I’ve been meaning to share this recipe with y’all forever. Like since we last went camping… but I needed some good grilling weather to make another round at home. We made this grilled sausage hash last weekend on a rare warm day (seriously where is summer this year?!) and it was almost as good as it was fireside. There’s something about eating food you made over a fire you made yourself after a long day of hiking that cannot be replicated at home. But its still a quick and delicious meal at home!
The last time we went camping, I made it beforehand, froze it and just threw it on the campfire when it was dinner time. That’s my favorite kind of campsite cooking… one that requires zero prep when its time to eat. And it actually doesn’t require too much time to prep period.
Lay down two layers of foil.
Then add in order:
1/2 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup chopped green pepper
1/2 lb shredded potatoes (I use the plain frozen hashbrowns)
seasonings- salt, pepper, a bit of garlic powder and a pinch of chili powder
2 sausages, sliced (I use Niman Ranch sweet italian sausage)
2-3 oz shredded or chopped cheese
Once you have your ingredients all together, add another piece of foil over the top and roll the sides of the bottom layers of foil with the top until you have a tightly wrapped package. If you’re prepping ahead, throw the packet in the freezer until you are ready to cook. Grill or cook over the campfire for 20 minutes until the bottom layer becomes crispy and the cheese is melted.
If you’re camping, it can be enjoyed straight out of the foil…
Where are my fellow campers at? What’s your favorite camping meal?