smoked potatoes
August 5, 2015

Smoked Potatoes Recipe

Roasted potatoes are an easy and delicious side dish folks love. But when you add in bacon and cook potatoes on the smoker, you take them to a new level.

First I take red potatoes and quarter them, then I cook thin sliced bacon and reserve the grease. It’s best to lay your bacon on a cookie sheet and bake it in the oven at 425 for around 15 minutes (or until it get’s brown and crumbly).

Parmesan Garlic Smoked Potatoes

Then you place your quartered potatoes and lay them on the same baking sheet you cooked your bacon, add olive oil and a few spoons of bacon fat and coat with coarse salt, black pepper, parsley and diced garlic.

Now take the cookie sheet with your potatoes and place them on your 300 degree smoker for 1.5 hours. You’ll know when your roasted potatoes are done because they are fork tender.

Parmesan Garlic Smoked Potatoes

Once your roasted potatoes are off the smoker, put them on a serving platter and garnish with Parmesan cheese, chopped green onion and crumbled bacon. These Parmesan Garlic Smoked Potatoes will the star of dinner.

Parmesan Garlic Smoked Potatoes

Malcom Reed
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2 Comments

  1. Bryan Yag says:

    Malcom,

    I was looking around your website for a beef jerky recipe. Any suggestions or are you planning on making a jerky video anytime in the near future?

    Thanks,
    Bryan

    P.S. I followed your turkey recipe for Thanksgiving last year and it changed my world. Thank you.

  2. Eirik says:

    If you are having these with a smoked meat… In your opinion, which works best? Using the same smoke flavors as you are using for the meat or is it better to use a contrasting flavor?

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