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  1. #1 garlic and parmesan grfilled Hasselback potatos 
    HR Corporate Scum patriot45's Avatar
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    Wow, I had to dust this forum off! Time to start posting some of the stuff I been making.

    Lets start with this cool tater recipe, first off I've never heard of it but when I saw it, I knew I was making it!!

    Ok I started with those cool Salmon sausages my son got me, no science here. Simmered them in white wine and seafood stock for 20 mins and threw them on the grill to brown up. Also sauteed some onions, peppers and mushrooms.

    Ingredients
    4 Large Baking Potatoes
    2 Tablespoons Olive Oil (or More Depending On How Large The Potatoes Are)
    3 cloves Garlic, Coarsely Chopped ( I chopped more than that!)
    ¼ cups Parmesan Cheese, Grated
    4 teaspoons Dried Thyme
    Salt And Pepper, to taste

    Preparation Instructions
    1. Bring grill temperature to medium-high and oil the grill grate.

    2. Cut a thin slice from the bottom of each potato to ensure that the potato won’t roll around on you when cutting. Cut into the potato vertically leaving about 1/3 of an inch at the bottom. If you would like, place the potato between two wooden spoons to stop you from cutting all the way through the potato. Repeat this cut every 1/8 of an inch until you have reached the end of the potato. Repeat with remaining potatoes.

    3. Rinse potatoes under cool water, fanning out the cuts to rinse out the slices. Place potatoes on a microwaveable plate cut side up. Microwave for 5 minutes. Flip potatoes over and microwave for another 5 minutes. Let potatoes cool so that you can comfortably handle them.

    4. Brush potatoes with olive oil making sure to get it into most of the slits for maximum crispiness! Place pieces of garlic into the slices of the potatoes. Sprinkle the tops of the potatoes with Parmesan cheese, thyme, salt and pepper, fanning the slices open as you go.

    5. Place potatoes on grill grate. Cover the grill and cook 20-25 minutes or until center is soft and edges are crispy.\

    The food


    Simple simmer


    Side stuff


    The star of this show!


    Cool! Fan it out!


    Smoosh all the good flavorings down and around


    on the grill


    Ahhhhh! Just the way JB likes it! In the plate!

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    Pat 45 ...

    Everything you make looks so darn good! Not kidding!

    I definitely want to make these potatoes!!!!

    Question ...

    I can do the microwave part, but IF, I were to finish them off in the regular oven ... do you have any idea if maybe 400 deg. for 30 mins or so, would work?

    Hubby uses the stupid Green Egg for everything, and seldom ever fires up the BBQ ... and I would love to make them myself, for folks.

    Please get back when you can. Thanks!

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    Ok thats why gas grills are great! They are always ready! But yes I suppose you could bake them around 400 or so for 20 minutes. BTW they were way good!

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    Wow! Thanks for coming back so soon, am about to turn off this machine, for the night.

    We do have a wonderful gas BBQ ... but the poor thing has been gathering dust/spider webs etc., since he is now into using the ugly great, green egg thing.

    Will try it ahead of time at 400 for about 20 mins or so as you said ... for just the two of us, and see what happens.

    Will then know and be delighted to make them for company.

    They have just GOT to be absolutely delicious with all that garlic and cheese etc. BTW ... I also, always put way more chopped garlic than the recipe calls for!

    Thanks again!
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    I always put more garlic than is called for! It's my trademark. After 20 mins stick em with a fork they should be don, enjoy!

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    Those are good looking potatoes.

    Salmon sausage? How was that?
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