Hawaiian Luau Foil Packets Are A Delicious and Easy Campground Recipe
Preparing meals while camping in your RV can require a little extra planning ahead. Sometimes it can be a challenge finding delicious dinner options that everyone will enjoy, feeds a large group, requires minimal preparation and uses a reasonable amount of ingredients that are easy to transport.
Here is an easy campground recipe that can can be prepared at a campsite fire or on your RV outdoor kitchen grill. If you are planning a picnic, this is a great recipe the whole family will enjoy. It’s easy, flavorful, can be prepared in advance and is easy to clean up.
Bring a little bit of Hawaii to your great outdoors adventure with the sweet and savory flavors of pineapple and ham. Ham is easy to keep and to prepare so it makes a great protein choice for campground meals. Since it’s already cooked,it just needs to heat up while your other ingredients cook. This recipe uses a foil packet method, so you can customize each camper’s food preferences. Plus, clean up is a breeze!
Hawaiian Luau Campground Packets
Ham Steak – Cut into large pieces
Canned Pineapple Chunks
Green and Red Bell Peppers – Cut Into large pieces
Sweet Onion – Sliced
Honey or Brown Sugar
Red Pepper Flakes
Cooked Rice (boil in bag rice is an easy RV option) or Pasta
To assemble foil packets, lay out a large square of foil for each camper.
Place Ham, pineapple and veggies in center of foil. Drizzle or sprinkle honey/brown sugar, Dijon mustard pepper on top and dot with a pat of butter.
Fold foil corners together and seal shut.
Grill packets for about 10-15 minutes turning once half way through.
Be careful opening packets as the steam will be hot.
Serve over cooked rice or pasta.