Working one handed has been a challenge for the last few weeks. Trying to make a tasty meal with my left arm in a brace/sling combo has been a challenge. I've seen several ads for camp meals and thought that's something I could make.
Amish corn on the cob, red creamer potatoes, sweet onion and fresh green beans are the ingredients for dinner.
Start with two boneless skinless chicken breasts. Lightly season them with seasoned salt, garlic and paprika. I like a little more heat and am adding some Datil Dave seasoning in my packet.
Tear off two large sheets of aluminum foil about two feet long. Add the chicken, ear of corn cut in half, the potatoes, sliced onion, two pats of butter, and green beans. Lightly season the vegetables. I do this because each packet will have two teaspoons bacon pieces added and this will increase the salt level.
Fold over the edges and roll, forming a tight seal down the center of the meal. Roll the end up and seal completely.
Place packets on a preheated grill set to 350 degrees. You can use gas, charcoal, or even your oven. Since the packs are sealed, they won't pick up flavor from the heat source. Grill for 20 minutes and turn over, grilling the other side for another 20 minutes.
Remove from the heat and allow to rest for five to ten minutes. Use caution opening packets, they are very hot and steamy.