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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Foil Dinner

OK so this is one of my favorite recipes for a foil dinner.

2 large potatoes cubed into small cubes. (Place in the middle of the foil)
1 stick of real butter cut into quarters. (Place in dinner so that it will melt all over the potatoes and the inside of the foil)
garlic salt about two teaspoons (Spread over the potatoes)
Dill about two Tablespoons (Spread over the potatoes)

Place it in the middle of some heavy foil with the shiny side facing up. Bring the long sides of the foil together and roll them down to the potatoes then fold the small sides like a present and roll them into the potatoes. Take another piece of foil and place the first one in the middle with the shiny side up and this time place the meal 90 degrees clock wise on the new foil. Roll the long sides together and fold and roll the short sides. If you did it right the dinner will be wrapped in foil so that the first layer is locked in by the second layer. This way the butter will not leak out. This will feed one to two people. Don't be afraid to add other things like vegetables and meets. You can cook all your favorites this way.                                                                   

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