So much flavor!!! I used some small russet potatoes as that is all I had and cooked them for about an hour (might have been my oven but we also like our taters crispy). I loved the sweet/spicy combo in this recipe. Definitely a keeper!!!!
Even though they got a little burned on the grill, everyone in my family really enjoyed these! Next time I will do them in the oven. Thanks Poker!
I made these in a foil packet on the grill and they turned out very well. Visually appealing and very tasty except for the women folk. They liked them but complained about the spices being a little too hot. Next time I will adjust the honey and chili powder. A good recipe for barbecues.
I made these for dinner tonight. Super easy to put together, and we just popped them in the oven while we cooked our meat on the grill. 50 minutes and they were done perfectly. While we all enjoyed them, I felt that there was just a little something missing. I ended up topping mine with ketchup. They were good, so I am thinking I was missing salty. I may add some parsley and garlic salt like Lorac. Served with peppers and corn and grilled sausage.
I loved these! I made them on the grill, and I couldn't stop eating them. However, I used my really spicy chili powder (Indian one), and my husband tried the but said they were spicy. Not the recipe's fault cause I grabbed the wrong bottle. However, I made these again in the oven using the other chili powder (Mexican) I have, and he really liked them. I liked them better made in the oven because they had some crispy parts, where on the grill they were more like steamed potatoes. Overall, we liked the seasoning on the potatoes!
Youv'e got to be kidding!! This is such a simple recipe...and such fabulous results!!
I used quick release foil wrapped them tight....we ate every single morsel!! They turned out crispy on the outside...soft and delicious in the middle! DH is already asking when I'm going to make them again!! Thank you for such a great grilling recipe!!
OMG!! IT was amazing! Everyday I'll make this just for the family.
Not the texture I was wanting, but an interesting flavor. I'll try again on the grill sometime.
learned not to make these in a cast iron pan with all the liquids.... burnt the heck out of them at 400 degrees for 40 min. will use glass pan next time or rack on a pan. my bad! or decrease temp to use the cast iron. the few that weren't black tasted really yummy! can't wait for trial number two! thanks Poker!