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Baked Meat Packs

on July 14, 2013


Baked Meat Packs

This is a guest recipe from my friend Kevin J. Simple to make and easy on the budget, but when cooked right, the flavor and moistness of the dish is to die for. 🙂 we hope you enjoy!

What you’ll need:

1 pkg ground beef (1/3-1/2 lb)
Seasoning of your choice
Wheel-cut potatoes
1-2 wheel-cut carrots
Tin foil

Take a long piece of aluminum foil. Take a 1/3 to 1/2lb of ground beef (not too lean or it will dry out) and form it into a large patty and place it in the middle of the foil. Season the meat with salt/pepper to flavor. I like to add some garlic powder and some Chicago Steak seasoning. Wash and peel 2 or 3 small potatoes and slice them evenly. Do the same with a couple of carrots or any other vegetable you prefer. My family likes to add some diced onions, but I do not. Layer the vegetable around and on top of the hamburger patty. Season the vegetable to your taste, then take the ends of the foil and bring them together fold it down leaving a small amount of space. Then close the sides, make sure to fold them up and in so that none of the juices get out. Place this on a cookie or baking sheet (I use a round pizza pan). Put them in the oven at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until the vegetables are soft and the meat cooked all the way. When finished carefully unfold the foil and use a slotted spoon to transfer to a plate. Garnish as you like, I use some A-1 steak sauce, others have used ketchup or even salad dressing. (I know weird family) But it a simple and quick meal to prep and all you have to do is throw the foil away and you are done with cleanup.

~ Kevin Jackson


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