Tin Foil Dinners A La Casserole Style (printer friendly version)Hamburger (1/8-1/4 lb per person)
Onion (your choice, I did 1 small for 5/6 people)
Potatoes (1 per person)
Carrots (1 per person)
Salt and Pepper to taste
Fresh Rosemary (opt)
Butter (opt - I did 2 T for 5/6 people)
1. Preheat oven to 375-degrees. Grease a casserole dish (choose a size based on your family's size).
2. Mold the hamburger into patties, 1 per person (or more if you want). Lay the patties on the bottom of the casserole dish. Slice 1/2 the onion and sprinkle over the meat. Salt and pepper to taste.
3. Next slice the potatoes, about 1/4"
I had to show you my Idaho potatoes. With these you only need 1 for every 2 people, I have some that are 1 for every 3 people. It is hard to find these in the store, they are for restaurants, chips, french fries, etc. I love being from Idaho.Layer potatoes over the meat
4. Next, peel and slice the carrots. Don't slice too thin or they will burn. No smaller than about 3/8" Then layer on top of potatoes along with slicing the remaining onion and layering it and, if using, cut the butter in pieces and spread over the casserole. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
I so wish this was from MY herb garden. But alas, that is in Utah. I now need to grow one here in New Mexico.6. Bake for 1 hour. When done remove rosemary sprigs and serve.
We have a variety of ways of eating this. There is the basic
Then there is the ketchuped
My way is with ketchup and mustard on the meat and the veggies plain. My daughter dips everything in ketchup. And my baby . . .
FYI: Occasionally you get a potato with a brown spot in the middle