Potato Onion Salad

Grilled Potato and Onion Salad

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Grilled Potato and Onion Salad. There’s nothing quite like the taste of grilled onions. Add the heartiness of some potatoes, carrots and Country Bob’s and you’re in flavor heaven!

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Potato Onion Salad
 1½ pounds russet potatoes, cut into 2-inch pieces
 1 red onion, cut
 1 Vidalia onion, cut into ½-inch-thick rings
 baby carrots
 Cilantro, chopped
 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
 Sea salt and pepper
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Grilled Potato and Onion Salad. There’s nothing quite like the taste of grilled onions. Add the heartiness of some potatoes, carrots and Country Bob’s and you’re in flavor heaven!

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Once again, we fired up our Primo Grill again for this recipe. If you want a grill that will last a lifetime, this is the grill for you. Check them out!

Grilled Potato and Onion Salad
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Heat grill to medium.

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Mix the potatoes, onions, carrots, Cilantro, All Purpose Sauce, vinegar and Seasoning Salt in a bowl.

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I used an aluminum foil pan for easy cleanup.

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Place on your grill.

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Stir frequently, until tender and slightly charred, about 25 minutes.

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Add 1¼ teaspoons salt, and ¼ teaspoon pepper to the mix and stir.

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Serve warm or at room temperature.

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Keep some extra All Purpose Sauce close by for dipping!

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Which potato when?
The difference between three varieties of potatoes: starchy, waxy, or all-purpose. Here’s a very brief description:
1) Starchy potatoes (russets and many sweet potatoes): Great for baking and frying as they’re absorbent.
2) Waxy potatoes (red-skinned and fingerling potatoes): These potatoes are great for soups and salads because they hold their shape so well during cooking.
3) All-purpose potatoes (Yukon Gold, blue, and purple potatoes): Good for roasting, mashing or baking.

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Ingredients

 1½ pounds russet potatoes, cut into 2-inch pieces
 1 red onion, cut
 1 Vidalia onion, cut into ½-inch-thick rings
 baby carrots
 Cilantro, chopped
 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
 Sea salt and pepper

Directions

1

Grilled Potato and Onion Salad. There’s nothing quite like the taste of grilled onions. Add the heartiness of some potatoes, carrots and Country Bob’s and you’re in flavor heaven!

2

Once again, we fired up our Primo Grill again for this recipe. If you want a grill that will last a lifetime, this is the grill for you. Check them out!

Grilled Potato and Onion Salad
3

Heat grill to medium.

4

Mix the potatoes, onions, carrots, Cilantro, All Purpose Sauce, vinegar and Seasoning Salt in a bowl.

5

I used an aluminum foil pan for easy cleanup.

6

Place on your grill.

7

Stir frequently, until tender and slightly charred, about 25 minutes.

8

Add 1¼ teaspoons salt, and ¼ teaspoon pepper to the mix and stir.

9

Serve warm or at room temperature.

10

Keep some extra All Purpose Sauce close by for dipping!

11

Which potato when?
The difference between three varieties of potatoes: starchy, waxy, or all-purpose. Here’s a very brief description:
1) Starchy potatoes (russets and many sweet potatoes): Great for baking and frying as they’re absorbent.
2) Waxy potatoes (red-skinned and fingerling potatoes): These potatoes are great for soups and salads because they hold their shape so well during cooking.
3) All-purpose potatoes (Yukon Gold, blue, and purple potatoes): Good for roasting, mashing or baking.

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Grilled Potato and Onion Salad

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