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Rudy’s Recipe: Campfire Creek Fries

Last time my family and I camped here at Lake Rudolph was during our HalloWeekends this September. I went down to our RV a wee bit early to make these babies and pop them in the oven. They were tasty and I know this is a popular side dish while camping so I thought I’d share them.

Laura’s Tasty Creek Fries

You Need:

7 – 10 Potatoes (You can peel them if you wish, but I don’t. Slice into chips.)
Polska kielbasa sausage (This is optional; but I think they’re better with it.)
Salt and Pepper
1 Onion
Creole seasoning (I use Tony Chachere’s)
Cake pan or casserole dish

Make ‘Em:

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Have your potatoes, sausage and onion sliced. Make layers of the following:

Three strips of bacon
Chunks of sausage
Several pats of butter
Salt and Pepper
Creole Seasoning

Keep repeating this layering technique until you reach the top of the dish or you run out of ingredients! There’s no right or wrong way to do this. In fact, sometimes I find that the faster I just throw it together the better it tastes.

Cover with foil. Cook time is about two hours; depending on how large a dish you make. You’ll want to check them periodically to make sure they’re cooking evenly and not burning. You can also cook these over your campfire or on the grill.

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