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Last minute decision.  I was suffering Kamado withdrawals.


All it took was an idea and A bit of inspiration from a YouTube video by the legend that is John Setzler. YouTube below....


This is a SUPER simple thing to accompany any meal, or even have it as your main...

Gather and mix my variation of ingredients. The usual suspects , Lanes Garlic rub , Stubbs Bar-B-Q rub, Chilli flakes , salt pepper and olive oil.


Sliced the potatoes , closest thing I had to the "guides" were a couple wooden of spoons. At the end of the day , just make sure not to slice all the way through. You are just trying to create even slices , that leave about 5mm or so at the bottom so it stays connected etc.


Seemed to work OK. Now just time to baste the potatoes with the mixed ingredients. And get them into the Kamado Joe preheated to ~220c (425f)


And they turn out spectacular....



 The method I followed, courtesy of the YouTube video below.


 Preheat your grill to 425°F and setup for indirect cooking. Combine the baste ingredients. Prepare your potatoes as shown in the video and then baste with the oil and seasonings. Place in a grease iron pan (I just used a baking pan) and cook on the grill for 30 minutes. Baste with remaining oil and seasoning mixture. Cook for another 20 minutes. Sprinkle sea salt and grated parmesan cheese on the tops to taste and cook for another 10 minutes. Remove from the grill and cool for 10 minutes... serve HOT!

Enjoy !!


Joe on !!


Thanks for looking in - all pics in my blog <https://kamadoblog.wordpress.com/2018/02/03/kamado-joe-hassleback-potatoes/>





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