Yum! I really liked these!!! My hubs wasn't a fan (he says our potatoes were too bland for his liking) but unless I am heavy handed with the salt shaker, he thinks EVERYTHING is underseasoned lol! As many others have done, I too grilled my potatoes in a shallow tinfoil (i.e. disposable) baking pan. Although convenient, I think I'll use non-stick foil next time. The layer of potatoes on the bottom of my dish were B-U-R-N-T!!! Had I used foil, I would have been able to flip my potatoes to prevent them from burning (there IS a reason for the foil...). Thankfully, I made three layers of potatoes, so there was plenty to eat that wasn't burnt. NOTE: I just sprayed my pan (generously) and each potato layer (lightly) with Pam - no butter was necessary. If you are looking to cut calories, this offers a simple solution to do so. Placing my potatoes under the broiler for a few minutes quickly melted my cheese layer, but this step was not necessary, IMHO. The heat from the potatoes melts the cheese just fine (you can skip the last step of this recipe alltogether). Thanks for sharing, Kelly! This worked out very well for me. Not only did this pair well with my grilled chicken kabobs, I was also able to avoid heating up my kitchen during one of the Midwest's hottest heat waves in years. :-)
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Yum! I really liked these!!! My hubs wasn't a fan (he says our potatoes were too bland for his...