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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Foil Packet Meals

Pamela asked me to post this after I told her my mom and I were having one for dinner last week.  She had never heard of it.  And it is so simple.  So here we go:

Basically, preheat oven to 425

Take a large piece of foil and pat down a large (I usually do about 6 inches diameter) hamburger patty.

Then pile on veggies (I use carrots and bell peppers, onions and potatoes most often)

Season with salt and pepper or whatever other seasonings you might like.  Sometimes I use creole seasoning.

Fold over the foil and tuck edges in to seal (leave room for steam.

Bake for about 40 minutes so veggies all cook through and are soft.  Take out, unwrap and chow down.


1 comment:

  1. I only recently heard of these and it's from someone from where I work. They call them Hobo's.
    Haven't tried them yet but I plan to. Yum!