I like a good plain baked potato but sometimes you want to have a little more fun. These come from a famous restaurant in Sweden from what I’ve read online. I also see that in Ireland they’re called accordion potatoes. Whatever you call them, they’re good and not much more work than baking a whole potato.
They have the softness of a baked potato at the bottom but with a crispy cheese and breadcrumb topping and partway down the slices. After scrubbing the baking potatoes, you’ll need to cut them into thin slices but not cut all the way through to the bottom. You can use a pair of chopsticks, like I did, or the handles of two wooden spoons to stop the knife from going all the way through.
You can make these as simple as you’d like with just butter and salt or add some herbs and spices. I used regular homemade bread crumbs and grated Parmesan cheese. I think they’d be great with Panko breadcrumbs, too.