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An old favorite that everyone enjoys. Bake this camping favorite in the oven or on the grill. Set up the TV trays and your ready for Monday night football! Pass the ketchup please!
"I've made this recipe for Hobos twice now and will make it again. This last time I went easy on the pepper as my wife said it was a bit spicy the first time. I also added fresh chopped parsley and thinly sliced garlic to the foil pouch, came out great. Lots of variations possible here, but good as is with no changes, too."- LittleMickey
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Mix dry onion soup into the ground beef. Form the beef into four hamburger patties and season each with salt and pepper to taste.
Lay each patty on a long piece of aluminum foil. Evenly distribute the potatoes, corn, carrots and peas over the top of each patty. Just heap it on there! Sprinkle each with worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper.
Fold the sides of the foil so that they over lap. Bring the long ends of the foil together and fold. The foil should create a pouch for each patty to cook in.
Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for 45 minutes to 1 hour; until potatoes are fork tender and the meat is cooked as desired. Remove from oven. Open each foil pouch (watch the steam) and drain off excess liquid. Roll the edges of the foil under on all sides. Place foil pouches directly onto a dinner plate.
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Valerie411 4 months agoSo easy to put together! Tastes great!
c8ball 4 months ago
Jeanwgriffin 5 months agoThe family said what I was thinking: 'Next time use frozen corn and peas'.
edrizzle630 5 months agoSuccess!! Great simple recipe to please family members of all ages (from the hubby down to the toddler!). I changed nothing and added nothing, which is not normal for me!
eleya_maureen 5 months agoEveryone loved this and cleanup was super easy. I added onion, egg and bread crumbs to hamburger and used white wine in the foil
erinmccoy 9 months ago
fransauce66 11 month agoVery good. Gonna try it with venison burger.
va_hunter 1 year agoMy kids liked it very much
gwenholdenbartmess 1 year agowe loved it!! it was so simple and almost totally mess free. we added cottage cheese on top and it was the perfect meal :)
cathy.olson 1 year agoeasy to prepare. I will make this often as it is yummie.
Ladigenius 1 year agoMy family LOVED it!!! My very picky 9 year old asked for seconds!!! Will make again!!!
PetePuma 2 years agoThis is also good with boneless skinless chicken breast seasoned to your liking in place of the ground beef.
laceface11 2 years agoAbsolutely simple and delicious! Just made it for the fourth time tonight and will def continue to cook this for my family and I. The best part-little to no clean up! :)
ronda.anderson 3 years agoThe recipe is super easy and quick to put together and good for what it is; however, I think I would prefer to just make cheeseburgers.
Aaron.fransen 3 years agoLove this recipe! Tweaked it by putting a bunch of small meatballs in the bottom of a Dutch oven then covering it in the veggies and worshestirshire and cooking it covered in the oven..a bit hit!
Lythiaren 3 years agoVery good as is, but the meat can get a little dry. Make sure you fold up your packets correctly!
elatal 3 years agoThis recipe is great. I individualized the packets with everyones favorite vegetables.
bigpoppa62 3 years agoThis is a winner!!! The only changes I made were ground turkey instead of beef, and sweet potatoes in place of white. My picky eater 13yr old was begging for seconds.
Amyo031503 3 years agoFun, versatile, easy and tasty! I can't wait to go camping so we can cook them on the fire!
LittleMickey 4 years agoI've made this recipe for Hobos twice now and will make it again. This last time I went easy on the pepper as my wife said it was a bit spicy the first time. I also added fresh chopped parsley and thinly sliced garlic to the foil pouch, came out great. Lots of variations possible here, but good as is with no changes, too.