Grilled Greek New Potatoes

"This is so easy and packed with flavour. It is a nice dish to serve with souvlaki or any pork or chicken dish."
photo by Suzie photo by Suzie
photo by Suzie
photo by Amber C. photo by Amber C.
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  • 4 medium new potatoes, unpeeled
  • kraft Greek salad dressing, with feta and oregano


  • Cut potatoes into large chunks.
  • Boil for 10 minutes until slightly softened.
  • Toss with enough salad dressing to coat evenly while still warm.
  • Place in grill basket or for easy clean up use disposable pie plate with holes poked in it.
  • Grill over med heat for about 15 minutes until crispy on outside and tender inside.

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  1. Lorac
    Potatoes mixed with Greek salad dressing and cooked on the grill. I knew this was just the perfect addition to the rest of our meal. Only 2 ingredients and I had neither. But that didn't stop me! I used 2 large baking potatoes, 1/4 cup of Italian salad dressing, 2 oz of mild feta cheese and to save time (mine) - I skipped the precooking and wrapped them in foil because DH was cooking the rest of dinner on the grill. Kate, it was a wonderful flavor combination and I think your original version would be even better. I will make this again.
  2. Suzie
    Planned to BBQ, but it was raining so put these in the broiler for about 15 mins. instead. DH really enjoyed them. I liked them, but wasn''t happy with the bottled salad dressing I used and, frankly, the dressing is the key here. Make sure you use a dressing you know you're going to like. Other than that, this is a good side for most BBQ. Thanks for posting.
  3. Amber C.
    These were very flavorful and delicious, I served with greek yogurt BBQ chicken!
  4. Mrs.Jack
    Fast, easy, and delicious!!! I had some Greek dressing leftover from marinating pork tenderloin and came across your recipe and I am so glad I did-we loved these potatoes! I also let them marinate in the fridge about 5 hours. Served them w/ Recipe #13285 and some tzatziki for a wonderful meal. Thank you for a great recipe, Kate!!!
  5. patti k.
    So simple; so good. My son was especially impressed with these. I had very small potatoes and just left them whole after cooking them in the microwave. I let them marinate in the dressing for a while before grilling. Delightful!


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