Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Italian Chicken Tin Foil Dinner

This serves up memories of girls camp and fathers and sons camping. We would always have this meal our first night of girls camp (although it was usually made with a ground beef patty instead of the chicken) and it was a staple on our hike and our over-nighter as 5th years. I'm sure if you've gone camping at all you've had this at one point in your life.

It's an easy and yummy meal.

Italian Chicken Tin Foil Dinner
5 chicken thighs, marinated all day in italian dressing
1 carrot per person, chopped roughly
4 potatoes, diced
8 slices of bacon, halfed

For the potatoes, put in plastic baggie and coat with 1tbsp oil, 1 tbsp garlic powder, 1 tbsp basil, and some dried parsley. Coat potatoes evenly.

Divide up the potatoes on pieces of foil, top with carrots and chicken. Top the chicken with bacon.

Bake at 425 degrees for 45 minutes.

Eat and enjoy and let it take you down memory lane.


Stephanie said...

That's a lot fancier than our girls' camp meals. We would do ground beef patties, but I think that chicken and bacon sound so much better!!

Rebekah said...

ours too!! I prefer the chicken I think! Plus I don't have to hike to eat it!! :O)

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