Foil Cooking

Discussion in 'Healthy Outdoor Cooking' started by yetavon, Dec 13, 2013.

  1. yetavon

    yetavon everything is better around a campfire.

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    It always seems that a bunch of fresh veggies with chopped garlic wrapped in foil, sprinkled with pepper and drizzled with olive oil find there way on the fire or grill.
     
  2. tombiasi

    tombiasi Well-Known Member

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    And I think I can find a use for them when they come off the grill.
     
  3. hotrodcamper

    hotrodcamper Member

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    Love a boneles/skinless chicken breast cooked in salsa with corn. Also try thr chicken with BBQ sauce and corn. Both very tasty!
     
  4. BarbaraFaith

    BarbaraFaith New Member

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    I like the idea of the grilled veggies. One of our long standing recipes is to slice zuchini and yellow summer squash, onions and green peppers, spiced to taste, with a dash or 2 of oil, wrap in plastic and grill.
     
  5. GeorgeHahnemann

    GeorgeHahnemann Active Member

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    [?] Plastic??
     
  6. novagirl

    novagirl retired camper

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    I like to do sliced red skin potatoes and onions with spices and olive oil wrapped in foil. yummy....
     
  7. yetavon

    yetavon everything is better around a campfire.

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    Might add a new taste... But don't believe the plastic falls into the healthy part. [:D]
     
  8. real lite virgin

    real lite virgin Rob,Suzanne & Jessie - Black Lab

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    Went to my parents house a few years ago and my dad cooked a whole piece of peameal bacon in the oven. He didn't realize it was wrapped in two pieces of plastic wrap, not just one. After an hour in the oven it was still so moist from being wrapped up. But I don't have the nerve to try cooking like that because it would probably melt on me.
     
  9. brianbigdogsmith

    brianbigdogsmith Camp more Camp more often

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    I cook steaks on the grill and soak asparagus in EVOO and garlic and grill them right over the fire with the steak YUM
     
  10. Tacoma_Jim

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    I put sliced potatoes in foil, drizzled with olive oil and Mrs Dash garlic seasoning. Goes great with any grilled meat.
     
  11. capy235co

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    Been thinking that method for making fajita burritos on my next trip. Always use a cast iron skillet but might like to try this method. All this food talk has me headed to the kitchen. Has to be something in there to munch on.......
     
  12. tenttrailer

    tenttrailer Art & Joyce - Columbus, O

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    We use to do the foil cooking when we were driving on the top of the engine. Cook some hamburger with onions, drive for about 2-3 hours, It's really good. Veggies sounds like it would be good too.
     
  13. Tacoma_Jim

    Tacoma_Jim Member

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    We don't cook with aluminum much any more. Mostly cast iron and stainless. But it is handy for camping and we don't do it that much.
     
  14. woobie

    woobie My PUP is newer than my Tow Vehicle

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    Here in Utah, we call this kind of cooking "Hobo Dinners". Any other names?
     
  15. cook18729

    cook18729 Member

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    I just received a cookbook titled "Hobo Cooking" from a friend as a Christmas present. I can't wait until spring to try some of the recipes.
     
  16. hvac1877

    hvac1877 Old Dominion Iron Chefs Highland Springs, Va

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    shack master why wait to spring time use your home oven and just try them out there then take your best ones camping!!!!
     
  17. bols2Dawall

    bols2Dawall S.W. Ontario

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    I really don't like to cook too much in Aluminum , you're not actually grilling at that point , just steaming .
    I like my veggies directly on the grill , YUM
     
  18. VulcanGuy

    VulcanGuy New Member

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    When I was a kid going camping with my grandparents they took most of the grandkid like 15 of us. BEST EVER YOU WILL EAT FEED A LOT. Grandma and Grandpa MUD TRUKEY season your turkey wrap in foil heavy duet cover in mud do this 4 times buried in the in coals let cook go fishing come back check the fire add some more wood let cook about 5 hours. GOOD EATTING ...
     
  19. Orchid

    Orchid Sharp Shootin' Grandma

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