Grilled Onion Potatoes

Grilled Onion Potatoes

"'When we were growing up, my mother often fixed these potatoes when we grilled outdoors,' recalls Janet Gioia of Broadalbin, New York. The tasty treatment requires just a few ingredients."
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  1. Cut each potato into five slices. Place onion between slices and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Reassemble each potato; place on a double layer of heavy-duty foil (about 12 in. square)
  2. Pour 2-4 tablespoons of salad dressing over each potato. Wrap foil around potatoes and seal tightly. Grill, covered, over medium heat for 50-60 minutes or until the potatoes are tender.

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Not bad and a nice change from our regular grilled potatoes. I cut the down the recipe and used two potatoes. I partially microwaved them first to cut down on the cooking time. I used Kraft Lig...

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I have to say, these did not have a lot of flavor and I followed the recipe to the letter. Maybe I should have rubbed the potatoes with dry Italian dressing instead. Sorry Janet.

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Not bad and a nice change from our regular grilled potatoes. I cut the down the recipe and used two potatoes. I partially microwaved them first to cut down on the cooking time. I used Kraft Lig...

This is also OUR favorite way to have potatoes. Just perfect (and can also be baked, if you aren't grilling!).

Great recipe! We endd up slicing the potatoes to reduce grilling time and added some butter for flavor. Thanks, we will use this again for sure

Very easy & tasty - my favorite kind of recipe. I did add quite a bit of garlic. I threw it in a bowl and topped with sharp cheddar & a little sour cream. Thanks so much for a great recipe!

Used homemade Italian dressing, baked at 400 degrees for 45-60minutes. Turned out great. I will be making these again and again!

These worked fine in the oven too. Next time I'll add a little more spice, a tad bland but I loved how easy these were.

Slice pototoe 1/8" thick & onions a little thicker, slather w/Italian Dressing, salt and pepper. Great with Grilled Salmon Skewers, maybe with bbq steak.

This was pretty good. I'd suggest adding my dressing on it to give it more flavor. I also nuked it in the microwave to start the cooking process quicker.

This is a wonderful recipe! We used our favorite carmelized vidalia onion salad dressing rather than italian, but other than that, followed the recipe as written. We baked them in the oven at...

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