We used to do these for Girl Scouts, no tomatos, but a few pats of butter instead. I make them occasionally for the family. I sometimes add pepper strips or zukes to it for more veg. A great creative and thrifty way to make a great meal.
i grew up making these over a campfire when we used to go on family campouts. i was excited to find this recipe a year ago because its so good and brings back good memories. i use fresh carrots, potatoes, garlic and i actually add whole can tomatoes including juice. it keeps everything moist and so delicious. i have also tried ground turkey and it turns out great as well. Thx for posting!!!
I'm making them tonight! My Dad used to call them "Hobo dinners" Next, I'm gonna try chicken breast with onion and red,green peppers. I'll use taco seasoning and makr a fajtya :)
Very easy! Used 1 thick pork chop, and some steak seasoning,otherwise everything else stayed the same. Baked in the oven at 350 degrees for about 1 hour, just because the weather was lousy.(Those darn hurricanes!) Can't wait to try chicken next time. Made this for Fall PAC '08. Thanks for dinner!
sounds great..can't wait to try