Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Garden Tinfoil Dinner

A few days ago I gathered a lot of different vegetables from my dad's garden and have been trying to figure out new things to make with them every night. With fall in the air I decided it was time to light the fire pit and make some Tinfoil Dinners. What a treat!

Vegetables picked fresh from the garden.

The finished product was absolutely delicious! I sliced up some cucumbers and tomatoes for the side.
Step 1: Cut the potatoes & squash into cubes. Slice onion, drizzle olive oil, sea salt, pepper and Italian Season and toss until covered (I also added in some leftover corn on the cob from the previous night that I sliced off the cob. Tear sheets of tinfoil enough to fold up. Place the mixture in the cent of the foil.
Step 2: Form loose balls with the ground meat and place on top. Seal the foil then wrap in a second layer of foil and seal.
Start a fire and get some nice hot coals from it. Place the foil dinners on the hot coals and cook for 30 minutes. Safely remove from the coals with long tongs and let sit for 3-5 minutes. Then open up and enjoy!

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