Thirty Minute Grilled Supper

Let me show you what’s been cooking in the country!

Crank up the grill!  Dinner can be on the table in 30 minutes or less!20150701_165937_resizedb

One thing I love about summer is using the grill even more! We use ours in the winter too, but in the summer it really gets a workout! Supper can be ready really fast with a supper like the one I’m featuring today…

I started making a Grilled Foil Kielbasa supper several summers ago and it quickly became one of my go-to summer recipes. I shared it a while back but it’s worthy of a rerun because I’m afraid someone out there overlooked it and I want to do you a favor and introduce you to this great meal. =)  Here’s how I make it:

Grilled Kielbasa Packets

1 lb. Kielbasa, cut into 2 inch pieces – I use Turkey Kielbasa
2-3 potatoes, quartered
4 half ears Corn on the cob
1 onion, sliced
4 Tbl. Butter
Salt, Pepper, Paprika


Cut four 15″ pieces of foil. Layer the Kielbasa, potatoes, onion and corn on the foil. Sprinkle with salt, pepper, and paprika. Place 1 tbl of butter on top. Bring edges of foil together to the top and fold down to close tightly. Seal sides by crimping edges. Place on 350 degree grill for about 20 minutes, turning packet occasionally. Test potatoes to see if they’re soft. Take a close look…


I set the packet on the plates and just open them up and serve it rustic style. It’s like eating at the campfire (as I imagine it would be…I’m not much of a camper!). But the Kielbasa is a little charred, the potatoes are tender and the corn, perfect! Add a piece of bread and a side salad and you have dinner complete!


I hope you’ll fire up the grill and try this soon. Plan for it on a busy day. This will make your life easier (and tastier!).

What have you been cooking this week?

With love from my country kitchen,


2 thoughts on “Thirty Minute Grilled Supper

  1. That reminds me a bit of low country boil without the shrimp Denise!! I made a chicken and noodle dish on Wednesday and we are still eating on it!! I should have frozen some for later. I am using my slow cooker a lot this summer.


    1. Aren’t crock pots great for not heating up the kitchen in summer? I love mine, too! I’m doing A few experiments you may read about here on my blog. 🙂


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