These are SOOO Yummy!!! These are a perfect side dish to bring with to your next lake BBQ prep them at home and throw them on the grill when you get there!
Alright, this is Nick's recipe he is the one doing all the grilling in this house! (I don't mess with the grill, I stick to the kitchen 🙂 )
I would say that 7 times out of 10 when Nick is grilling steak or chicken he is making this recipe to go on the grill with it.
the potatoes are perfect little bite size pieces and soft yummy potato-ness, the carrots give that little bite of soft crunch and the peppers and garlic powder give it that kick of flavor!
it is also great to mix up the kinds of pepper you add to this mixture... try a combo of different sweet little yummy peppers (the small yellow, orange, and red ones) those are delicious also and add even more color to your meal!
anywaysss... you gotta try these Vegetarian Potato Pouch's trust me you will be hooked, they are like potato heaven!
these also make a great breakfast the next day... crack a couple eggs in a bowl of this left over, mix it up and pop in the microwave for a fast easy breakfast!
try this and let me know what ya'll think 🙂
Vegetarian Potato Pouch
Vegetarian Potato Pouch
- Prep Time: 15 mins
- Cook Time: 40 mins
- Total Time: 55 mins
- Yield: 4
- Category: Vegetarian Potato Pouch
- - 4 potatoes
- - 1 whole onion
- - 1 whole de-seeded anaheim pepper
- - 1 cup shredded carrots
- - ½ stick of butter
- - 1-2 tablespoons or drizzle of olive oil
- - 2 tablespoons sugar
- - 1-2 teaspoons garlic powder
- - 1 teaspoon of seasoning salt
- - pepper to taste
- Chop potatoes, onions, and peppers and add into a large bowl for mixing, add carrots to bowl as well
- Chop butter into cubes and add to bowl.
- Add olive oil, use hands to mix everything throughly.
- Add Sugar, Garlic Powder, seasoning salt and pepper- mix throughly.
- Cut 4 pieces of tin foil approximately 12-14 inches long
- Put half the mixture on 1 piece of tin foil and the other half on another piece of tin foil.
- Roll like a burrito make sure to fold sides in, use the other two pieces of tin foil and double wrap the two potato pouches. (If you want to triple wrap the pouch you can, -see notes below for details)
- Put on the grill for 40 minutes (flipping every 10 minutes)
Make sure to chop the potatoes small, if they are too thick they will not cook fully.
For wrapping the pouch, you want to make sure it's wrapped very well so it does not drip any butter out, butter dripping on the grill can cause a fire, so wrapping 2-3 layers will keep it safe.
When wrapping the mixture in tin foil, shiny side faces in and dull side faces out to hold more heat.
p.s. these are great to prep and pack with to go to the lake for a BBQ and grill them there (just make sure to allow to cool for atleast 20 minutes before cutting them open!