I absolutely love camping during my travels. I have camped all over New England, Dominican Republic, Colorado, Puerto Rico, Norway and many other places. I’m always searching for tasty, easy camping recipes and I stumbled across these reasonably priced fully cooked Johnsonville sausages. I’ve always been a fan Forget about having granola bars for dinner when you can make these easy tin foil packets! These delicious sausages are precooked so you just have to heat them over the fire.
I decided to make the packets with mini sweet peppers, summer squash and the Jalapeño Cheddar Smoked Sausages.
I got tasty summer squash from my mom’s garden in Maine and bought the sweet peppers.
First you want to chop the tops off the tops off the peppers and cut them into small pieces.
Next, slice up the sausages and the summer squash.
Tear off a few squares of tinfoil.
Mix the ingredients in equal parts on the foil. The Johnsonville sausages are so flavorful you don’t need to add any spices!
Fold the foil into a packet, I like to create an extra seal down the middle.
I folded the packets three times on both ends so they are extra secure.
Make as many packets as you would like.
I decided to roast a sausage over the fire while my packets were cooking.
You don’t want to put the packets right in the fire, but more to the side.
The packets will cook evenly over the coals of the fire. Leave them on the coals for 15-20 minutes.
If you need to move them as the fire changes, carefully use sticks. The packets are sealed well enough that they shouldn’t fall apart.
Open the packet to see if it’s done and if you are happy with it, just add to a plate! Feel free to eat over rice or alone.
This was my first time making this recipe with Johnsonville sausages and yum!!
There are many different flavors, I enjoyed the Jalapeño Cheddar flavor-they weren’t too spicy.
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