CAMPFIRE TACO IN A BAG #healthydiet #recipes #taco #paleo #keto

CAMPFIRE TACO IN A BAG #healthydiet #recipes #taco #paleo #keto

Our family invests a great deal of energy outdoors in the mid year months. We love being dynamic outside encompassed by regular magnificence and when we return to the campground, concocting a simple supper over the pit fire, similar to Campfire Taco in a Bag.

Pit fire Taco in a Bag is excessively simple to make, unreasonably simple for a real formula however it's extraordinary to have a rundown of simple outdoors plans for feast preparing. The burger cooks impeccably over the open air fire; prepared with Taco flavoring (mellow for the children), spread over squashed taco chips and top with favored elements for a dinner the children make certain to cherish.

The fun part is giving the children a chance to pick their fixings while the grown-ups can slather on spicier flavors. Whichever fixings you use, Campfire Taco in a Bag is a child most loved sure to fill those ravenous stomaches.

CAMPFIRE TACO IN A BAG #healthydiet #recipes #taco #paleo #keto

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  •  1 lb lean ground hamburger
  •  1 packet of taco seasoning
  •  1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  •  1 cup shredded lettuce
  •  3/4 cup cherry tomatoes, quartered
  •  1/2 cup sour cream
  •  1/2 cup salsa
  •  4-5 individual serving size taco chip bags (I use Nacho Cheese flavour)


  1. Preheat the campfire for cooking. See the article How to Build a Cooking Fire.
  2. In a medium foil pan, place the thawed hamburger and place over the fire. Once it begins to cook, using a metal spatula stir the meat to separate into smaller chunks and continue to stir every couple minutes until the meat is browned.
  3. Because the meat is cooking over a campfire there shouldn't be excess grease but if there is, drain off that grease into a styrofoam cup or onto a paper plate to discard into the trash. See campfire cooking safety tips.
  4. Place hamburger back over the fire sprinkling the taco seasoning and 3/4 cup water and mix until coated. Cook, stirring occasionally, for approximately 5 minutes longer or until the seasoning has thickened and the water has nearly evaporated.
  5. Gently crush the taco chips in each of the 4 bags and use a pair of scissors to cut off the top of the side of the bags.
  6. Scoop a generous amount of hamburger over the crushed taco chips and top with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce and salsa or your other favourite ingredients. I use mild salsa for the kids but you can spice that up, depending who you are serving, or add some hot sauce. Easy clean-up!

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