Potatoes on the Grill Campfire Potatoes

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Potatoes on the Grill Campfire Potatoes Recipe is just about all you could want to make terrific potatoes whenever you have a hankering for them. You could make these potatoes over an open fire if you have that option or are out camping, but in the meantime, use some foil to create that baked in idea and pop them in the oven to cook. You’ll get a fantastic result that is pretty close to what you might get out camping. And, bonus, no bugs!

Potatoes are a versatile food that most people really enjoy. They are a basic food rather like rice or noodles. You can serve them pretty much anywhere and with any thing. Potatoes certainly make it on the breads list, adding depth, texture, and moistness where they are used. Potatoes have even begun to appear in sweet recipes, used the same way as other vegetables such as zucchini or carrots. Their use is less for flavor and more for the moisture and texture they impart to a recipe. Regardless, that means potatoes can probably be found in just about every context from appetizers through to desserts, served hot and steaming to chilled and cold. You just cannot go wrong with potatoes, especially when you consider how affordable they are, too.

Nutrition Facts for: Potatoes on the Grill Campfire Potatoes From Cincy Shopper

Ingredients: New red potatoes, onion, garlic, butter, Worchestershire sauce, cayenne pepper, salt, pepper.

* The entire recipe has been calculated for 3 servings.

* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet

* Per Serving:Calories 322, Calories from Fat 141, Total Fat 15.7g 24%, Saturated Fat 9.8g 49%, Cholesterol 41mg 14%, Sodium 568mg 24%, Potassium 1018mg 29%, Carbohydrates 42.5g 14%, Dietary Fiber 6.7g 27%, Sugars 5.8g, Protein 4.8g, Vitamin A 11%, Vitamin C 82%, Calcium 4%, Iron 8%

Potatoes are also great to take when you go camping. They can survive quite well at moderate temperatures, requiring no refrigeration until they are split and cooked. They don’t require any seasonings to taste great, and yet only a few seasonings make them a hearty and satisfying dish. Try the one here. It uses a few simple ingredients to create a dish that will satisfy everyone on your list. Try it tonight. Thank you for this terrific recipe goes out to the Cincy Shopper bloggers.

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