We do quite a bit of grilling in the summer…who doesn’t? I love that the house stays cool and the cooking mess is outside! I recently noticed Ore-Ida Grillers in the grocery store freezer and wanted to try them. So, when I was given the opportunity to buy Ore-Ida Grillers and share them with you, I jumped at the chance! The Ore-Ida Grillers come in two varieties: Golden Thick Cut Potatoes and Seasoned Thick Cut Potatoes. I purchased one of each kind. Following the directions on the package, I preheated my grill at a medium temperature.
Then, I placed the frozen potato slices on one side of the grill. I used the entire contents of both packages because my kids had friends over for dinner.
On the other side of the grill, I placed seasoned pork. I precooked the pork a little in my slow cooker so that it wouldn’t take so long on the grill. The Ore-Ida Grillers need to cook for about 15 minutes. I turned them once while they were cooking.
I can’t believe how easy they were! There was no peeling and slicing, no seasoning or oiling…they were ready to cook! Here is my food off the grill.
The Ore-Ida Grillers are delicious! Everyone in my family and my kid’s friends loved them! They were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. My favorite was the Seasoned Thick Cut Potatoes. We dipped them in ketchup and ranch dressing. Next time I make Ore-Ida Grillers I want to make a sour cream dip!
These are going to be a new family favorite! I love serving potatoes but often skip them because I am trying to quickly get a meal on the table and don’t have the time to make potatoes. But these were so easy to make and require little to no effort! I like that they can be made in the oven as well. There are times when it just doesn’t work to grill but we can still have these Ore-Ida Grillers!
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