Loaded Jackets.

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You can do these in advance for busy days.
As long as you have spuds you can always rustle up a meal.
You can stuff these with anything you like, the combinations are endless.

Large potatoes,  as few or as many as you need,
Chorizo, again as much as you need, chopped small
Onion,
Garlic,
Cheese, grated.

Salt & oil your spuds
You can micro first to make it quicker
Then into hot oven, cook till crispy on the outside and soft inside.
Whilst spuds baking, fry your chorizo, onion and garlic, the chorizo releases a lovely oil.
Take out spuds, let cool.
Cut in half and scoop flesh, and mix chorizo, onion, garlic into the spud flesh.
Scoop back into skins.
Add grated cheese on top.
Back into oven for 10 minutes, gas mark 7.

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Author: Miki's Meals On A Budget

My name is Miki, and I live healthily on a budget, I am not a vegetarian but do have many meat free days, I have a lot of love for beans, pulses, lentils and veg, so you will see many meals posted based around these ingredients. I will also post meat and fish recipes. I spend no more than £30 per week for 2 full time adults, plus my 2 elderly inlaws evening meals (I do meals on wheels for them) and my granddaughter a couple of days a week...I love food especially savory food and curries, but I do have to watch my weight so many of my recipes will be low in fat, with the odd pie thrown in lol.

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