This specific potatoes meal basically and pretty much cooks by itself. In fact, you can just leave it in the charcoals! But mind you, just be sure to keep the numbers of pieces of how many potatoes you put in the fire. This is because the foil becomes coated with ashes and blends in very well with the coals.
Large baking potatoes
Whole (red or yellow) onions
1. Slice the potatoes almost all the way through but leaving ample amount to hold it all together.
2. Cut the onions and then put one slice in between each of potato slices.
3. Now, you may sprinkle the potatoes with bacon bits and some dill.
4. Afterwards, you can wrap the potatoes well with heavy aluminum foil and bury in the coals of the fire/campfire.Â (Note: You may also use aÂ 2-burnerÂ orÂ 3-burner gas camp stove.)
5. Keep your sweet potatoes untouched for around 45 minutes. Pierce your potatoes using a fork to test if they are done already. Remember that the fork should be lifted out without even lifting the potatoes.
6. The cooking time will depend on the size of the potatoes as well as the strength/intensity of the fire.
7. You can now serve up your sweet potatoes by applying a little of butter and just a few sprigs of parsley.