Sunday, February 3, 2013
Dinner at our house tonight is Hobo Packets. These are a simple dinner made up of a ground beef patty, onions, potatoes, carrots, and seasonings.
I start by peeling and cutting up my potatoes, carrots, and onions.
I mix my hamburger with onions, salt & pepper, worchesteshire sauce, and make patties with it.
I spray a sheet of aluminum foil with olive oil and then layer one hamburger patty, one slice of onion, potatoes and carrots and then add additional salt and pepper.
I wrap them up into individual foil packets and bake in the oven.
They are easy to make when I have all the ingredients lined up in a row. This is how they look on the baking sheet all ready to go into the oven.
And of course, this is the finished product:
As I've mentioned before, my daughter has recently showed an interest in cooking as well. She has even started her own food blog over at A Frustrated Teen Cook.
She contributed to tonight's dinner as well by making a batch of homemade ranch dressing and a batch of fried pickles.
And they were delicious! :)
That is what we had for Sunday dinner at at house. What did you have for dinner?
© Belinda Richardson and Frugal Workshop, 2011-2013.
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