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Top Tots: tater tot, prosciutto, and blue cheese pie iron waffle

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There’s no waffling about it: This tater tot waffle with prosciutto and blue cheese tops our list of all-time favorite pudgie pies.  With just three ingredients, it packs a wallop of flavor and texture.TotWaffle5

Crispy tater tots, salty prosciutto, and tangy blue cheese all converge in a perfectly pressed waffle pudgie pie.  If you haven’t added the Rome waffle iron to your collection, we highly recommend that you do.

To start, spray the iron with high-heat cooking spray.  Cut ten tots in half lengthwise, and place them cut-side up in one side of the iron.  They nestle perfectly amongst the bumps of the waffle iron–like it was made to cradle tater tots.  Top the tots with sliced prosciutto and crumbled blue cheese and then carefully arrange twenty more tater tot halves above.  Squeeze that iron shut and cook over hot coals until crispy and golden!

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Serve with a dollop of sour cream and you’ve got a top-notch tater tot treat.

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Top Tots Recipe

Ingredients

  • high-heat cooking spray
  • 20 thawed frozen tater tots, cut lengthwise
  • 1 slice prosciutto, cut into pieces
  • blue cheese, crumbled
  • sour cream, for dipping

Directions

Spray waffle pie iron with high-heat cooking spray.  Cut ten tater tots in half and place cut-side up in iron.  Top with prosciutto, blue cheese, and remaining tater tot halves.  Squeeze iron shut and cook over hot coals, about 5 minutes per side, until golden and crispy.  Serve with sour cream for dipping.

 

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Author: Pudgie Revolution

Gourmet pudgie pie recipes that bring campfire cooking to the next level! Buy the book here: http://pudgierevolution.bigcartel.com

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