Gluten Free Char-Grilled Baby Potatoes: A Zesty Lemon Dill Dressing

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🥔 Zesty Lemon Dill Char-Grilled Baby Potatoes, A Gluten Free Delight!

Potatoes have this magical way of making our summer dining an absolute delight. What’s your ultimate summer pleasure? Is it maybe a refreshing lemonade, kid friendly appetizers, or a new gluten free dinner dish that makes your family head over heels? No matter your choice of party theme, potatoes can join the party anytime! These super spud buddies are incredibly versatile, offering endless possibilities to serve them up in a safe, gluten-free manner. Celiac Disease eating safe!

In this post, we shine a spotlight on the basic side dish potential of potatoes and their remarkable health benefits. Not only do they provide a sense of satisfaction by keeping you feeling full, but they also play a crucial role in maintaining a healthy blood sugar level. What’s more, these versatile gems contribute to boosting your immune system, making them a true nutritional powerhouse.”

“Fun Quotes”

“A good potato is a meal in itself.”


Why did the potato go to the BBQ festival? To “ketchup” with all its barbecue buddies!


“Potatoes are the perfect food. You can eat them any way you want.”

-Gordon Ramsay

🥔 Ingredients for Success 🍋🌿🧂

Embrace the sizzling summer vibes with the addition of fresh herbs, simple spices, and of course, our beloved Gluten Free Fresh Lemony Dill Herb Potatoes Dish. With a handful of ingredients, you can keep your culinary barbecue creations deliciously uncomplicated under the sunny skies!

“The Potatoes”

  • Yukon Gold
  • Russet
  • Red
  • Fingerling

We honestly don’t even look at the type unless its stated to be organic and purchased from Costco.

“The Dressing/Sauce”

  • Butter
  • Baby Potatoes
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Olive Oil
  • Garlic


  • Lemon
  • Dill Herb

Tip: Don’t be afraid to experiment with different toppings.
Tip: Keep the toppings to a minimum so that the flavor of the pizza doesn’t get overwhelmed.

🥔 A Quick Look! What to Expect! (Avoid Cross Contact)

Instant Pot ➡️ Grill Time

Options are open and there’s no MUST method unless you have a reference. You don’t need to boil the potatoes before grilling, but it is an optional step that we found to be optimal.

Gluten free designated pressure cook pot is the first start after the food prep and wash.

Cut the potatoes into similar sizes so that they cook evenly

Grilling the potatoes directly on the grill can create a good char, make sure to brush with oil to prevent them from sticking.

Grilling the potatoes for 15-20 minutes, or until they are tender and slightly charred.

Serve the potatoes hot with the lemon dill dressing

🥔 Best reasons to try & Why you’ll love this recipe!

Gluten free | Baby Potatoes | Dill | Grilled |Lemon | Olive Oil | Side Dish | Simple | Top 10 GF Summer Recipes

All the fancy cool things that the potato can do and contribute while be incredibly versatile, easy to prep, and that can be enjoyed in so many awesome ways. Beyond their culinary charm, potatoes serve as a great source of essential nutrients, all at an affordable price and readily available in your local grocery store.

Reason #1: [Summer Essential] Top 10 Easy & Healthy Gluten Free Summer Recipes a easy to follow and copy set of posts.

Reason #2: [Healthier choice]

Reason #3: [Barbecue Classic & Amazing Side Dish]

Reason #4: [Gluten Free & Versatile]

Reason #5: [Simple & Easy]

This dish is easy to make and can be easily customized to your own taste. If you like a more flavorful dressing, you can add more lemon zest or a pinch of cayenne pepper.

“3 Key Highlights”

→ Carbohydrates

Provides a good source of carbohydrates, which is the body’s main source of energy. (Some carbs, such as processed sugars, are not as healthy as natural carbs)

→ Resistant starch

Potatoes naturally contain a certain type of starch called resistant starch, which is not digested by the body it, instead the eaten potato ferments in your large intestine and feeds “good” gut bacteria. Having a number of health benefits like improving gut health and blood sugar control.

