Okay, if you know me you know that I'm not the biggest camping fan in the whole world. I value comfort too much. The one thing I do love about camping, however, is tin foil dinners.Here's how I make them:
First of all I precook my ground beef. I like it all ground up, but sometimes we do it in patties too. This is where I add most of my seasonings (usually sea salt and lemon pepper, tonight I used Montreal steak seasoning because it was handy).
*Next I add sliced potatoes and sliced carrots, both from a can. They are soft this way, and do not require long cooking times.
*Sometimes I add onions, or a package of onion soup mix.
*I always add a big huge scoop of cream of chicken. This is the best part about tin foil dinners, in my opinion. It makes everything moist and yummy! Once I used herb-flavored cream of chicken, and it was wonderful. I need to look for that again!
*I double wrap it in tin foil, and since everything is already cooked, I can pack it in my cooler, take it up to the mountain, and throw it in the fire for 20-30 minutes to heat.
*Or you can do it this way too!
How do you make your tin foil dinners???