We had a great day yesterday! The weather was nothing to be desired but Kim and family were up for the day. The boys went fishing and I got to spend the day with Kim and my gorgeous grandbaby! What could be better? I didn’t get a post in but I think family time more than made up for it!!!
This recipe is another way I like to dress up potatoes when cooking them on the grill. You can cook them in a small aluminum pan like I did or just wrapped in foil…. either way, make sure to give either a quick coat of cooking spray so the cheese in this recipe doesn’t stick to the foil/pan and you miss some of the cheesy goodness!
These are the ingredients I used.
I did precook my potatoes in the microwave again to get them started so they take less time on the BBQ. Once they cooled I put them in a large freezer bag with the olive oil, garlic and dill.
I closed the bag and shook it until everything was distributed evenly.
Next I added the grated cheese and went through the shaking process again.
I spread them in the lightly greased aluminum pan and then covered them with a piece of foil that I also gave a quick squirt with the cooking spray so they pan could be shaken during cooking to evenly cook the potatoes.
I let them cook on the top rack of the bbq for about 30 minutes and then served them with the Marinated Pork Chops I posted the other day!
Cheesy Garlic Dill Potatoes on the Grill
Preparation Time: 10 minutes Cooking Time: 30 minutes Servings: 4 – 6
- 4 -6 medium potatoes, washed and precooked in the microwave
- 3 tsp. minced garlic
- 1 tbsp. dill weed
- 3 tbsp. olive oil
- 1 cup grated cheddar
- Lightly grease aluminum pan or foil.
- Wash, pierce and precook potatoes in the microwave on high heat for about 5 minutes.
- When cooled enough, cut potatoes into cubes, about 1 inch.
- Place potatoes in a large freezer bag with olive oil, garlic and dill weed. Shake to fully coat potatoes.
- Add grated cheddar to bag and shake to evenly distribute.
- Pour into prepared pan or foil, making sure to spray foil to cover aluminum pan as well so cheese won’t stick.
- Cook on the top rack of the BBQ on medium heat for about 30 minutes.