Tin Foil Veggies

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Tin foil packets are a great make head meal option when you're out camping etc. Slice and dice your vegetables, season, and then throw on the fire. Super easy!

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Step 1: BoM

Sliced veggies of your choice (I'm using potatoes, mushrooms, and garlic scapes)

Olive oil

Salt (and/or whatever seasonings you prefer)

Tin foil

Fire source

Step 2: Prep

Prep your packet by slicing all your vegetables. The thinner/smaller your pieces, the faster they'll cook. Put the sliced veggies onto a large piece of tin foil.

Step 3: Season & Wrap

Cover your vegetables in olive oil and preferred seasonings. Fold the tin foil over the vegetables lengthwise and then fold the ends.

Step 4: Cook

Grill your foil pack for 15-20 minutes (or until done to your liking) OR roast in the oven at 425 for 15 minutes. Tin foil packets work over pretty much any heat source. You can also open up the packet to check for doneness as needed.

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    Peterthinking

    2 years ago

    A little splash of white wine too. Yum!