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This recipe helped me figure out how to cook potatoes on the grill, but we changed it quite a bit. We don't have a grate for our grill so we use aluminum foil. Spray the bottom with Pam, put in potatoes with some butter, garlic salt, and pepper. On the grill for 30 and they are cooked and absolutely yummy. Thanks for gettin me started.

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AshOr721 June 15, 2009

This tasted just okay to me.

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liliya_99 April 26, 2009

Super fast and easy recipe!!!

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Lynsie June 25, 2008

These were VERY good! Followed the recipe exactly and the flavor was great. It was 98 degrees here yesterday, so I was happy to be using the grill rather than heating my house up with the oven! The best part was the pieces of the sweet onion that got slightly charred! YUMMY! Thanks for this one, will make it often!

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Lakerdog2 June 19, 2008

This was incredibly delicious. My family which includes two picky eaters loved it. its already a staple in our home....thanks for this yummy recipe..

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BARBIE IN FLORIDA May 10, 2008

Yummy! Another great recipe from Marg! I had a Potato medley of different types of new potatoes. I followed the recipe for the most part, I slightly sauted the onions while the potatoes were in the microwave, but did not have the time to let them cool. Also, I had a little bit of green bell pepper left and chopped that up and added it to the onions. I cooked the potatoes in the oven in one of those Reynolds grill bags on a cookie sheet at 350 for the recommended 20 minutes, turning the grill bag half way through the cooking time, the potatoes were cooked to perfect tenderness. As suggested I added a little bit of some salt-free garlic and herbs seasoning to the mix as well. I served with a dollop of sour cream on the side. Loved it!!!! I can hardly wait to try it with other veggies or a combination there of....oh the possibilities are endless.

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Debloves2cook September 06, 2007

These are just delicious. Because I needed to stretch the cooking time some I started them raw so they took about 40 minutes, turning every 10 minutes or so. We will have these again and again. Will be handy for camping, too! Cooke 'em over the campfire... YUM! Thanks, Marg.

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Queen Dragon Mom September 27, 2006

After seeing your photo I had to try these. They are great, but you have to watch them closely because they burn easily. I turned my about every 4-5 minutes. Along with the seasoned salt I added some of Emeril's Italian seasoning which gave them a great taste. Beats heating up the house, but I did anyway making bread. Thanks for another great recipe.

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~Nimz~ June 24, 2005
Grilled Potatoes or Roasted Potatoes on the Grill