Guy Fieri's Camping Roasted Vegetable Pouches
Guy Fieri is on fire in more ways than one. The celebrity chef is on top of his game with a newly-opened Las Vegas restaurant and a recently released cookbook, “Guy On Fire.” Try one his hot recipes for Camping Roasted Vegetable Pouches below.
Start a good camp fire (in a cowboy cauldron or other grill) with wood and wait until flames die down and coals glow red with white ash. Lower a grilling rack so it sits about 4-5 inches above coals. Place a 12-inch cast iron skillet with lid on the grill to heat up.
Take your ingredients from whichever combination packet you are making and toss together in a large mixing bowl. Ensure everything is coated evenly. Season well with salt and pepper.
Tear off a large sheet of foil and fold in half to double up the layers. Place the ingredients in an even layer in the center of the foil. Place another single sheet of foil on top and fold up the edges to form a rectangle pouch about 9" by 6". Crimp the edges tightly so the pouches are well sealed.
Place on the grill over medium-heat and cook for 15-18 minutes. When done, remove pouches from heat and cut open tops when ready to serve. Serve family style in the middle of the table or make an individual pouch for everyone to enjoy on their own plate.
Recipe courtesy Guy Fieri with Ann Volkwein.
This recipe was styled by chef Karen Pickus for Good Morning America.