Proof that Foil Packets Are Your Grill's Real BFF
STEAK & ASPARAGUS
Everyone knows that steaks and the grill go together like sangria and summer, but firing up the beef in foil allows the steak, vegetable side (like asparagus) and seasonings to cook together so every bite is packed with flavor.
This handy cooking method also allows you to warm up frozen fries on the grill – the cheese, scallions and bacon bits are optional, but highly recommended.
Traditionally for the campfire, these gooey, chocolaty bananas are just as delicious off the grill.
The secret to this yummy dish is undercooking the spaghetti by a couple of minutes so it's slightly al dente before going on the heat with the other ingredients.
ROSEMARY & GARLIC SALMON
Got five minutes? Then you've got time to whip together this healthy meal. Plus, the salmon and its seasoning is prepped and cooked in the pouch, so clean up is nonexistent.
Do your cooked veggies sometimes turn out greasy and soggy from sautéing? Throwing them over the fire in foil helps them keep their crunch while also creating a nice char.
SHRIMP, KALE & COUSCOUS
This recipe is kind of mind blowing: Everything cooks together in one packet over the grill – genius! Top with avocado-mango salsa for a bright, fresh dish.
The only way to make this simple dessert even better is with a big scoop of cold vanilla ice cream.
Cooking your taters in a foil packet is a simple way to shake up a dinnertime classic.
Lasagna never tasted so summery! Use no-boil noodles for an easy Italian meal that you can cook al fresco.