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Campfire Ham Packets Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Revonda Corriher
Added: Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Ingredients for a single serving
• cubed ham (1/2 cup or so per pack)
• pineapple chunks (4 or 5 per pack… more if you
love pineapple)
• diced potato (cut in 1 inch pieces so it cooks in
time – 1 small potato per pack)
• 1 Tbsp butter
• ½ Tbsp brown sugar
• aluminum foil

1. Pull off enough aluminum foil to make a single serving packet. I
usually use a double layer of foil because we always eat right out of
the packets.
2. Spread butter on tinfoil.
3. Place ingredients in the center of the foil. Each person can add
ingredients to their liking since these are individual packets.
4. Fold edges together
5. Roll the edges together two or three times so steam won't escape
6. Roll the ends two or three times so steam won't escape. (HELP)



7. Throw in fire (or place on grate) for 10 to 20 minutes.
8. Fold triangles into the four corners
9. Unroll the center folds and open up so you have a bowl
10. Eat with a spoon (so you don't puncture holes in the foil).
11. Clean up is a snap -- you only have a spoon to wash!!

Directions:
Directions:
º1. Pull off enough aluminum foil to make a single serving packet. I
usually use a double layer of foil because we always eat right out of
the packets.
2. Spread butter on tinfoil.
3. Place ingredients in the center of the foil. Each person can add
ingredients to their liking since these are individual packets.
4. Fold edges together
5. Roll the edges together two or three times so steam won't escape
6. Roll the ends two or three times so steam won't escape.
7. Throw in fire (or place on grate) for 10 to 20 minutes.
8. Fold triangles into the four corners
9. Unroll the center folds and open up so you have a bowl
10. Eat with a spoon (so you don't puncture holes in the foil).
11. Clean up is a snap -- you only have a spoon to wash!!

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
Single Serving
Preparation Time:
Preparation Time:
cook time 10 to 20 mins
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
single serving

 

 

 

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