Food in Aluminum foil

Almost all food can be places in an aluminum foil package and be cooked directly on the open fire. But don't get the thin household foil, get the heavy duty stuff so it wont burn your food. Glowing coal next to the fire is most of the time the best place for cooking.

Breakfast burrito.

Make a burrito, wrap it in foil and throw it on the fire.

Onion bombs.

Stuff an onion with your favorite filling, wrap it in foil and let cook in the fire for a few minutes per side.

Potato bake.

Put finely sliced potatoes, sliced onions, garlic and some cream in a foil package and fut on the fire.

Salmon.

Place a salmon side on top of a bed of herbs, lemon, salt and oil, wrap it all in foil and let cook on the coals.

Stuffed paprika.

Stuff a paprika with some rice, spiced up mince meat and some vegetables. Wrap in foil and let cook on the fire.

Garlic bread.

Get a baguette, slice it almost all the way down and spread the slices with lots of butter and garlic. Wrap in foil and toss it on the fire.

Vegetables.

Spice up your favorite vegetables with some herbs and let them cook in foil over fire.

Orange cinnamon rolls.

Hollow a bunch of oranges (save for drinking or eating). Fill it up with cinnamon roll dough, wrap it in foil, toss it on the fire and wait for the smell.

Hike banana.

Make a cut in a banana, fill it with chocolate and tiny marshmallows, wrap in foil and toss on the fire.

Campfire French Toast.

Wrap a loaf of bread in baking paper, then in foil so you can see the top of the bread. Spread the slized and pour egg over the entire loaf, then sprinkle strawberries, cinnamon and maple syrup across the bread. Wrap it tight and place over a campfire for around 30 minutes.