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The way to Bake a Potato on the Gas Grill


Two Takes on a Classic: How to Bake Potatoes on Your Gas Grill

What's the ideal accompaniment to your grilled steak? A baked potato, naturally! In case you associate baking a potato with an oven, then think again. Baking potatoes on the grill alongside your meat creates an effortless meal selection that lets you remain outside and stay away from heating up the kitchen.

Baking potatoes on your gas grill is so straightforward that anybody can do it. In fact, gas grills are perfect for cooking potatoes because the heat is so even. Whether you are a traditional potato eater who likes a steaming baked potato with sour cream, or you're a potato skin lover who likes to score presentation points, you'll be able to grill your potatoes with ease.

Here are two straightforward alternatives for flawless grilled potatoes.

Option 1: The Classic Whole Potato

Following thoroughly washing the potatoes, spread a thin layer of cooking oil on aluminum foil. Use about 1 tbsp. for each potato. The oil will aid keep the potato moist. If you are feeling adventurous, try adding some spices or herbs towards the oil. As an example, it is possible to sprinkle some garlic and pepper or a little cayenne pepper as you spread the oil evenly across the foil.

Wrap every potato individually inside the aluminum foil.

Put the grill on low heat. You may need to begin baking the potatoes prior to you cook the rest of one's meal. They'll stay hot for a number of minutes wrapped in the foil. You can also microwave them ahead of time to decrease cooking time. If you do decide on to microwave, be sure to poke holes within the potatoes with a fork.

You are able to location the potatoes anywhere on the grill, but prevent the hottest part. The leading rack could be the most handy location, reserving the primary shelf for your meat.

Cook for roughly 45 minutes, turning occasionally. Cook with the lid closed. Potatoes are done when a fork is effortlessly inserted into the center, or they feel slightly soft when squeezed. Do not overcook.

Selection 2: Crispy Potato Halves

If you are thinking about a prettier presentation, quicker cook time, and crispy skins, attempt these easy steps:

Slice the potatoes in two, lengthwise.

Score the tops of the potatoes to produce a grid pattern that makes a good presentation and speeds grill cooking time.

Brush the tops of the potatoes with cooking oil. Sprinkle seasonings (herbs, spices, salt, pepper, and so on.) to taste. Location skinside down on the top shelf of the grill.

Cook for about 30 minutes.

Follow these simple actions to bake a conventional foil wrapped potato, or a crispy open-faced potato. Try both recipes for variety. Either way, you'll produce a tasty side dish that may complement your steak, chicken, or other meat. Throw your vegetables on the grill, too, and you'll have a best meal all cooked in one place with straightforward clean-up.

 


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