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Unread 01-28-2013, 12:05 PM   #1
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Arrow Spicy Armadillo Potatoes

I've been asked a on here before about our Armadillo Potatoes that we cook for sides from time to time, and have posted the recipe on my blog.

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Unread 01-28-2013, 12:24 PM   #2
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Bookmarked! I'm doing this on my kettle instead of the oven though...
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Bookmarked! I'm doing this on my kettle instead of the oven though...
I've smoked some potatoes before, but never tried to grill any any my food. Might have to try it out.
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I've done taters lots of times on the kettle. I just treat it like an oven with smoke, and run it about 325, with the taters on the cool side.
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I've done taters lots of times on the kettle. I just treat it like an oven with smoke, and run it about 325, with the taters on the cool side.

Same here, when people ask how do I grill something that's normally cooked in an oven. They always feel dumb when I say the exact same way.
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Looks great.
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I have potato envy.
When I was young, the most common and often only variety was called "Delaware" a large knobby delicious potato.
Since them, supermarket managers want only varieties that they think housewives like, glossy uniform pale potatoes with way too much water content and no flavour.
This is my state, other states get loads of great varieties and it drives me nuts.

I would like to do those, if I ever find a potato that would make it worthwhile.
Looks like a delicious thing to do!
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thanks everyone. we normally spice them up more. you can play with the recipe
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Nice! Thanks for sharing.
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Those look real good, you could do many many variations on that idea.....wheels are turning!
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Thanks everyone for checking out this post. These potatoes shattered my views record in a 24 hour period. I posted the final number up on my blog (yep, gotta whore out for some more views haha)

Thanks again though, cause apparently you all liked it.

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