Campfire Dinner. Campfire meals in foil are always dinner-winners! This sausage and veggie foil parcel couldn't be easier. To save time use baby potatoes, and wash, chop, and bag your veggies in advance.
Carrots are an excellent accompaniment; cook up in a separate foil packet. —Wendy McGowan, Fontana, California Turn your campfire — or even your grill! —into a working stove. All you need is a little aluminum foil, and you can make basically anything: steak stir-fry, quesadillas, cinnamon apples. Campfire recipes do not have to be limited to burgers and corn on the cob every night. You can have Campfire Dinner using 6 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Campfire Dinner
- It’s 4 of chicken thighs or chicken breasts (or get crazy and do both!).
- Prepare 8 of red potatoes.
- It’s 6 of small frozen corn on the cob.
- Prepare of Baby carrots.
- You need 8 oz of bottle Italian dressing.
- You need To taste of salt & pepper.
We clearly like to mix things up and try out exciting campfire recipes. These are easy campfire meals sure to please on your next camping trip. Plus, if you can master cooking while camping, you will have an invaluable skill when the SHTF. We love getting our boots muddy and exploring the outdoors all day, followed by a relaxing evening by the campfire, eating some well-earned dinner and roasting marshmallows.
Campfire Dinner instructions
- Preheat oven to 375°F.
- Line a large baking dish with foil..
- Add thawed chicken to dish. Sprinkle with salt and pepper..
- Rinse potatoes and cut into four quarters. Arrange in dish around chicken..
- Arrange the corn in with the chicken and potatoes..
- Throw the baby carrots in, as many as you like. I do a couple handfuls..
- Cover everything with the entire bottle of dressing..
- Cover with foil and place in oven for about 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Until potatoes and carrots are cooked through and chicken is completely done. I've had a hard time getting the cooking time just right, so adjust as needed!.
It's always wonderful to swap stories with your family as you all gaze up at the wide open sky. There are plenty of things to do and items to pack to ensure your trip goes. We prefer peaches, but fresh cherries and berries are fun, too. Mix and match! —Jackie Wilson, Wellsville, Utah With these easy skillet and campfire recipes, you'll be eating good in the woods—breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert included. For even more outdoor eats, check out our favorite foil pack recipes.