My heart has been aching for the Sullenger Family during this hard time. It has been reminding me to cherish each moment.
We have been having a lot of fun lately experimenting with tinfoil dinners and trying all sorts of variations. They are so easy to put together and pretty much anything tastes great once cooked. Here are a few of our favorites:
The basic tinfoil dinner is fool proof and is a great starter for any tinfoil meal. You can pretty much add anything and it will taste great! This is my husband's favorite.
What You Need:
- 1 serving meat
- 2 cups veggies
- (Optional) Some sort of sauce: Creme of chicken/mushroom, BBQ sauce, or just a bit of Oil (we like Olive Oil) or anything else you want to try
Step 1: Cut a piece of tinfoil about 15 -18 inches long. Lay it out shiny side up. If the shiny side is down, it will NOT cook- the shiny side will reflect the heat away.
Step 2: Spray or spread a little oil on the tinfoil. Add your meat and veggies. Salt and pepper to taste.
Step 3: Wrap up the tinfoil by pinching the two long edges together and rolling down and then rolling the ends together in.
Step 4: Wrap with second piece of tinfoil (shiny side up!)
I remove them from the excess oil before adding them to the rest of the meal on the tinfoil.