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Sunday, March 01, 2015

Cajun Hobo Dinner Recipe|Slideshow Instructions


The reason I called this meal a Cajun Hobo Dinner is because I added the vegetable 'trinity' to the meal, i.e., onions, bell pepper and celery, as well as the other vegetables and seasonings outlined in the list below.

I wrapped all of the layered ingredients in aluminum foil and cooked the hobo dinners for 45 minutes at 400 degrees F.

This is a very simple and gratifying meal to prepare.

Ingredients

  • ground beef, (1/2 lb. for each meal)
  • slice of onion
  • slice of potato
  • slice of bell pepper
  • carrot slices
  • celery slices
  • DIY Cajun seasoning
It is best to not exceed 1/2 inch on the sliced vegetables so they can have a chance to fully cook during the allotted time (45 minutes).

Of course there are other methods of cooking the same meal at different temperatures. You can prepare this in the oven at 350 degrees F. for about an hour, or you can stack your hobo dinners in a slow-cooking crock pot and cook it for several hours. It's your choice.

Bon Appetit!
KT

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