Greg and I enjoy grilling and making quick and delicious recipes! We make this recipe when we have a bit more time since it takes about 45-minutes to grill – but it is worth every minute! I have lost track how many years we have been making this recipe – but I would guess about 10-years. It is one of those timeless recipes that you never get tired of. Over the years, I made two changes to the recipe. The first was to substitute Lawry’s seasoned salt for regular salt because it adds more flavor. The second is to substitute a sweet onion for a regular onion to add more sweetness.
If you want to grill your potatoes for dinner this is the recipe. It is easy to make and is easy cleanup since we use no-stick Reynolds Wrap! We know it is grilling season when we make our first potato foil packets! Grilled potatoes are a wonderful side dish that pairs nicely with steak, chicken, or center-cut pork chops. Most often we will make this recipe when we make our BBQ Grilled Chicken since they both take 45-minutes! So pour yourself a glass of a wine and relax while dinner is on the grill. The BBQ chicken will require a little attention while it is grilling and the potatoes require none except put them on the grill.
I am trying new recipes to make with the no-stick Reynolds Wrap since it is such an easy way to grill. Just throw away the foil and no frying pan or other pots to wash by hand! Thank you for stopping by and let me know if you have a version of foil packet potatoes!
2 medium sized potatoes, washed and cubed
2 tbsp butter, sliced
1 medium sweet onion, diced
Lawry’s Seasoned salt
Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil
Nonstick cooking spray
You can use a non-stick aluminum foil to avoid having to spray with nonstick cooking spray. You can add more or less butter depending upon how brown you want the potatoes. Depending upon the size of your potatoes, you could make four smaller servings.
Preheat grill for medium heat. Take two pieces of heavy-duty aluminum foil and spray with nonstick cooking spray. Divide the potatoes and sweet onions and place equally on the two pieces of foil. Place 1 tablespoon of butter on each and then top generously with seasoned salt and pepper.
Fold the foil tightly and place on grill for about 45 minutes or until done. Serve with BBQ Chicken for a wonderful dinner! Enjoy!
Categories: Grilling & BBQ