At 350 degrees, how long would ground beef need to cook inside a potato.

Don't know why, but I am craving making a baked potato with beef inside. The appeal to me is all the juices soaking into the potato as it bakes. Oddly I can't find any recipes for clearly this great idea. I remember in boy scouts cooking beef inside an onion this way in a fire. But nothing about potato. If I cut a potato in half, removed some of the inside, put a ball of seasoned ground beef inside, then pushed it all together (Foil, toothpicks?) and baked it at 350, do you think the ground beef would cook by the time the potato was done? If not how long should I cook. submitted by /u/Evilsbane [link] [comments]

Don't know why, but I am craving making a baked potato with beef inside. The appeal to me is all the juices soaking into the potato as it bakes.

Oddly I can't find any recipes for clearly this great idea. I remember in boy scouts cooking beef inside an onion this way in a fire. But nothing about potato.

If I cut a potato in half, removed some of the inside, put a ball of seasoned ground beef inside, then pushed it all together (Foil, toothpicks?) and baked it at 350, do you think the ground beef would cook by the time the potato was done? If not how long should I cook.

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