These tin foil dinners are traditionally made with beef, carrots, and potatoes, but don't be afraid to get creative. They are so easy to put together and even easier to clean up!
Preheat oven to 350 degree Fahrenheit.*
Divide the meat into fourths. Pull apart bite-sized chunks of one of the portions and place them onto the center of a flat sheet of aluminum foil. Repeat for the other three packs.
Divide the carrots, potatoes, and onion into fourths and place each portion on top of the meat.
Season all of the meat and vegetables very generously with the seasoned salt and pepper.
For each packet, bring two of the sides together, keeping the food inside. Fold both of the sides over together, about 1 inch, and then keep folding over until your are snug against the food.
Carefully, fold each of the two other open ends over until you are snug against the food as well.**
Place the packet, seam side up, in the oven and bake for 15 minutes, flipping halfway through.***
*We like to make this recipe over an open fire when we are camping. We get the fire going and then after it dies down and there are only coals, that's when we put the foil dinner on.
**At this point, I like to double-wrap my tin foil dinner, so it doesn't leak and helps it to cook a little more evenly, but it's not necessary.
***If you are doing this over a fire, place your dinner very close to (or even directly on) a pile of hot coals/briquettes. Cook for approximately 10 minutes, flipping halfway through.