→ Potassium

Eating a well balanced potassium-rich diet is very important for maintaining good health, functioning muscles, and helps regulate body fluid retention.

🥔 Kitchenware Needed:

  • Pressure Cook Style (Instant pressure cook pot)
  • Heat gloves, simple but always wear protection for the hands
  • Mixing bowl or air tight jar with lid, to save for later
  • Grill or a open fire within a contained environment
  • Metal tongs for hot food handling
  • Skewers
  • Plate for serving

🖨️ GF Baby Potatoes with a Lemony Dill Dressing - Recipe Card

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

Simple, light, and a refreshing gluten free side dish is perfect for a summer cookout or a family picnic.

Cook these baby potatoes until reaching tenderness in your lovely pressure cooker and finally with a crispy charred finish on the open fire. Following up with an easy homemade GF dressing made with olive oil, lemon juice, salt, and pepper (optional, Dijon Mustard). We will teach! The addition of fresh dill gives the dressing a bright and herbaceous flavor that perfectly complements the grilled lemon potatoes!


  • 2 dozen baby potatoes
  • 1-½ Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • ½ Cup Dill Chopped Finely
  • 2 cloves garlic finely minced
  • Zest of 1 Lemon
  • Juice of 1 Lemon
  • Salt and Pepper to Taste


  1. Pressure Cook Potatoes in ½ Cup of Water for 5 minutes on High in the Instant Pot.
  2. While potatoes are cooling, mix the remaining ingredients in a bowl. Add the cooked potatoes and serve
  3. Toss potatoes with olive oil, salt, and pepper.
  4. potatoes on a gf side of the grill and roast for 20-25 minutes, or until you notice a charred, golden brown and crispy.
  5. Pour in and Stir up the dill and lemon juice.
  6. Serve immediately.


⏲️ The cooking time for the potatoes will depend on sizes. Start cooking in pressure cooker, check within after 10 minutes and cook until they are "fork-tender" ready.

To Serve: You can also char these potatoes on the grill after marinating them in the mixture. Follow the recipe above, skewer the potatoes, and char on the grill. Return potatoes to the marinade

Experiment: Give this dish a fancy finish (To garnish) with the potatoes, you can sprinkle them with fresh dill and leave in some lemons.

Make-Ahead: You're more than welcome to prepare the dressing ahead of time and have it chilled in the refrigerator within a sealed jar.

Leftovers: Best served immediately, and can also be stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 days with proper air sealed containers.

Tip and tricks: If you don't have a small bowl to whisk the dressing in, you can use a jar with a lid. Just shake the jar until the dressing is well-combined.

🥔 Conclusion (Key Points)

In this post, we’ve outlined the crucial steps and important considerations when cooking for individuals who may not be familiar with celiac disease or gluten-free dietary requirements. We genuinely hope you found our tips useful and, most importantly, remember to enjoy the cooking process and have a great time!”

We recommend our “Top 10 Gluten Free Easy Breezy Summer Recipes” with the hottest playbook of recipes to impress your Celiac and Gluten free friends and family this summer!

Stay tuned for our next post, where we’ll discuss some of our more new exotic recipes, flashy dishes, and hearty meals that you might want to peek at 👀

Frequently Asked Questions [FAQS]:

If you don’t have fresh dill?

Alternative, you can definitely use some dried dill or a mix combination of other herbs, such as parsley, chives, or tarragon to achieve similar taste.

I don’t have an instant crook pot? What do I do??

No problem! Let’s fire up a pot with some water until boil. Use separate utensils, cookware, and dishes for gluten-free foods. This will help to prevent cross-contact.

I’m visiting the in-laws and only have the grill, can I still complete this recipe?

No problem! Let’s fire up a pot with some water until boil.

Would regular size potatoes work?

Yes, I’ve been in this last minute situation before and we handled it very well. Cut those big potateoes into smaller pieces and follow the same process

Hello! I’m Priya J Shah-Cruz, a very passionate & innovative food blogger genius mom behind “Arianna’s Vida.” Facing challenges of finding healthy great tasting recipes that cater to diverse tastes, dietary needs, & sometimes little picky eaters.



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