This recipe is super easy to throw together and you can make it as a giant meal or individually for a special customized delight. You can cook it over a campfire or in the oven. Cleanup is super easy too!
Our favorite way to dish this up: cut up all the veggies and meat and then allow everyone to create their own meal. The leftovers are even delicious for breakfast! In the morning we simply fry them up in a pan with some oil or butter until warm for a unique breakfast. My husband loves to then throw it all into a tortilla and top with hot sauce. ;)
Sausage Tin Foil Dinner
Created by jalene
- tin foil
- 4 potatoes (peeled & cut up into squares)
- 5 carrots (peeled & cut up into rounds)
- gluten free sausage (see below)
- 1 onion (cut into 1 inch squares)
- sea salt & pepper
- optional: season salt, garlic salt, etc.)
- Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.
- For individual tin dinners: Take a 12x12 inch piece of tin foil and crunch up the edges to form a bowl (as pictured above). Place that bowl In the center of a larger tin foil sheet about 12x24 inches.
- Fill your bowl with an assortment of veggies, onion and meat. Sprinkle generously with salt, pepper, and any other preferred seasonings. (And seriously, the more generous the better tasting. Just don't over do it with salt. You can always add more after its cooked.)
- Pick up the edges of the larger tin and fold them together so the foil is sealed tightly. Do this with the remaining edges as well. If you need more detailed instructions with pictures click the Chicken Foil Dinner link here or below.
- Bake for 45 minutes and check. It should be cooked with the vegetables tender. (Be sure to unwrap the foil carefully to avoid a steam burn). Serve warm. Keep leftovers in a sealed container in the fridge for up to 3 days.