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Old 09-17-2005, 02:39 PM   #1
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Sweet Potatoes-ASAP

Has anybody ever grilled sweet potatoes? Do you slice them first then put thedm on or just throw the whole thing on whole, about how long?
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We've done it ~ Just wrap 'em up in FOIL and cook 'em just like regular taters. Good stuff..
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you can par-nuke em, and finish on the grill. Cut em in half before you put em on the grill.
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Old 09-17-2005, 06:30 PM   #4
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Found a recipe in ""How To Grill" S. Raichlen; he just puts them right on a bed of hot lump charcoal for 40minutes to 1 hour or until skin is charred and metal skewer goes through easily.

Worked great, took 55 minutes and I made a maple syrup, ground cinnamon butter to go with them.

Then I grilled up some asparagus to go with the bone in center cut pork chops with HeadCountry rub. Great dinner.

Thanks for your help anyways guys, it's appreciated.
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Old 09-18-2005, 12:29 AM   #5
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Old 09-18-2005, 01:41 PM   #6
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nolo problemo....bet you didn't know I could speak Spanish.
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Found a recipe in ""How To Grill" S. Raichlen; he just puts them right on a bed of hot lump charcoal for 40minutes to 1 hour or until skin is charred and metal skewer goes through easily.

Worked great, took 55 minutes and I made a maple syrup, ground cinnamon butter to go with them.

Then I grilled up some asparagus to go with the bone in center cut pork chops with HeadCountry rub. Great dinner.

Thanks for your help anyways guys, it's appreciated.
That's what I do too. Sorry I wasn't around when you asked. Also, you can do sliced and on the grill grate. It works well.
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