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BBQ Scalloped Potatoes

BBQ Scalloped Potatoes recipe
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Looking for great BBQ spuds? These Parmesan-cheesy potatoes start out in the microwave and finish in a foil packet on the grill.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 1/2 cup each
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posted:
8/21/2009
The Potato's took forever to cook and ended up being not worth it - we finally just threw them away! In the future, I would grill the potato's first all the way through in thin slices, then top with the sauce (heated on the stove) after the potatoes have been cooked. I think it would be delicious that way!
posted:
8/16/2009
We have lots of potatoes in the garden & I thought this recipe might be a good way to cook some of them up. I expected the potatoes to have BBQ sauce on them, since that is what the name says. I think you should rename the recipe "GRILLED Scalloped Potatoes." If reduced-fat Miracle Whip is used, this would make an excellent low-fat alternative to traditional scalloped potatoes.
posted:
7/30/2009
I don't care for Miracle Whip so I substitute any creamed soup. When I go camping I make a bunch of these with ground beef or pork chops, double wrap in heavy duty foil and freeze. They are great to throw in a fire or barbecue for a quick premaid meal. We simply call them hobo dinners.
posted:
7/30/2009
Yes, it is so good. In the winter I place a hamburger patty on the bottom. Cook in the oven. Everyone has there on foiled plate. Children love making it too. Good to put in oven before a game. Come home and it is done. thanks. Also tried it with pork chops. Very good.
posted:
7/28/2009
my mother-in-law used to make this years ago! she made it in individual packets with a hamburger patty at the bottom, then the potatoes, carrots and diced onion. it is fantastic!
posted:
6/27/2009
We LOVE this dish! It is great, except that it does take longer to bake in the oven, almost an hour even after putting them in the microwave for almost 10 minutes. I also added about 2 tbls mesquite bbq sauce to the miracle whip mixture, it was great!
posted:
6/11/2009
everyone loved it, even my 9 and 4 yrs old.
posted:
5/31/2009
I use shredded carrots instead of sliced, and a bit more miracle whip, but otherwise, the recipe is awesome-- It's been a huge hit at get-togethers. Tastes better when you let the potatoes get a little browned-- yummy!
posted:
3/11/2009
Prep time was way too long and the Miracle Whip was awful. I will never make this again.
posted:
10/16/2008
needs to be mixed better next time.
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