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Smashed and Loaded Potatoes

Wow is all I can say! These potatoes were so good and pretty easy to make as well following this video. Watch the video and let me know your thoughts!


2 large baked potato

2 thin cut ribeyes

1 onion sliced

3 tbsp sour cream

2 cups shredded colby jack cheese

bacon up or bacon grease

salt for potatoes

Hussey's Heifer Dust

2 tbsp balsamic vinegar

4 tbsp butter



1. Preheat griddle to low.  Wash potatoes. Coat potatoes with bacon up or bacon grease and coat with salt. Put in microwave till cooked through (you can cook in over or on smoker but microwave is faster for time constraints).


2. Add some oil to the griddle and put down onions. Add some salt and let cook for 2-3 minutes until sweated down. Add some balsamic vinegar to the onions and mix. Keep mixing while steak is cooking. When almost done, add 1tbsp butter.


3. While onions are cooking shred the cheese or use shredded cheese. When shredded, turn the griddle up on one side to high. Season steak with Heifer Dust and put steak on the griddle. Cook for about a minute and flip. Cook another minute and flip. Cook to your liking. Remove to the cutting board and cut up into bite sized pieces.


4. Turn down temp on griddle to low/med and add some bacon up or bacon grease. Slice potatoes long ways  and squeeze to open the potato exposing the flesh. Add the potatoes to the griddle flesh side down. Take your smasher and smash the potatoes flat. Let them cook a minute to crisp up the flat side. After a minute, flip. Turn off griddle and build the potato.


5. To build, add a tbsp or more of butter to the potato. Then add ample amount of cheese to each potato followed by onions, then sour cream and steak. Add more cheese and dome the potatoes with some water for about 30 seconds to melt the cheese.


6. Remove to a plate and enjoy

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