Morton Salt: $0.55/1 Printable Coupon + a Recipe

by Marcy on August 9, 2010 · 0 comments

We grill a lot in the summer, and in an effort to mix things up a little, I am always experimenting with new seasonings. One of my tried and true favorites is Kosher Salt – I love the bold flavor that it gives to steaks and potatoes. I also use Seasoned Salt quite a bit, but had never tried Morton’s Seasoned Salt before. In fact – I have never branched beyond Morton’s Kosher Salt or Iodized Salt – so I was excited to give it a try!

I make “potato packets” at least once a week, so I thought I would add Morton’s Seasoned Salt to my potatoes on Friday night. I tend to just eyeball things when making these packets, but here is a stab at a recipe for them:

Grilled Potatoes

Ingredients:

Non Stick Cooking Spray
2 TBSP Butter
5-6 Small Red Potatoes (or 1 medium Idaho potato), skins on
1 tsp Morton’s Seasoned Salt

Directions:

Spray foil with non stick cooking spray. Scrub and dice potatoes (skins on) and place on a piece of foil. Cube butter and add to potatoes. Sprinkle on Morton’s Seasoned Salt. Fold foil over to create a packet, and fold up the sides to seal. Grill over Medium High Heat for 10-15 minutes (depending on thickness of potatoes)

1 packet serves 1-2 people

Enjoy!

Right now you can print a $0.55/1 Morton’s Seasoned Salt here. If your grocery store doubles coupons you can score a great deal on this!

I love Morton’s Kosher Salt and use it in almost everything that calls for salt. One large box lasts forever – an added plus! I am also a new fan of Morton’s Seasoned Salt. It added a great flavor to the potatoes, and I can definitely see myself using it in my pot roasts and soups this winter. Check out all of the products that Morton’s has to offer here.

Disclosure: This post is part of  Morton Salt campaign via Collective Bias. I was compensated for this post, however the opinions shared here are 100% my own. View my disclosure policy here.


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