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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Stormy Monday, Jun 8, 2018.
At the bar we used to make them, and cover em with chili and shredded cheddar cheese.
what are they?
POTATOES, VEGETABLE OIL (SUNFLOWER, COTTONSEED, SOYBEAN, AND/OR CANOLA), SALT, YELLOW CORN FLOUR, ONIONS, DEXTROSE, DISODIUM DIHYDROGEN PYROPHOSPHATE, NATURAL FLAVORING.
not too bad, actually, compared to many other processed foods - its nice to actually see "potatoes" as the first ingredient!
only fried. NEVER baked or microwaved.
Sasquatch droppings ?
If I ate Tater Tots or bacon, F yeah
Honestly I don't think I could have the patience to sit and wrap tots all day in bacon. Fry the damn tots, cook the bacon, crumble bacon over tots and call it a day. Moving on.
and besides, how are you supposed to grill them without them being really nasty? all the bacon grease would seep in during grilling and make it a soggy mess, I would think.
I tried to make them at home, but I couldn't get it right.
I ran out of monosodium poisonate.
It just doesn't taste the same without it.
Confused??? It looks like this.
But in all seriousness, I cant get anything right at home, from potato to fryer to plate, except for fried hash browns. I just run potatoes through a cheese grater, pack them in patties, and fry them up.. so crispy and good.
When I try cutting fries/chips,etc. always fails.
Bacon wrapped bacon is the best.
I love tater tots!
In a pinch they make a pretty decent hash brown substitute at breakfast.
A plate of those with artery plugging pile of cheese and smothered with sausage gravy. YUM
It is true that tater tots exist at various points in time and space.
They're hash browns with a bit of seasoning and some corn flour to help them stick together. Nothing too bad.
A little salt, pepper, and spicy ketchup, and you're on your way.