World Food Day is celebrated every year on 16 October and being a food blogger and a food lover, I couldn't help celebrating! I hope you did the same too! In case you forgot the World Food Day or  you just did not know it, there is no reason to worry as you can celebrate it even now and cook something delicious for you and your loved ones! Actuallly, apart from celebrating this day it is a good opportunity to remember that hunger still exists. There are people who cannot cover  even their basic needs for food and accomondation. These people may live on the other side of the world or next door. It is responsibility for all of us to help them survive! 
But let's go back to our kitchens to cook an appetizer! Stuffed potatoes!

4 servings
2 medium potatoes
50 g. broccoli 
1 egg
100 gr. gruyere
100 gr. cream cheese


Wash the potatoes thoroughly. Put your unpeeled potatoes in a pan with boiling and salted water. Water should cover them.Your potatoes are done if you encounter no resistance when you poke them with a fork. Let them cool before you halve them. Put the broccoli in hot water for two to three minutes. Drain the broccoli and cut into very small pieces. Grate the gruyere. Beat the egg in a bowl. Add the gruyere, the broccoli and the cream cheese to the egg. Toss gently. Salt and pepper. Remove the inside of the potatoes (which you can use to make a great potato salad). Fill the halved potatoes with the filling and bake at 180 degrees Celsius until cheese melts and the egg is cooked.
Serve the potatoes hot!

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