Spicy, Zesty and Sweet Bacon Wrapped Potatoes

January 17, 2018

Spicy, Zesty and Sweet Bacon Wrapped Potatoes

Why can’t you make this every day? That’s what my nephew said to me the first time I made these delicious Bacon Wrapped Potatoes.

You are probably asking yourself what is so special about this recipe. Well, let me share with you my secrets.

Bacon Wrapped Potatoes

 

The ingredients

Bacon Wrapped Potatoes is one of the easiest appetizer or snack you will want to make all the time. If you like bacon and feel guilty about buying it, don’t worry, get uncured bacon.

Mini potatoes are perfect for this recipe. You can easily find them at your local supermarket. Whether you buy the colorful ones or plain white potatoes, the taste is the same. You don't see the color of the potatoes when they are cooked. So don't worry about not finding the multi-colored mini potatoes bag.

The spices are simple. My Hot & Spicy Original Blend, sugar, and sherry vinegar. I guess I should call this recipe the 3 Ingredients and quick snack potato recipe.

You will also notice that the recipe does not contain any salt. There is absolutely no reason for you to add salt. Bacon contains lots of salt and adding more will probably do more harm than good.

The potatoes are bake for about 45 minutes to ensure that they are fully cooked. Keep in mind that the cooking will vary due to size. The smaller the potatoes, the quicker they will cook.

You can certainly make this recipe with regular potatoes. Just remove the skin, cut the potatoes the size you want and wrapped the spiced bacon around. And don't forget the toothpick.

 These delicious bite-size appetizers are perfect for entertaining. Birthday parties, get-togethers, and even if you are hosting your sporting event.

Here's is how to make this delicious snack.

 

Here's the recipe

 Serve: 4 - 6; Prep: 20 min; Cook Time: 45 min; Total Time: 1 hr 05 min

Ingredients

24 mini potatoes, cleaned and dried
1/2 uncured pack of bacon, regular thickness, about 8 slices
¼ teaspoon Hot & Spicy Original Blend
1 tablespoon Sherry Vinegar
1/4 cup brown sugar
Appetizer skewers or toothpicks

Instructions

Cut the bacon strips into 3 pieces (long enough to wrap a mini potato), and place in large bowl. In a small bowl, combine hot sauce, vinegar, and sugar. Pour sugar mixture over bacon, mix well, and make sure that all pieces are thoroughly coated.
Wrap each mini potato with a strip of bacon, stretching it until the ends overlap. Prepare a baking sheet by lining it with either aluminum foil or parchment paper. Secure the bacon with a toothpick (if you don’t, the bacon might slip off or unwrap) and lay each wrapped potato on the prepared baking sheet ends side down. Roast in the preheated to 375 F oven for 45 minutes or until the potatoes are easily pierced with a fork, and the bacon is nicely crisped up.
Serve the bacon wrapped potatoes. You can serve with your preferred Gourmet Hot and Spicy Condiment & Dips for a zesty and spicy taste.





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