You know what I hate? When you eat up all of the first layer of your baked potato and your next bite is dry and gross. I set about to solve this little problem cause, that’s kinda what I do. So, boom, I came up with this super easy baked potato sauce.
The Big Idea
Sometimes a taste memory will just pop into my mind. There is a restaurant in Cheyenne, Wyoming called Little Philly. They make fried pierogi and serve it along side of a big scoop of sour cream with melted butter poured on top and lemon pepper sprinkled on top of that. The result is pretty amazing and I’m pretty sure that all my Cheyenne peeps are thinking about getting in the car and going to get some right now!
Well, I could make my own pierogi but that’s a whole lot of trouble. Or, I could make something that tasted kinda the same and was super easy. Yeah, let’s go with easy.
Let’s Do This
The ingredients are pretty simple and you probably already have them. I use giant, russet potatoes. We can always eat half for lunch the next day and sometimes, that’s all my daughter wants for dinner.
Salted butter is a controversy. Really, do tell. Well, lots of restaurant chefs say to never use salted butter because you want to be able to season precisely. Lots of home cooks, including this one, used salted butter because it’s delicious.
Any sour cream will do but I’m not crazy about the “lite” versions. It seems like the more processed food is, the worse it is for you. They have to further process full fat foods to make them low-fat, so I’m sticking with all the fat.
This is the lemon pepper they have at my grocery store. I’m sure there are some lemon pepper aficionados out there who have recommendations. LPAs (Lemon Pepper Aficionados) if you’re out there, please leave your top picks in the comments.
Good Life Wife Baked Potato Sauce
Buttery, creamy sauce for baked potatoes.
- Butter, softened 3/4 cup
- Sour cream 3/4 cup
- Salt 1 teaspoon
- Lemon Pepper 1 1/2 teaspoon
In a bowl, mix all ingredients well. Top baked potatoes with a generous dollop of sauce and enjoy every bite!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 392 Total Fat: 43g Saturated Fat: 26g Trans Fat: 2g Unsaturated Fat: 13g Cholesterol: 117mg Sodium: 1152mg Carbohydrates: 2g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 2g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 1g
A great way to make this a bit “healthier” is to use plain greek yogurt instead did sour cream. The taste and texture is incredibly similar if you don’t use the fat free kind. Then, you reap the benefits of a higher protein sauce rich with probiotics. Win-win!
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Anxious to try this, especially excited abut. Replaceing yoghurt for cream.