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Grilled Potatoes Recipes


Cooking grilled potatoes on the barbecue

When someone mentions the word "barbecue, BBQ" or "grill" we immediately think about hamburgers and hot dogs. But what about the potatoes? They can be cooked in a wide variety of ways; their versatility is something quite remarkable. You can bake, boil, fry, roast and grill them.

One of the interesting things about potatoes is that you can put them on the grill while simultaneously cooking different foods, without changing the taste of the others. They don’t require too much attention; just check on them once in a while to make sure they won’t get burned.


You can grill them using two different methods:

  • By partially cooking them before grilling
  • By wrapping them in foil

Method 1: Partially cook (pre-cook) them before grilling:

Grilling potatoes

Step 1

Cut Russet or red potatoes in slices, wedges, or quarters and cook them in boiled water with salt until partially cooked. (Cook for about 15 to 20 minutes)

Step 2

Once they are done, let them drain.

Step 3

Now, you can season them (you can use Italian seasoning herbs or Herbes de Provence seasoning, for example).

Step 4

Then, grill them using some skewers until they have a golden, crispy texture.


Method 2: Grilling them in foil:

Step 1

Cut Russet or red potatoes in slices, wedges, or quarters.

Step 2

You can add a little olive oil or butter, some salt and pepper and also chopped garlic, peppers or onions to them, too.

Step 3

Wrap the BBQ potatoes in foil and put it on the grill for about 45 minutes or until they are tender. (Remember to cover the grill)

The amount of ingredients to be used for the grilled potatoes is really short; there is no need for a bunch of unnecessary items. 

Potatoes, olive oil or butter, salt, pepper and your preferred herbs for seasoning is all that is required to prepare this scrumptious plate.


As you can see the process of grilling potatoes is very simple. It doesn’t take long to enjoy them once they are on the grill. Cutting them into the desired shape only need like 10 to 15 minutes and depending on the method you choose to cook them, they can be ready in 30 to 45 minutes.

There is something about the flavor of these tubers on the grill that make them taste different, so try them out and enjoy!



More cooking on the grill:

Grilled Red Potatoes










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