Introduction: How to Cook Loaded Hasselback Potatoes

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Hassle back potatoes are easy to make and taste great! With a crispy outside and soft middle, by loaded it up, it takes it to the next level.

Step 1: Take Your Potato and Cut Into It Most of the Way Down.

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Continuing doing half a cm apart until you have cut until you reach the other end of the potato.

Step 2: Next Time Slices of Butter and Push Them Between the Cuts.

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This will add a whole lot of flavor.

In case the potatoes have gotten a little broken when pushing the butter, push a wood skewer through the middle.

Step 3: Setup the BBQ for Indirect Grilling.

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Have the bbq sits at around a temp of 350 or 180c, this can be cooked in the oven at the same temp.

Step 4: Cover With the Lid and Cook for 45 Minutes.

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Step 5: These Have Softened in the Middle and Begin to Crisp Up on the Outside.

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Transfer to a small roasting tray.

Step 6: It’s Time to Load Up These Potatoes.

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In-between each of the cuts, place a slice of cheddar cheese and a slice of bacon.

Season with salt.

Step 7: Placing Them Back in the BBQ

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Cook for another 15 to 20 minutes or until the cheese has become golden brown.

Step 8: Top With Some Sour Cream and Slice Springs

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Step 9: These Look Amazing!

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The cheese, bacon and potato combine to give an amazing side dish that will taste delious.

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