or soy milk
2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese

 
Instructions

1. Scrub the potatoes and make shallow cuts around their middles to make it easier to cut them in half after baking. Bake the potatoes at 400 degrees until soft, about 1 hour, depending on the size of the potatoes.

2. Meanwhile, cut the ends from the stalks of broccoli and peel some of the outer skin off to make the stems more edible. Steam the broccoli until crunchy-tender and bright green. Drain and chop fine.

3. Cut potatoes in half and scoop out the insides into a bowl. Add the salt, olive oil and just enough rice or soy milk to allow you to mash the potatoes into a smooth paste. Add the Parmesan cheese and the chopped broccoli and mix well.

4. Pile the mixture back into the potato shells, arrange on a baking dish and heat them to desired temperature.

** In light of recent research, Dr. Weil no longer recommends reduced-fat dairy products unless you happen to prefer the taste.

Want more healthy, delicious recipes? Join the Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging online guide for access to hundreds of anti-inflammatory recipes and our exclusive eating guides. Sign up today and get 14 days free!


Serves 6

Nutrients Per Serving

Calories: 135.8
Protein: 5.0 grams
Fat: 3.1 grams
Saturated Fat: 0.7 grams
Monounsat Fat: 1.8 grams
Polyunsat Fat: 0.3 grams
Carbohydrate: 23.8 grams
Fiber: 3.6 grams
Cholesterol: 1.6 mg
Vitamin A: 926.8 IU
Vitamin E: 0.6 mg/IU
Vitamin C: 77.1 mg
Calcium: 65.4 mg
Magnesium: 40.0 mg

 

For your free personalized supplement recommendation, visit Dr. Weil's Vitamin Advisor.