Chicken Packets

Makes 1 chicken packet

1 Chicken Breast
2 Tablespoons Honey
2 Tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce
2 Tablespoons butter
Thinly Sliced onion
Thinly Sliced zucchini and Squash
Thinly Sliced Potatoes
Thinly Sliced Carrots
Salt and Pepper

Place the chicken first on a long 2 foot piece of foil. Top with veggies then fold foil up-ish to make a bowl shape so the Worcestershire doesn’t run away. Poor Worcestershire, honey and butter on top. Seal by folding the foil into a packet. Cover again with another piece of foil and Write on the top of the foil a T for top (So you will know when you cook it not to leave it on its top for long or at all). Put in freezer Zip Locks and store in freezer until you are ready.

To cook while camping… make a bed of coals and place defrosted chicken packets (TOP FACING UP) on the hot coals. Depending on how hot your coals are your dinner will be done in 25-45 minutes. Have extra foil on hand if you open the packet to check done ness and need to rewrap (Or you can use a meat thermometer and stick it right thru the top into the chicken careful not to poke all the way thru!). The best part of this camping meal is that when done you can slit the top and eat right out of the foil. You can turn the packets over a couple times if you prefer but they should cook just fine just being placed on the coals (carefully move them around when there are hot/cold spots so that one doesn’t get over done or underdone.

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