First Baptist Church of New Carlisle, Ohio has a rich and unique history in our community. Since 1955 we've been establishing ourselves as a lighthouse for Jesus Christ in our hometown of New Carlisle, Ohio.

We have Bible Study at 9:15 am and Worship Service at 10:30 am every Sunday. Childcare/nursery provided for all services. Wednesdays we have Prayer Meeting at 7:00 pm and Revive Student Ministries for youth at 7:00 pm

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Kitchen Korner: NFNF Potatoes (No-fuss, No-fail) - By Dolly Lawler

Here's a recipe you'll want to use over and over again.  These potatoes are always great, whether you're grilling them at the lake for your family or serving them to guests at your home dining room table.  Sometimes "simple" is better and more appealing than peeling, chopping, mixing, not to mention clean up time spent in the kitchen for a meal.

If I'm fixing this recipe for Ken and me, I adjust it to using just one potato which we split between the two of us.  (I'm trying to watch our intake of food these days.)  This recipe may be prepared ahead then put on the grill or in the oven an hour or so before your meal.

(No-Fuss, No-Fail) 

4 baking potatoes, quartered
4 Tbs. butter
1 large onion, quartered
1 garlic clove, minced
Salt and pepper, to taste

If preparing these potatoes at home in the oven for a meal at the table, place the above recipe in the center of a large piece of aluminum foil.  Wrap tightly and place on a cookie sheet (in case there is some leakage), then roast in a 425° oven for about an hour.  Dip up into a serving dish to set on the table for your meal.

If preparing these potatoes to be grilled outside for a lawn party, divide the potato quarters, butter, onion, and garlic equally and place in the center of four pieces of heavy-duty aluminum foil.  Wrap tightly and grill for about 1 hour or until potatoes are soft.

Optional:  If desired, you may want to add red or green bell pepper slices to the vegetable mix prior to grilling or roasting.  Also at serving time, you may want to sprinkle top with a little Parmesan cheese.


Dolly Lawler

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