Three medium russet potatos pierced and microwaved for three minutes on each side. then cut in half, broken up a little by inserting a fork and twisting. Then coated with peanut oil and adding a dusting of coarse salt. Placed offset a full chimney of briquettes in the charcoal baskets on the opposite side of the grill.
Close lid and come back 30 minutes later. Rebrush on some peanut oil and put a little char on some jalapeno halves. Place some chopped up onions on the potato crisps.
Next place the charred jalapeno halves on the potatos and cover with shredded Mexican cheese. cover and let the cheese melt in.
So cheap, so delicious, so easy you gotta add it into your BBQ repertoire.
First Pierce the russet potatoes a bunch of times and toss them in the microwave for three minutes. then flip them over and put them in for another three minutes.
Carefully take them out and use a paper towel or basting brush to brush on some EVOO. Next crush some Atlantic Saltworks coarse salt on top(this will create a nice crust).
Fire up the pit and let the coals get good and hot vents wide open.
Tear off a piece of aluminum foil to place the potatoes on so they don’t burn and leave them on for about 45 minutes.
The outside skin will be nice and crispy and the inside fluffy just waiting to bathe in butter and/or sour cream and/or cheddar melting cheese and/or bacon bits and/or chopped up jalapenos and/or… you get the picture.