[identity profile] zeedrippyvessel.livejournal.com
Making these for dinner.....


2 medium potatoes, peeled (not me!) and thinkly sliced
2 large tomatoes, chopped (or in my case, a can of chopped tomotoes)
1 large onion, chopped
1 package (10 oz) of frozen mixed veggies
1 4 oz can of muschrooms, drained
1/2 cup tomatoe juice
1/2 c old fashioned oats
1 egg beaten
1 T minced onion
1t salt
1/4 t pepper (I like more. Who's gonna FIND 1/4 t of pepper in ALL this???)
1lb lean ground beef

Cook and crumble beef

In large mixing bowl, combine the potatoes, tomatoes, chopped onion, mixed veggies and musrooms, setaside

In another large bowl, combine the tomato jucie, oats, egg, minced onion, alt, pepper and cooked, crumbled lean ground beef. Mix well.

Dive mixture into six portions; crumble each ortion into a piece of foil. sppon the begetable mixture oer hte beef mixutere. Season with additional salt and peppr if desired. Tightly fold up the foil around the beef and veggies and form a pouch.

Bake at 350 for 50 to 60 minte or until meat is no longer pink and potatoes are tender.

Rumor has it you can make these up and take them to the park and toss them on the grill.....
[identity profile] alexcat.livejournal.com
This recipe was given to me by [livejournal.com profile] larian and we love it. I think you could substitute meats and vegetables too if you like. Cube steak would do well I think.

FOIL DINNERS

1 lb of hamburger, made into 3-4 evenly sized patties.

Potatoes, carrots, onions.

Place each patty onto a large piece of tin foil. (1.5 to 2 ft long or so)

slice a medium sized potato over each. Add sliced carrots and chopped onions to each as you like.

Seal the packets completely.

Place on grill, Cook until done.

Or you can place the packets into a baking pan (13x9 or baking sheet) and bake at 350 for 45-60 minutes until the meat and potatoes are done. Be careful opening the packets! They're hot!
[identity profile] mdarkdreamer.livejournal.com
On my LJ I do an post called "Whats Cooking" so Im going back thru and grabing some of those and elaberating on them and adding what spices I use and such...

Hope you enjoy.

~DarkDreamer


1) Duck - Seasoned with Garlic/parsley, Lemmon/Pepper, Dill, Land O Lakes sweet cream whiped butter. Stuffed with a Granny Smith Green Apple, Navel Oronge, a Pear, a Shallott, and several whole cloves of Garlic. Extra slices placed around bird. Cooking time and temp taken from packaging on bird.


2) Baked Potatoes. Hacker enjoyed eating a few gutted tato skins! HA! You just bake them in the oven, take them out and let them cool off. You then gut them into a bowl, add butter and salt to your taste. Then can either put them back in the oven to warm or microwave them to heat them back up. This way you get the texture of a baked potato without having to fight the skin on your plate to get that last bit out...hehheh...Oh! And this way you can also use the skins as "Potato skins" like the restront apatisers


3) Asperigus! Wraped in foil with butter and dill weed and garlic. Placed in oven after the duck is done for 20 min.


4) Duck Liver. Baked in the jusces with the bird, then diced and added to potatoes. Some given to Hacker couse he be a gooood Dog!


5) Yes...the cranberys...and Hacker, always ready in case anything hits the floor! Yes yes I know, its a can...if I knew how to make jellyed cranbery souse I would have hehehhh....


6) The finished plate.
[identity profile] mdarkdreamer.livejournal.com
This is my first entry on here and I noticed there are some members I dont know. I just want to say I rarely follow instructioins well so I make up my own resipys.



1. Cod. (Dill weed, garlic, lemmon pepper, butter pats. All on top of fish and baked at 350 for 45 min)
2. White and brown rice.
3. Asparagus. (Wraped in foil with butter and dill weed and garlic. Placed in oven after fish is done for 20 min)
4. Red bell Pepper. (Choped to desired size and prepared the same way as the asparagus)

I grabed teh Red Peper just as a experimental thing and dang if it wasnt excelent! Its sweet and with the rice and fish it gives it a kick. Im one of those "Perfect bite" people and I took one asparagus, one red peper, pice of cod and the rice and it was great!

~DarkDreamer


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