This is a great recipe from our Backyard Hibachi Cookbook and can be a side dish for dinner or an easy crowd-pleasing appetizer!
Loaded Smashed Potatoes
Take 1 pound of small golden potatoes and boil until tender.
Fire up your grill to medium heat
Cook a few strips of bacon until crispy and set aside.
Add 2 tablespoons of butter to the grill to melt. Add 8-10 potatoes to the grill and smash them flat with your spatula, like so.
Let them cook until they start to brown on the bottom and then...
Take this Father's Day Beyond the Grill with a Backyard Hibachi grill! Father's Day and grilling just go together! Browse any retail store as June approaches and you are sure to find large displays promoting grilling paraphernalia of all kinds. These items have long been lauded as the perfect gift for dad. And it's true, Dad's love grilling! They love grills, grilled foods, being outside, being with family.
That's why a Backyard Hibachi is the perfect gift for Father's Day. It takes grilling to a whole new level! From searing a perfect steak to frying...
We are giving away one free 4-pack of Ghost In the Machine, Parish brewing's exclusive small batch IPA beer (Sorry hops-lovers, Backyard Hibachi grill not included)
Ghost In The Machine is a American Double / Imperial IPA style beer, brewed by Parish Brewing Company in Broussard, LA. We are a company that is proud to use locally sourced materials to make our hibachi grills and we love to support local businesses as well, particularly when that means drinking local beer while we grill...
Lobster cooks so easy and delicious on the Backyard Hibachi! No boiling water or having your house smell like seafood boil for the next week!
Split your lobster tails down the middle. (Optional, but lets the meat get seared a little, rather that just steamed) Heat your grill to medium. Add a squirt of olive oil from your squeeze bottle and a tablespoon (or 2) of butter. Allow the butter to melt and mix with the oil. Using a butter/oil mix allows you to cook at a higher temperature without burning your butter.
Sweet Potato Frites, Parmesan Zucchini Spears and Hanger Steak
Sweet Potato Frites
Peel and cut 3-4 raw sweet potatoes into frites. I like to cut the potato in half and then slice lengthwise, like steak fries. The flat sides seem to cook easier than wedges.