Bakt potet med norzola og chili

 

from Verdens Gang

Baked potato with chili and norzola

What is norzola?

Norzola, Norwegian blue cheese developed with Italian Gorgonzola as a model.

The taste is aromatic and rich. Suitable very well in hot dishes such as pasta and pizza sauces, dips, soups, sauces and cheese creams.

800 g regular sized potatoes
4 tablespoons olive oil
salt and chili seasoning
1 red bell pepper into cubes
2 tomatoes into cubes
1 red onion into cubes
100 g crumbled norzola

Fresh herbs (eg. Rosemary, basil, thyme) to garnish

Wash the potatoes well and cut them lengthwise. Put potatoes in a casserole dish and the Sprinkle over the oil. Season with salt and chili spices, and turn around so that the oil and spices are evenly distributed over the potatoes.

Add the potatoes to the cut surface is up. Cook the potatoes in the oven at 200 degrees until tender (about 20 min.)

Mix the paprika, tomato, red onion and cheese. Spread mixture on potatoes and gratin in the oven at 225 degrees until the cheese is slightly melted.

Sprinkle with herbs and serve.

This potato right tastes good to powerful meat dishes or delicious as a quick bite.

This serves as a reference very much. The baked potato in Japan is monotonous. The idea of the topping is not enough in Japan. Though there is the example of many topping to a Japanese-style dish…  Perhaps it makes Japanese potato food poverty.

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