Potatoes and Onions

We made this recipe from Tammys Recipes a few weeks back, and well, I guess I didn't follow the directions 100% and the taters were burnt and just not all that.

Plus, the potatoes in the fridge were old. As in, seriously, on their last leg. If you've never had OLD potatoes (no, I don't mean the ones that are soft, smelly and fuzzy!), don't worry, they aren't that great!

Anyways, its scalloped potatoes on the grill. Wrapped in TWO foil packets, not one, so you can seal it well and flip. Oh. Ok. I see what the problem may have been.

So I decide to try it again with the chicken thighs. And wow! They were awesome! Definitely recommend fresh potatoes too (20 lb bag from Costco last week and each one of the spuds is the size of my hand if not larger!)

3 cups of thin sliced potatoes (I used one Coscto size spud and used the mandolin to slice it thin)
1 cup of thin sliced onions (again, Costco sized sweet onion, sliced on the mandolin)
3/4 cup of mayo or sour cream (I used 1/4 mayo and 1/2 cup sour cream)
1/4 cup of Parmesan
1 cup mozzarella cheese
1 tsp parsley
salt and pepper
dash of Cayenne pepper flakes
clove of garlic, finely minced

Mix the mayo/sour cream, cheese and spices together in large bowl. Dump in the onions and taters, mix well till all coated.
Tear 2 sheets of foil to about 15-20 inches long. Spray with Pam (well) and divide taters between 2 sheets. Fold up and seal well (you know, fold over and over and repeat)

Grill on medium high heat, turning over half way through for about 20 minutes til taters are done. They smell awesome and you will hear them sizzling!

When done, allow to sit a few minutes and very carefully, open foil up and serve. Yummmmm


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