It’s a sirloin patty topped with fresh veggies and seasonings, then sealed up in a packet of foil and grilled.
Grilling it all together in these packets melds the flavors, caramelizes the beef, and allows all of the juices to stay in tact. It’s simple to make, and simply delicious.
- 1 1/2 pounds grass fed ground sirloin
- sea salt ((I use Maldon Sea Salt))
- fresh cracked pepper
- Worcestershire sauce
- 2 cups fresh green beans (, cut in bite size lengths)
- 2 cobs fresh corn (, cut from cob)
- 2 red bell peppers (, chopped)
- 4 small Yukon Gold potatoes (, cubed)
- 2 zucchini (, cubed)
- 2 red fresno peppers (, thinly sliced (optional))
- extra virgin olive oil
- They’re portable and you can make them in advance, so they’re perfect for camping, or cooking out at the beach. When you’re ready to cook, you just toss the packets on the grill. No turning, no watching. And at 30-45 minutes, you’ve got perfectly caramelized beef on the bottom and delicious steamed veggies on top. (Give a quick peek at 30 minutes by opening one of the packets and checking to see if the potatoes are tender. If not, leave on for another 10-15 minutes.)
- Take 2 long pieces of aluminum foil and criss cross them, one under the other and place on the counter. Do this 3 more times, making a total of 4.
- Divide the ground sirloin into 4 equal parts and make large, flat patties out of each. Place one patty in the center of each criss-crossed foil and season with sea salt, pepper and several dashes of Worcestershire sauce.
- Add Veggies
- Author: The Enchanted Cook