Place 2 pieces of foil for each pack crossways so there isn't any chance it could tear (these can get heavy).
Chop up potatoes, onions and throw your carrots and sliced up kielbasa in there with a garlic clove or 2; add a large pat of butter. The above ingredients usually make 4-6 packs.
Tightly wrap up your foil packs and place them in the coals turning them after 15 minutes or so. Keep in mind the smaller you cut the potatoes the faster they will cook. It usually takes around 30 mins. Be careful when you open them because they are piping hot!!!!
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Put hard salami on your camp grocery list. It's yummy in sandwiches, perfect as part of a stick-to-your-ribs breakfast and by frying a piece of the salami in your pan before cooking you'll harvest some grease to stir-fry veggies or keep eggs from sticking. No need for butter!