Summer Is Just Around The Corner
For weekend getaways I love to make foil pouch dinners. They are easy to assemble, can be made ahead of time and tossed in a cooler, for destination getaways. Seafood boil made in a foil pouch makes an upscale campfire dinner with no dishes to wash.
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Foil Pouch Seafood Boil
Easy to make, easy cleanup, and your on your way to other things you want to do!
Easy Foil Pouch Seafood Boil
Make your family an upscale campfire dinner with shrimp boil made on the barbecue. Easy foil pouch meals made ahead of time make campfire meals a breeze with no dishes to wash.
- 1 Pkg Kielbasa sausage Sliced in 1/2” slices
- 4 Ears Corn on the cob
- Old Bay Seasoning
- 8 Sheets Reynolds wrap foil
- 12 Large Shrimp
Lay out 4 sheets of the Reynolds Wrap foil. Quarter your potatoes and add 3 to each foil sheet.
Break each corn cob into smaller cobs and add to the foil sheet.
Slice the Polska Kielbasa into 1/2” slices and divide and add to the four foil sheets.
Prepare the shrimp. Devine and deshell if not already done. Divide your shrimp into the four foil sheets
Gently mix the ingredients on each foils sheet.
Sprinkle to taste the Old Bay Seasoning over the top of each serving.
Now lay and additional sheet of foil over each set of ingredients. Take the bottom foil and the top piece, and roll the edges to seal.
Put on grill at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
I make foil pouch meals ahead of time and put them in a cooler when heading to the beach. Toss on the grill for 30 minutes and enjoy! Top with a slice of butter or additional Old Bay Seasoning as desired.