Foil Pack Dinner

Growing up, whenever we went camping, one of my favorite meals was the night we did foil pack dinners over the fire pit. My mom would have plates of potatoes, onions, peppers, meats and then any type of seasoning you could imagine. We would all fill our foil packs and then wait for what seemed like hours for them to cook over the fire. Once they were finally done, the taste was bliss. Everything came together perfectly and tasted like Summer.

Since it’s freezing here in the mitten, there is no fire pits to cook on this time of year, but for dinner the other day, I was craving the taste of those foil pack dinners.

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Seasoned b.sprouts from Trader Joe’s, I couldn’t resist and they weren’t terribly expensive either.

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Kielbasa flavored Tofurky! This was my first time trying this flavor and I have to say it was almost spot on with the “real” kielbasa.

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Spray the foil with non-stick spray and wrap it up.

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Cooked at 400 for 30 minutes.

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And served over noodles.

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Not quite as good as cooked over an open fire pit, but this will do the trick until Summer.

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