Tuesday, March 11, 2014

{Tasty Tuesday} Grilled "hobo" dinner

This is the most simple grill recipe, ever!
Also, this is very delicious and pretty darn healthy too.

This time of year and especially with the weather we have been having the past few days we like to pretty much live on the back deck and grill out as much as possible. This is a favorite with us because it is so easy and the leftovers are awesome for lunch the next day.

All you will need is about a pound of chicken ( more or less depending on your preference), celery, carrots, potatoes, bell pepper, onion, and "mini" corn on the cobs.

First, chop up all the veggies. 
I try to get the all bite size so they easily cook all the way through. 

Next, cut up your chicken into small bites.

Drew loves to play with seasonings, this is what we used tonight lightly on the chicken.

Use the heavy duty foil and pull out a piece that will hold all the goods and still be folded over. 
More is better with the foil.

Fold up so all ends and openings are closed.

Put on grill for about half an hour to 45 minutes--enough time to cook all the way through.

When they are done all the veggies juices and spices will smell yummy and taste heavenly. 
I highly recommend this simple grilled dinner, goes great with a cold brew too!
Drew calls these "hobo" dinners because we toss a bunch of random things together but I'm sure you can think of another name!

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  1. oh that looks good! its so fun to find new recipes for the grill - bbq chicken gets old super fast!!

  2. What a creative dish! Ive never made anything like this so it would be nice to switch it up. I bet it would taste good with some cajun seasoning too! Thanks for linking up lady!

  3. I've heard of these before, but totally forgot about it. Maybe I can make a veggie version with some fake meat ha :)

  4. Oh how my husband loves playing with seasonings too! haha Sometimes I am like, "Ummm Mark, how many seasonings are on this???" haha