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Make Grilled Seasoned Potatoes Recipe

Updated on February 21, 2013

Seasoned Potatoes Recipe

Warmer weather has finally arrived! It's time to start firing up the grill for steak and potatoes.Yes, you can grill potatoes. Granted, you are grilling potatoes in foil. I have a recipe for seasoned potatoes that tastes like a culinary masterpiece but is easy to make and goes with whatever meat you're throwing over the coals. My father-in-law showed me this several years ago and I have been perfecting it ever since. Now, I'd like to help you learn how to make roasted potatoes on the grill.


  1. potatoes
  2. olive oil
  3. butter (stick is easiest to handle)
  4. salt
  5. Italian Seasoning
  6. Aluminum Foil


  1. Tear off a foot long sheet of aluminum foil.
  2. Rub the butter in an area in the middle of the foil big enough for a couple potatoes to be on.
  3. Peel potatoes then slice thinly.
  4. You should fit about 2 normal sized potatoes in foil sheet. Leave them stuck togethor in the shape of the potatoes.
  5. Salt potatoes lightly..
  6. Drizzle olive oil over the top of the potatoes and around the sides. Don't be too stingy, but don't overdo it.
  7. Shake Italian Seasoning over the top of the potatoes. Cover potatoes well.
  8. You should be able to fold up the ends of the foil and seal it up. It should look like a small log about the diameter of a potato. It should be rolled up good enough that you can rotate it without the oil leaking out.
  9. Put potatoes on the grill and let potatoes roast for about half an hour. Be sure to rotate from time to time so the potatoes don't get burnt.
  10. Once they are done remove from grill and serve.
  11. (Optional) You can also sprinkle your potatoes with parmesan cheese. This adds a little more pizazz to the.!

This is really pretty simple once you make it a time or two. The olive oil is the real key to getting a good flavor. I've also tried shaking a little bit of parmesan cheese and it really added a nice flavor. Good luck and if you try it, please let me know what you thought.



You can also use your broiler and roast your seasoned potates in the oven. Don't forget to turn them in there also! I like to open the foil for the last couple of minutes to let the broiler add a little more crispiness to the potatoes.


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      Kyraa 3 years ago

      Beryl , what an Beryl , what an amazing rcpiee, I followed your directions to the T and it was amazing my wife and 2 children 3 & 5 yrs old all ate it up. AMAZING , That night the kids slept wit my wife & I because they do that some nights and all 4 of us were in our king size bed and Laughing because those beans gave us some wonderful anal artillary. I will check out some of your other video's as wellBlessings and Grace,Warren Tibbs , KC Missouri

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      Kenneth Wayne 5 years ago from Alabama

      Hope everyone is still enjoying them! I've made them a few times in the oven this past winter. Just have to broil them real good to make the outsides a little crisp.

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      Phoebe Pike 5 years ago

      This sounds awesome.

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      Tonette Fornillos 6 years ago from The City of Generals

      I LIKE this recipe. I've been looking how to cook potato aside from deep frying. This is perfect with onions or not.

      Thanks for the tips.

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      MissE 8 years ago from Texas

      Sounds good!

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      Kenneth Wayne 8 years ago from Alabama

      I like onions, but not with this one.

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      Tina 8 years ago from Wv

      Yum! Don't forget the Onions!