Monday, June 7, 2010

Grilled Potato "Chips"

Serves: 4-5

4-5 medium potatoes, peeled
Canola oil
Seasoned salt
Pepper

Place whole potatoes in a pot of boiling water. Cook until just tender, about 15 minutes. Remove from pot and slice lengthwise into 1/4-inch slices. Spread out potatoes slices on plate or baking sheet. Brush with oil and season with pepper and seasoned salt. Turn potatoes and oil, salt & pepper the opposite side. Grill on barbecue over medium heat until golden brown on each side. Serve warm.

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Tips: This was a great way to make a potato side dish to go with our steak that required a lot less clean-up than baked potatoes. Since you prep them before dinner, you can have the pot and cutting board cleaned up before dinner is ready. Plus if your husband happens to be the one that does the grilling, there's less work for mom. Yeah! The potatoes will not be fully cooked when you slice them but they were perfectly soft when finished on the barbecue. I also shared this recipe at Crazy Daisy's Tuesday Tastes, Our Homeschool Home's On the Grill & Trendy Treehouse's Creative Share.

Recipe adapted from Parade Magazine (May 23, 2010)

6 comments:

Jasey said...

Welcome, welcome to Tuesday Tastes! This is such a fun recipe! I love it! I have a little one who loves potatoes! This will be perfect!

Happy Day,
Jasey @ Crazy Daisy
crazyjayzplace.blogspot.com

FoodontheTable said...

Great idea! The grill is so versatile - quick AND minimal cleanup.

Robyn said...

What a awesome idea? I love it!!!

Thanks so much for joining in for our fun at On the Grill!

gnee said...

From potato-land, thanks for a delish was to fix spuds on the grill this summer!

Kristi said...

MMMM....these look so good!

kristisdeals1 at yahoo dot com

Tammy@ Not Just Paper and Glue said...

Oh -those look so very yummy. When we get our grill burners fixed, I am going to have to try those :)

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