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Bologna Cups

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  • In a large skillet (I prefer my cast-iron), melt a little butter and fry the bologna with the rind on (the red thing around the outside of the slice), only on one side. You'll notice it will start to "cup up".
  • While the bologna is frying, make your instant potatoes according to the directions and your taste. You will want them to be creamy, but stiff so that they won't run off the bologna.
  • When the bologna has "cupped" and is fried enough to your satisfaction, set aside on a large plate. Carefully remove the "rind" without tearing up the bologna. It will relax a bit but that's okay. Put a large scoop of potatoes on top of each bologna "cup", add onions and/or chives (if you don't like onions, it eats just as well without), and top with a slice of American cheese or a generous helping of shredded cheddar cheese.
  • Pop in the microwave long enough to slightly melt the cheese, or you can even put in the oven to brown the cheese. Then eat!

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Very simple, quick, and very delicious. This is a great dinner idea for when you don't have time to thaw out meat or for those times you forgot to set something out. Great for weekends, served with a salad, because you already have your meat and veggie!

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