Potato Bites Bacon Wraped By Freda
|Categories:||Potatoes, Other Side Dishes, Other Appetizers, Other Snacks, Quick & Easy, For Kids, Vegetable Appetizers|
|Serves:||about 3 Doz. Potato-bites|
|1 lb||small or med red potatoes|
|2 tsp||salt (divided)|
|1 1/2 tsp||minced fresh roasmary|
|1 TBS||olive oil|
|fresh ground pepper|
|1 LB||"thick-cut" bacon|
|1 cup||sour cream|
|1-3 tsp||tobasco sauce ( or hot sauce of your choice)|
|season with salt & pepper to taste|
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DirectionsPreheat Oven @ 400 . . . Foil or Parchment Line Large Baking Sheet.
Wash I dry Taters.
Cut them into 1 inch pieces. Keeping the Chunks about the same size Roughly.In a Medium Pot Place potatos, Cover with salted Water (2 tsp) & Bring to a Boil.
Once the water is Boiling only Boil 3-4 Minutes.
(ou should be able to poke a fork into them without Much resistence) . . almost cooked but not Fully. TIP: you don't want them to fall apart in the Next Steps.Drain Potatoes.
Place in large Bowl.
Add Rosemary, Olive oil, 1/2 tsp salt, & pepper.
Toss until evenly coated.Bacon time:
Cut bacon strips into thirds.
Wrap each tater bite in a slice of bacon, secure with toothpick.
Place on foil lined or parchment lined Baking sheet.
Space about 1" apart.
(You may need to Cook potatoes in TWO BATCHES.)Bake @ 400 for 15 minutes. with tongs flip each Tater-Bite over. .Bake another 15-20 minutes.
Bake til Bacon is CRISP and Cooked through the way you like it.DIPPING SAUCE:
Mix Sour Cream, & Hot Sauce together in Small Bowl.
Season with salt and Pepper to Taste.
Pilot the Potato Bites on a plate and serve the Dipping sauce along side the taters. . . ENJOY!!
Guaranteed your Going to Love these.