I love camping and campfire food. Unfortunately, I don't get to go camping very often. :( If truth be told, at this point in my life, I enjoy the comforts of a soft bed and all the comforts of home. So that means "camping" in a cabin or an RV (which is fine by me). Recently, on a random internet search, I came across a site for cooking tinfoil dinners over a campfire. I LOVE this idea, so I decided to try it at home in my own oven at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
A big piece of heavy duty aluminum foil, 1/3 pound of ground beef, sliced onion, sliced potato, fresh green beans, fresh chopped parsley, basil, oregano, Montreal Steak Seasoning and salt and pepper. Top with a few pats of butter or olive oil, seal the foil packet and bake for 1 hour at 350 degrees and dinner is served. It turned out really good.
I realized that you can do a number of different combinations: chicken breasts, mushrooms, kielbasa, whatever you can imagine can be put in a foil packet. I will definitely try this again for a quick fix meal, and even better, you can portion servings out for one.
Also, want to wish my sister a very happy birthday today. ♥ you!
Love this photo of us from our childhood and had to share it here (again):