Instant Pot Dutch Oven Potatoes

Dutch Oven Potatoes, or more commonly known as funeral potatoes here if you live in Utah are a perfect addition to any barbecue. While there are many different kinds, Devils Pit has perfected them with our simple recipe. First we start by cutting bacon up into 1” slices and cooking it on the stove. Next we cook an onion on the stove and add it to the bacon and add our Lilith rub and brown sugar to the bacon and onions. From there we peel 6-10 potatoes and slice them to 1/16th of an inch thick. From there we get a dutch oven out and grease it, layer it with the first layer of potatoes, att the bacon and onions, cover with cheese and layer the dutch oven until it’s full, leaving the top layer with just potatoes. We then put the potatoes in the oven at 350F for 3 hours and bake them until there tender and ready to eat, But we don’t eat them, next we vacuum seal them and flash freeze them to preserve the freshness and are ready to ship.

You will receive your Frank Lucas’s Dutch Oven Potatoes and can either cook them on the spot or have them for food storage for later.

Instant Pot Dutch Oven Potatoes:

Step 1/Optional: Take Frank Lucas’s Dutch Oven Potatoes out of the freezer and defrost in hot water for 10-15 minutes.

Step 2: Place Frank Lucas’s Dutch Oven Potatoes in an Instant Pot with 2 cups of water and cook on high for 15-30 minutes. “Note 15 minutes if defrosted, 30 minutes if frozen

Step 3: Remove Frank Lucas’s Dutch Oven Potatoes and dish them up on a nice plate.

Enjoy! Caution they will be HOT!!!

Question & Answers:

Doesn’t freezing Frank Lucas’s Dutch Oven Potatoes make them not as good as if they were made fresh at my home?

Believe it or not, the freezer actually makes them BETTER! There is a curing process that makes the meat have more flavor after being frozen for a period of time that Devils Pit BBQ has figured out.

What goes well with Frank Lucas’s Dutch Oven Potatoes?

Frank Lucas’s Dutch Oven Potatoes go well with Belial’s Brisket, Coyote’s Ribs, King Paimon’s Pulled Pork, Devil Dogs, Bobbit Brauts and more.

Why did you name them Frank Lucas’s Dutch Oven Potatoes?

Frank Lucas was one of the biggest heroin dealers in New York City in the 1970’s, but you ask why Frank Lucas? To some people he would be considered a devil to them, but the reason is because Frank Lucas’s Dutch Oven Potatoes are so addictive, you would think it actually is heroin!

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