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5 of The Best Tin Foil Recipes

 

The saying is true, everything really does taste better over a campfire. Today we are bringing you our top five tin foil recipes for your next RV adventure. Whether you call them hobo packs, silver turtles or the classic campfire foil, these dinners are 100% delicious and completely customizable! Watch our how-to recipe video below so you’re ready to make your own on your next motorhome trip.

 


For the Clean Eater

Ingredients:
– Salmon
– Lemon
– Asparagus
– Red bell pepper

Steps:
1. Start your fire and burn for 30 minutes to get hot coals cooking.
2. Pack your tin foil with salmon, sliced lemon, asparagus and chopped red bell pepper.
3. Top with a tablespoon of olive oil.
4. Cover tin foil pack with a second piece of foil and place on a skillet over the grill grate.
5. Leave on grill until salmon is cooked through (25-30 minutes depending on thickness).
6. Unwrap with tongs and let cool for a few minutes.

 


 

Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner 

Ingredients:
– Boneless chicken strips
– Rustic potatoes
– Carrots
– Tomato
– Rosemary

Steps:
1. Start your fire and burn for 30 minutes to get hot coals cooking.
2. Pack your tin foil with boneless chicken strips, rustic potatoes and chopped carrots. Top with Rosemary.
3. Top with a tablespoon of olive oil.
4. Cover tin foil pack with a second piece of foil and place on skillet over the grill crate.
5. Leave on grill until chicken and potatoes are cooked through (25-30 minutes depending on thickness).
6. Unwrap with tongs and let cool for a few minutes.

 


 

For the Hippie-Type

Ingredients:
– Broccoli
– Onion
– Zucchini
– Squash
– Tomato
– Thyme

Steps:
1. Start your fire and burn for 30 minutes to get hot coals cooking.
2. Pack your tin foil with chopped broccoli, onion, zucchini, squash and tomato. Top with thyme.
3. Top with a tablespoon of olive oil.
4. Cover tin foil pack with a second piece of foil and place on the skillet over the grill crate.
5. Leave on grill until veggies are soft (15-20 minutes depending on thickness).
6. Unwrap with tongs and let cool for a few minutes.

 


 

For the Love of Shrimp

Ingredients: 
– Peeled, defrosted shrimp
– Corn on the cob
– Old Bay Seasoning

Steps:
1. Start your fire and burn for 30 minutes to get hot coals cooking.
2. Pack your tin foil with shrimp, corn on the cob and season with Old Bay.
3. Top with a tablespoon of olive oil.
4. Cover tin foil pack with a second piece of tin foil and place on skillet over grill.
5. Leave on grill until shrimp are cooked through (25-30 minutes depending on thickness).
6. Take off  with tongs and let cool for a few minutes.

 


 

For the Seafood Connoisseur

Ingredients: 
– Salmon
– Shrimp
– Tomato
– Garlic
– Old bay seasoning
– Red bell pepper

Steps:
1. Start your fire and burn for 30 minutes to get hot coals cooking.
2. Pack your tin foil with shrimp, salmon, tomato, crushed garlic and red bell pepper.
3. Top with tablespoon of olive oil.
4. Cover tin foil pack with a second piece of tin foil and place on the skillet over the grill crate.
5. Leave on grill until shrimp and salmon are cooked through (25-30 minutes depending on thickness).
6. Unwrap with tongs and let cool for a few minutes.

 

 

Looking for more delicious campground recipes? Check out our famous Campfire Nachos and share your favorite RVing meals in the comment section.

 

 

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