Everyday Mom's Meals: Steaks On The Grill Potatoes In The Oven

Sunday, April 11, 2021

Steaks On The Grill Potatoes In The Oven

When you're grilling what do you plan for side dishes? Do you try to cook everything on the grill? Do you plan some make ahead things waiting on you in the fridge? Do you let the master griller in your house take care of the main dish while you cook the sides inside? 

I would say I am definitely a mix of all three, depending on the situation and how many I am cooking for. If we are doing a big cookout I will make sure some tasty sides can be prepared earlier in the day so we are only waiting on the burgers and dogs come supper time. But if we are just grilling for the four of us, I am happy to let Mr. E take stand over the hot grill while I am in the comfortable AC taking care of the rest of the meal.

Roasted potatoes are a classic side dish for steak night, and I have many different varieties we enjoy! Crispy Roasted Reds, Garlic Roasted, Fingerlings, Barbecue Roasted....so many more! And now we have one more that I am totally obsessed with! 

These only have 4 ingredients, one of them being optional, and the star is Montreal Steak Seasoning. I always have a bottle on hand because I use it on steaks, chicken, burgers and even in a fantastic dip that is addictive!

For this recipe I chose the baby creamer potatoes. They can be cooked whole, with the skin on, and the seasoning clings to every inch of it while it crisps up on the oven, all while the inside takes tender and buttery. 

If you can't find the creamer variety (or if they aren't in the budget--they can be a little pricey at times) red or gold baby potatoes, quartered would work well too.

We are celebrating the arrival of grilling and cookout season. These simple, but flavorful potatoes will definitely be making an appearance over and over all summer long! 

 Montreal Roasted Potatoes

3 lbs. creamer potatoes

3 TBS olive oil

2 TBS Montreal Steak Seasoning

Dried Parsley

Preheat oven to 400. In a large bowl combine potatoes, oil and seasoning. Toss to coat. Transfer to a large baking pan. Roast for 30-40 minutes until fork tender. Sprinkle with dried parsley before serving.

 Shared at Weekend Potluck


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