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Love the flavor of this but I cooked the potatoes too long and they went to mush..... my bad. next time I will try not to cook as long or make larger chunks.
Love this recipe and make it every Thanksgiving or Christmas as a side dish. It can be a little too hot for some, but most of us eat it up. Once I opened the crab boil package - it was a nightmare to clean up and even spicier than normal. Now I just make sure I use the crab boil that is in the perforated package and I don't open it.
This is an easy-to-make and delicious potato dish! Using the crab-boil when cooking the potatoes and the cayenne in the "dressing" are the perfect flavor additions to this dish, adding a wonderful zip. The leftovers are great cold, like a yummy potato salad. Thanks for sharing this recipe! Made for the Best of 2008 event
These were delicious. Thanks for the recipe.
This is one of Guy Fieri's, of Food Network's "Guy's Big Bite", recipe. Saw him prepare the potatoes on his show.
Absolutely Fantastic! My hubby is raving about these taters. They are definitely a winner at our house. Thanks for sharing.
Wow, this is a humdinger of a recipe! It falls somewhere between potato salad and a loaded baked potato, and it's delicious. If you're concerned about salt, use unsalted butter since the bacon, crab boil and cheese already contain a good amount. In that regard, I'd wait until after the rest of the recipe is prepared, taste and then add salt only if needed. Likewise if you're sensitive to spice, reduce the amount of cayenne. You're missing out if you don't try this great recipe!
I saw this on Guy Fieri's show. These are "capital 'T' tasty" as he says! Awesome! I used turkey bacon and then added in some extra olive oil when frying up the onion. Since I didn't have crab boil, I used Old Bay seasoning. YUMMY!