Welcome to my Tailgating BBQ series! From September 15-30, I’ll be sharing grilled recipes that are perfect for tailgating. Each day there will be a new grilled recipe posted to give you inspiration and help build your collection of easy tailgating recipes.
Plus, and this is the really exciting part, one lucky reader will win this amazing Napoleon PRO285 TravelQ grill! Here’s how to enter…
Let’s keep the Tailgating BBQ Series going with this recipe from Megan from NEPA Mom. Here’s her recipe:
I have really been enjoying all the previous posts in the ongoing tailgating series even though admittedly, I’m not much of a tailgater. However, I LOVE cooking on my grill and I am always looking for quick and easy meals with minimal fuss and cleanup—and really, isn’t that the beauty of tailgating?
Whether you are tailgating at the big game or cooking out in your yard we all want flavorful food fast and that is exactly what my Salt and Vinegar Potatoes on the Grill are. My family loves salt and vinegar chips so I set out to replicate that flavor in grilled potatoes and as Christina likes to say “ these are a keeper!”
Plus,much of the preparation is done beforehand so when it’s time for the game you just have to grill them and you are ready to go!
I hope you enjoy these Salt and Vinegar Potatoes on the Grill as much as my family does.
Salt and Vinegar Grilled Potatoes
- White Vinegar
- Malt Vinegar
- Olive Oil
- Kosher Salt
- 6-8 large Red Roasted Potatoes
- Cut potatoes into cubes and cover with water. Add 1 cup white vinegar and a dash of kosher salt and bring to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes and drain. At this point you can put them in a Ziploc bag or bowl until you are ready to grill.
- Preheat grill over high.
- Put potatoes into large bowl and drizzle with olive oil until well coated.
- Add 1 cup malt vinegar and 1 tsp kosher salt and mix well.
- Place potatoes on to a square of aluminum foil and seal the top.
- Place on grill over indirect high heat
- *To cook over indirect heat put one burner on high and turn the adjacent burner off. Place the potatoes on the side of the grill that the burner is turned off*
- Allow to cook until tender, stirring occasionally so they don't stick to the foil.
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- I always use unsalted butter in my recipes.
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Thanks so much for sharing your great recipe, Megan! If you like this recipe, please pin it or share it! And, of course make sure you subscribe to It’s a Keeper so you don’t miss a single one!
You can find all of the Tailgating BBQ series recipes here. And, of course, make sure you enter the Napoleon grill giveaway!
Have you been to or had a Tailgate BBQ before? What was the most memorable food you tried?
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