Here’s how you make potato bombs.
Because I don’t have an apple corer, Wadly made me a potato coring tool out of a length of copper pipe. This method requires an additional tool for pushing the core out of the pipe.
Core the potatoes. Mine were really big russets so I cut them in half lengthwise before coring.
Set the potato on its flat end and stuff it with your favorite potato partner (I used diced onions and bacon). I used my push rod to pack down the diced onion, then added the bacon and packed it as well. Plug the top with the other short section of core, skin side out.
Place the potato halves cut side down in a buttered baking dish. Wrap the halves in bacon. Mine took 1½ slices for complete coverage. Toss the two remaining core pieces in the pan. Waste not . . .
Bake at 350° for 1 hour.
If you’re barbequing and have good control of the temp in you grill, you can wrap these in heavy duty foil and cook them on the grill. For full sized potatoes, turn them over at the half-way mark to distribute the bacon flavor.
You can’t beat this dish for awesome flavor.