Mont-Tremblant, May 21, 2022. It was our first outing of the year with our rv.
We settled in, took out the chairs and the wine glasses, FINALLY we had a glimpse of summer! And it tasted good, oh yesss!
But it got very windy at the campsite. In ti-sin, even. Then we received the famous alert…
It wasn't long… but it was intense. Several caravans passed there. Ouch!
And U.S? We were lucky. We were without electricity and without a network, but we managed.
And the good mood returned. We cooked on the BBQ. And I had an idea for the occasion: I prepared “tornado potatoes”.
As usual, we have concocted a simple and tasty recipe for you.
1/2 cup melted butter
1/4 cup oil
4 tbsp. tablespoons of our piri-piri sauce
2-3-4 potatoes (depending on how many people will be sitting at your table)
Heat the oven (or BBQ) to 350
Insert the skewer into the center of the potato. I advise you to use skewers a little larger than the small wooden skewers so that they do not break inside the potato.
Cutting the potato (on the skewer) in a "whirlpool", this task seems simple, but I must admit that it takes a little practice. So, if like me you don't have too much time, cut them into slices.
Place the potato skewers on a cookie sheet and set aside.
In a bowl, combine the melted butter, oil and piri-piri sauce and generously brush the potatoes.
Brush occasionally throughout cooking.
Bake for about 30 minutes or until the potatoes are cooked through.
For me, I used a turnip that I spiralized. The result is magnificent !
I added oil and the "Cajun" mixture.