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Soyer's Potato

A large potato, hole cut in the side and insides scooped out, replaced with sausage-meat or veal stuffing, the hole covered. Baked (Soyer 1845)

Original Receipt in 'A Shilling Cookery for The People' by Alexis Soyer (Soyer 1845);

274. Baked Potato with Sausage (called Soyer's Potato).- Take a large potato and cut out a round piece as big as a shilling, through the potato; put in the scoop and remove some of the inside, fill this with sausage-meat or veal stuffing, cover tho hole with a part of what you cut out, and bake with cut part uppermost.

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