Well as summer is here and the grills start to get cleaned and great smells permeate the air 😛
I do love me something grilled, so as the summer goes on I will be posting some easy grilling recipes.
This one is just dang simple…who doesn’t like potatoes and onions on the grill 🙂
I’ve been wanting to do a little grilled so called potato salad…
And I picked up some Colman’s Original English Mustard…it has a kick and I like that!!
I’ve been wondering what to do with it so I came up with this…
Chopped my potatoes and onions
In a large bowl add, vinegar, mustard, brown sugar & oil
add potatoes and onions
stir to coat and let set for a least an hour
Put into a grill basket, keep the access dressing for later
add a little more dressing just to coat once finished, then serve
4 potatoes, cubed in 1 inch pieces
1-2 large sweet onions, 1/2 inch slices, then in half again
you don’t want them to small but not too big either, remember your onions will shrink up so keep 1/2 inch strips about 3 inches long.
5 tsp. Colman’s Original English Mustard*
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
3 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
3 tbsp. brown sugar
In a large bowl add all ingredients for marinade and whisk together, add potatoes and onions and toss to fully coat, set aside for a least one hour, stir to coat every 10-15 minutes.
Add potatoes and onions to grill basket, reserving the marinade. Grill on low stirring mixture everything few minutes. As potatoes and onions cook drizzle the extra marinade over top each time until potatoes are tender and cooked through.
3 tsp. Colman’s Original English Mustard*
2 tbsp. apple cider vinegar
1 tbsp. brown sugar
add the mustard, vinegar and sugar all to a small bowl and whisk together, toss with grilled potatoes and onions and serve.
I hope you will try this next time you grill out…Enjoy!!!
*Note – If you cannot find the Colman’s in a “Mustard” form and can only find it in dry form, just take the amount in the recipe in dry and add just a little water until you make mustard 🙂