Feed Them Dinner With Campfire Cooking
Campfire Cooking is the perfect way to prepare a meal when camping, traveling in an RV or even a staycation at home. Campfire cooking keeps the mess to a minimum and infuses the food with flavor. My husband came up with this recipe on his own while on a guy’s camping trip and they all came home talking about it. I made him make it for us the next time we were camping and now my kids ask him to make them at home all the time. They have named them Daddy’s Potatoes.
Daddy’s Potatoes Campfire Cooking Recipe
6-8 Klondike Red Skin Potatoes
1/2 cup butter
1 large Vildalia Sweet Onion
1 Tbsp Minced Garlic
Salt and Pepper
Wash potatoes and slice into 1/4 inch slices.
Peel Onion and cut off the top and bottom.
Slice Onion in half and then slice into 1/4 inch slices.
Pop out onion rings so they are separated.
Form a cooking packet out of aluminum foil (the grill rolls work best because they are larger)
Place Potatoes and Onions in foil packet.
Top with butter and minced garlic.
Sprinkle with Salt and Pepper to taste.
Close up packet (you may need to use extra foil)
Place packet on top of metal grate over campfire and cook for approximately 45 minutes. (This time may vary based on the heat of the fire, so check potatoes and serve when cooked)
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Topic: Campfire Cooking