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Redneck Spuds

Discussion in 'Side Items' started by redneck69, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. redneck69

    redneck69 Smoking Fanatic

    this is a real simple dish to throw together, i've been makin this for years and have never had a complaint about the flavor (except for how spicy i make them once in a while..lol) This can be modified to please about anyone.

    items needed

    1 bag, baby red spuds

    1 red onion

    1 pack of kilbasa sausage

    1/2 a bell pepper green or red

    2 Tbl sp onion salt

    2 Tbl sp garlic salt

    2 Tbl sp seasoned salt

    1 tbl sp chili powder

    2 cups fresh cheese

    olive oil

    you can add to, or delete any of these spices to suit your taste..i usually toss a lil of everything on my spuds

    i try and guess-ta-mate how many people will be at the function i'm makin these spuds for.  i usually do 1 1/2  spuds per person. 

    quarter out the spuds and chop into thin slices and spread out on a nice size sheet of tin foil.

    chop onion up into small pieces and mix with the spuds on the foil.

    slice up the sausage of your choice into 1/2" pieces and add to the onions and spuds

    chop 1/2 a bell pepper very fine and add to your spuds, onion and sausage

    lightly coat with olive oil

    mix all the dry rub items together and sprinkle on the spuds and mix together, than add more dry rub.

    wrap the spuds up in the foil nice and tight, i usually double wrap to help keep the moisture in.  it should look like a log.

    toss on the top rack or your grill or on the smoker and for 2-3 hours on 225  until the spuds are nice and soft. cooking time may very depending on heat and how much you make..DO NOT put this over direct heat or the spuds will burn and stick to the foil.

    when the spuds are done, dump into a bowl and sprinkle the cheese of your choice over top them and enjoy.
    Last edited: Nov 4, 2010
  2. squirrel

    squirrel Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Sounds awesome. Cheese, potatoes and sausage. Yea, I could eat a ton of that. Yummy. Thanks for the recipe!
  3. alblancher

    alblancher Master of the Pit Group Lead OTBS Member

    Sounds like an old recipe I used to make when camping.  Good idea adding the sausage.  May I suggest a little sour cream top off when  served,  Thanks for posting, think I'll give them a try next time I light up the Okie Joe.

  4. mballi3011

    mballi3011 Epic Pitmaster OTBS Member SMF Premier Member


    Now you have to love this recipe. I mean sausage and potatoes it sounds like a really good type of hash to me. Just throw in soem real onions and green peppers.