From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
No one want to spend hours slaving over the hot stove while they’re camping. Even if you have a giant gourmet RV kitchen, chances are you would rather be outside enjoying nature, than inside chopping and sautéing.
But unless you plan on eating cereal three times a day, some food preparation is necessary.
Wrap meat, veggies, fruit, or any combination of the three, along with some spices and oil in a piece of foil. Place it on a grill or in some hot coals, and let it cook. That’s it!
How to Make a Foil Packet
Flat Pack: Best for foods that you want to brown, like meat
Lay a large piece of heavy-duty foil, or a double layer of regular foil, on a flat surface. Make sure it is at least twice as long as the food you’re wrapping.
Place the ingredients in the middle of the foil. Bring the long sides of the foil together in the center and fold them together. Fold over and over until the foil is flat next to the food. Tightly roll up the short ends until they reach the food.
Steam Pack: Best for foods you want steamed, like vegetables, fruits, or meat/veggie combinations
Tear off a large piece of foil just as you would for a flat pack.
Place the ingredients in the middle of the foil. Bring the long sides together in the center and began folding towards the food. Stop before you get to the food, leaving at least an inch of space for the steam to gather. Roll in the short ends, again leaving an inch or so of space between the end of the fold and food.
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