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This brings back to me the same memories as Virginia. I used the soy polish sausages to cut fat. Easy to make ahead.
I make this same thing only I use hamburger patties. I got it from making the same recipe in a coffee tin with the tin lid. You just baked the whole thing in the fire. Girl Scouts!!!
YUM! I used a low-fat smoked sausage in this recipe and cooked it in a large covered skillet. (We weren't camping...just a weeknight meal at home.) My husband and I really enjoyed this! I simmered it on the stove for 20 minutes and that was plenty. Thank you!!
Good and easy!
We really enjoyed these while camping. The flavor was delicious. I used butter instead of margarine, but otherwise followed the recipe. We'll certainly make this again. Thanks for a quick and tasty camping meal.
Loved these! I sliced my potatoes very thinly. Everything was done in 30 minutes. Thank you Bergy for a delicious and easy meal!
Very, very good. However, I cooked them much longer than recommended and the potatoes were still too crisp. Next time I'll slice them very, very thin or use a frozen hash brown product.
I like the addition of cabbage to the usual foil cooked meal. I brought a bag a preshredded coleslaw mix along jsut to save time. We call them "hobos" when camping, and cook them right in the hot coals. I would also add that using NONSTICK Foil is such life saver !! The meal slides right out, and doesn't burn.
I loved this! I cut the recipe down to make only one serving and then was sad because I wanted more! I used frozen hash browns for the potatoes, Worked fine. Thanks, Bergy.
We liked this. We just baked them in the oven but are planning on taking them with us next time we go camping. They are so good and everything is in them. Thank you very much for another meal to take camping with us and also for home....Stephanie