Thursday, April 14, 2011

Red Potatoes, Sweet Yellow Onion, Mushrooms and Yellow Squash on the grill!

Last weekend Doug and I drove down to Atlanta, GA and joined our daughter Brenda and her husband Nate for the MS walk at beautiful Piedmont Park. Many of Brenda and Nate’s friends, and other family members participated in the 3.2 mile walk to earn money for the fight against MS.
Saturday afternoon we headed back to Brenda and Nate's, Brenda prepared one of our favorite fresh vegetable dishes.
Fresh red potatoes, sweet yellow onions, yellow squash and mushrooms cooked to perfection accompanied by grilled chicken breast. A tasty and healthy meal with family, there is nothing better.
Thanks Brenda and Nate for a job well done and to all of your friends and family for participating!

And of course a wonderful weekend at Brenda and Nate's, good times, great food and wonderful family. Cheers!

Here is Brenda’s Version:

Forgot to take a picture! I am sure one of us will be preparing this dish again real soon. Anyone- please send a photo for me to post! Thanks!
Red Potatoes, Sweet Yellow Onion, Mushrooms and Yellow Squash on the grill!

• 8 small red potatoes, washed and sliced in half
• ½ Sweet yellow onion peeled and sliced
• 2 large or 3 medium yellow squash cleaned and sliced, about ¼ inch per slice
• 8 ounce package of fresh mushrooms, cleaned and sliced, about four slices per mushroom
• 1 to 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil or butter
• Non-stick cooking spray
• Salt and Pepper to taste

• Heat the grill to medium heat
• If using an oven bake at 350 decrees for 35 for 45 minutes
• Line the grill pan with aluminum foil and spray the foil with non-stick cooking spray
• Or a 1 Tablespoon of butter
• In the grilling pan layer the red potatoes, onions, squash then the mushroom. Drizzle with olive oil ( you can add a dash of butter, olive oil or cooking spray between the veggie layers)
• The mushrooms will cook quickly so it is best to pace them on top

• Place on the grill over medium heat for 35 to 45 minutes

• The veggies are done when you you can pierce the potato with the tip of a knife

A great side dish for any entree!

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