Complete Turkey Dinner
Aluminum foil cooking
Primitive: Cooking at its best
|Hamburger Foil Dinner|
|Stuffed Pork Chops in Foil|
|Roast Corn on the Cob|
Can’t carry a heavy Dutch Oven but still able to cook with a fire? Try the old Boy Scout favorite Aluminum Foil!
|1/2 pound hamburger||Two carrots||1 large potato||1/2 onion||salt and pepper to taste||.|
Cut carrots, potato and onion into slices thin enough to cook quickly. Break up the hamburger into pieces, mix all ingredients together and place in aluminum foil. Double wrap the aluminum foil. Carefully wrap each layer, rolling the edges together to seal. Place directly in fire. Turn once in about 15 minutes. Cook for about 20 to 30 minutes.
Insert a knife edgewise into a pork chop to hollow the chop. Insert slices of apple dusted with cinnamon and Mozzarella cheese. You may choose to stuff your pork chops with mushrooms.
Place in foil with small onions and sliced potatoes. Wrap tightly, rolling the edges of the foil to seal, and place directly on the coals of the fire. Turn once or twice in 20 to 30 minutes.
Carefully open each corn husk and remove silk tassels. Coat with butter and salt. Close the husk and wrap tightly in aluminum foil. Place on the fire grill or directly into the fire. Roast for about 20 minutes, turning occasionally.
A valuable tip is to soak the corn in water first to steam cook the corn and reduce the chance of burning it.
|1/2 salmon, filleted skin on||1 small jar minced garlic||1 lemon||1 onion, diced||butter||lemon pepper salt|
Roll out two layers of foil longer than the salmon.
Place the salmon, skin-side-down on the foil.
Add lemon pepper and salt to taste
Coat with the minced garlic
Add a layer of dices onion
Top with lemon slices.
Lift the sides of the foil and roll together over the salmon.
Roll the ends of the foil tightly to seal the salmon.
Place on the center of a campfire and cook for 12 to 15 minutes.