Grilled German Potato Salad

Grilled German Potato Salad created by DuChick

The perfect side dish for grilled pork chops or ham. The foil seals in the flavors and can also be baked in the oven.

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  • Place potatoes in a pot of cold salted water and bring to a boil.
  • Cook until tender, peel and cube.
  • In a large bowl, combine mayonnaise, vinegar, sugar, salt, mustard and pepper.
  • Add potatoes, bacon, celery and onion and toss thoroughly.
  • Place mixture on a 18x13 inch piece of double thickness heavy duty aluminum foil and fold top and edges securely.
  • Grill over medium hot coals, 20 minutes turning once.
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"The perfect side dish for grilled pork chops or ham. The foil seals in the flavors and can also be baked in the oven."
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  1. Docs Mom
    This recipe was a snap; I had leftover turkey bacon and wanted to make a potato dish to serve with ribs and sausage. Enjoyed by all!
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  2. Camaro Chic
    I have made this for years and love it as a side when grilling. Having company tonight and wanted to serve this but couldn't find my recipe. Should have known to come here before wasting all that time going through my 1000's of recipes! Thanks for posting!
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  3. DuChick
    Grilled German Potato Salad Created by DuChick
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  4. DuChick
    We liked the flavor of this tater salad and have always loved the German type, but this was just a bit mushy after being first boiled in water, then grilled in foil. When I make it again, I will only par-boil the potatoes rather than cook til tender. I used FF mayo and lower fat bacon to save calories, but was still highly flavorful! Thanks Lorac!
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  5. Linda B
    I made this for supper tonight, and due to rain I had to bake in the oven. We love German Potato Salad of any kind, and this did not disappoint us at all. It was fast, easy, and delicious. I baked at 350 F for about 20 minutes until heated through (it was still warm when I put in ito the oven). Thanks Lorac.
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