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Baked potatos

EdEd Posts: 123
edited 10:02PM in EggHead Forum
Getting ready to put on ribs.
I would like to do baked potatos along with them.
Any suggestions on time and temp for baked potatos?
Thanks for the help===Ed

Comments

  • willmwwillmw Posts: 41
    Ed,
    I usually do fairly large potatoes. For these I do about 1.25 to 1.5 hours (depending on size) at about 300. I've done smaller ones (fist size) for about an hour. All I do is moisten with olive oil and dust with salt and put the directly on the grid around the edges.

  • willmw, do the potatoes have a smokey flavor? Or are they similar to doing them in a conventional oven? Please advise.

  • EdEd Posts: 123
    willmw;
    Followed your directions, and they turned out perfect.
    Thanks.

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