Tin Foil Dinners

Tin Foil Dinners

Tin Foil Dinners
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The hardest part of this grilling recipe is starting the grill! Tin Foil Dinners are foil-pack dinners with ground beef and vegetables that take just minutes to make. Ground beef and vegetables are divided among pieces of aluminum foil and folded into pouches. After just 10 minutes on the grill, the dinners will be ready to eat! The grill gives them amazing flavor and the sealed pouches trap the tasty drippings for one delicious meal.


Cooking Time10 min

Cooking MethodGrilling

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This style of cooking is unique. I think it originated from the Arab countries. We've tried cooking some dishes in a tin foil this but the difference is the odd way of cooking it. We would dig a small hole in the ground, put embers, then place the food wrapped in a tin foil on top of the embers, cover the hole then wait until the food is cooked. Weird isn't it? But believe me, the food tasted so good. It retained the juices and the flavor of the food inside the foil.

This sure is a novel idea. Also saves on washing up the dishes! A great all rounder if you ask me. You can also get creative with what you put in the pouches. I like this idea. I also think that you could cook this in the oven too. I'm definitely going to be making some dinners like this.


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