Monday, April 6, 2009
If you have never had these before you really have to try them. They are so simple to make, really low fat and inexpensive. I buy all of my ingredients at Aldi and I usually pair it up with a nice salad.
When I was growing up we made them every summer when we were camping. After I got married I was hungry for them one day and decided to try to make them in the oven. They turned out just as good. I think I enjoy them a little more when camping just because of the good old out doors. :)
5 (1/4) pound lean hamburger patties
2 cans of sliced carrots (I like to use no salt carrots)
2-3 cans of little potatoes (I think I usually use the cans that have whole little potatoes. I didn't have any so I just peeled and cut 4 potatoes into large cubes and boiled until a little bit soft.)
1 large onion sliced.
Lay 5 good size pieces of foil on the counter. On each piece lay your hamburger patty down and salt and pepper. Fold the edges of foil up a little on all sides to hold sauce in. Then put a few slices of onion and some carrots and potato. I usually put lots of carrots and about the amount of a whole potato on top. Put a little salt and pepper on top of each and then shake a good amount of Worcester sauce on (probably about 1-2 TBSP). Fold up edges of foil and roll in the middle and then on both ends. Put all five on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees for about 35 minutes. I usually put more Worcester sauce, salt and pepper on at the end but my husband likes them better just the way they are.