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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Tin Foil Dinners

This is a PERFECT summer recipe.  There is a down side… it will heat your house hotter than … heck.  And they kinda take a long time.  But they are soo yummy.  And these are amazingly awesome for camping.  Especially, if you cut and package them up before hand, build your fire as soon as you get to your campsite and let them cook while you set up… you get everything done and, ta-da, so is dinner.

4 Small Potatoes
6-7 Carrots
1/2 lb Ground Beef
You can put in other things like: celery, bell peppers, or whatever your little taste buds desire.  You can also substitute the hamburger for chicken, pork, venison, ect.
Put your hamburger on to brown.  Wash and chop your veggies while occasionally stirring your hamburger.  When your meat is cooked, form your assembly line.  Tear off four sheets of tin foil and pile appropriate amounts in the middle of each.
My Mr. Right gets more than Little Monkey…  When all your veggies and meat are appropriately divided onto the sheets of foil, take one sheet and put the opposite side together, wrapping around your pile of veggies and meat.  Roll the foil down a couple times to hold it together.  Roll the ends, securing your food inside the foil pouch.
I usually wrap with another layer of foil, because I don’t like cleaning the oven…  Bake at 450 F for 30-45 minutes or until veggies are tender.  Enjoy!

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