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Cooking In/Near RV: Foil Dinners

If our campground has a fire pit or a grill, one of the easiest dinners to make are foil packet dinners. As a bonus, it doesn’t heat up the RV!

You can throw almost anything in aluminum foil and cook it over a fire, a grill, or in the oven. (Just make sure to double wrap in foil to help protect from burning over any flames.) We’ve done sweet potatoes (off to the side in the warm ashes), meatballs and vegetables, chicken/potatoes/vegetables.

The dinners are pretty easy to put together. On a large sheet of aluminum foil, towards the middle, place a few small pats of butter, or spray with a non-stick spray. Add a layer of sliced onions and a few vegetables. Add your meat, Place a few slivers of onions on top. Sprinkle with the seasoning of your choice (we like Cajun seasoning). Wrap up tightly. If the flames are still pretty hot, I will add another layer of foil to help keep things from burning.

Will claims the mask helps with the onion smell. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Comment (1) on "Cooking In/Near RV: Foil Dinners"

  1. Love this idea… Such a healthy, quick and clean way to fix dinner…I love this idea as our grilling season begins…Enjoy hearing about your cooking tips…. You don’t steer us wrong Thanks so much…..

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