It’s time to fire up the Weber and bake some sweet potatoes, then we take you on a flavor journey and next it’s time to load them with butter, whipped cream and praline pecans. Watch and see how easy it is to make sweet potatoes on a gas grill. Our secret weapon on making them perfect, the Weber Potato Nail!
Yield: Serves 4 people Prep time: 5 Minutes (wash and prep) Cook time: 45-55 Minutes
- 4 ea - Medium Sized Sweet Potato
- 2 tbsp - Canola/Olive Oil Blend
- 1 1/2 tbsp - Bayou Dust Rub, 5280 Culinary
- 4 tbsp - Salted Butter
- 1 tsp - Rub-A-Dub, 5280 Culinary
- 1/2 cup - Cinnamon Whipped Cream (or regular)
- 1/2 cup - Praline Pecans
- Wash all tools and rinse sweet potatoes prior to use
- Clean and sanitize all cutting boards and prep surfaces prior to use
- Read all manufacturer’s instructions before using grills, starters and any cooking tools
- Heat Weber grill to 400˚ F, with ALL burners on
- When temp hits 400˚ F adjust burners to hold at temp
- Place potatoes in a medium stainless steel bowl
- Coat lightly with oil and season to taste with Bayou Dust
- If using potato nails, insert nails into the long, center of the potato
- Open grill and add potatoes to the warming rack or bun rack of the grill.
- No Warming rack? Cook on the grill grates with indirect heat
- Close lid and cook for 45 minutes, before first temperature check
- Goal is internal temp of 205˚ F
- Cook until temp hits desired doneness
- Using tongs and heat proof gloves, remove potatoes from the grill, place onto a cooking sheet and bring into the kitchen. Allow to rest for 2-3 minutes so potatoes can cool slightly.
- Slice potatoes down the center and load with:
- Rub-A-Dub – light seasoning inside the potato
- Cinnamon Whipped Cream
- Praline Pecans
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Published on 10/20/2021.
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