Blackstone Potatoes

Make Potatoes On Blackstone Griddle (Easiest Recipe)

Looking for a quick and easiest vegetable recipe that also tastes delicious? Look no further, Blackstone potatoes are perfect. I hope everyone loves potatoes. This is a great side dish that can be served with almost every protein that you like.

I have loved potatoes since childhood when my mother made them for me in a frying pan. But in today’s recipe, we’ll cook potatoes on Blackstone instead of skillet or fry pan. And I’m 100% sure you and your family will love this amazing dish.

Are Fried Potatoes Healthy?

I have heard some people saying that potatoes are dangerous for health, which is completely wrong. You should know that potatoes have important nutrients like vitamin C, fiber, and potassium. So how can a potato be dangerous? Useless thoughts.

But the factful question is, are fried potatoes unhealthy? The answer can be yes or no. When potatoes are fried in too much oil, they observe oil that increases their calories and fat. This can be the cause of high blood pressure and other heart diseases. 

I know you must be shocked to hear this but never fear not. Because the above diseases are for those people who use too much oil to fry them. So, I always suggest you use less oil. When you’ll do it, so you don’t need to worry.

How To Make Potatoes On Blackstone Griddle


  • Potatoes (russet, red, or any variety)
  • Vegetable oil
  • Salt
  • Black pepper
  • Optional seasonings (garlic powder, paprika, dried rosemary)


  1. The first step is to preheat your Blackstone griddle to medium-high heat.
  2. Wash and clean the potatoes well to remove any dirt. You can peel the skin or just leave it. I suggest you leave the skin because it adds awesome texture and flavor.
  3. Cut the potatoes into desired pieces. You can dice them into cubes, slice them into rounds, or cut them into wedges. But make sure the piece size should be the same for even cooking.
  4. Place the potato pieces in a bowl and drizzle with cooking oil. Make sure you use enough oil to coat the chopped pieces.
  5. Add salt, black pepper, and other optional seasonings like garlic powder, paprika, and dried rosemary. And mix it well.
  6. When the griddle is preheated, add a thin layer of oil on the surface that prevents it from sticking.
  7. Spread the potato pieces in a single layer on the surface.
  8. Cook them for about 15-20 minutes or until they turn to a golden brown color.
  9. Flip the potatoes with time.
  10. Once cooked, remove them from the griddle and place them on a serving plate.

And enjoy!

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