Krittor’s Krazy Baked Tators

Sunday, January 30, 2011 @ 12:01 PM

We love it when our friend’s give us new recipes to try out or share with others. This recipe is from Mike aka. Krittor. His wife made the name, but the recipe was passed down from Grandma Krittor.

These would be great tailgating or just on the Brinkmann grill in the back yard. Goes well with fish , pork , chickens and beef!

Take 4 nice baking tators. Use a Phillips screwdriver and punch about 20 holes in each ( a fork won’t give a big enough hole )

Put tators in a zip lock bag.

Slice 2 cloves of garlic put them in the bag.

Take 2 bottles of dark beer. (Pour 1 or 2 in bag. Depends on the size of the tators.)

Let set over night or at least 4 hours.

Take tators out of the bag and strain the beer (Don’t throw the beer away!) Take the garlic and tator, wrap in bacon then wrap in foil.

If baking them on a grill use indirect heat. If in the oven bake at 375 degrees F. Bake until soft about 40 to 50 mins. then unwrap. Take bacon off and bake for about 4 to 6 more mins.

That’s the tators –

Here’s the best topping ever!

Take and chop up the bacon. Take 1 cup of the left over beer and 1 cup sour cream. Whisk together. Take 8 green olives, dice them and the garlic. Whisk them in.

Now you’ve you got a Krittor Krazy Baked Tators.

Doesn’t need salt, pepper, or butter!

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