I pulled out an old, but simple, camping recipe that I used to make. I don’t know if it came from the Boy Scouts or the Girl Scouts or some other camping cookbook. Everything was placed on a square of aluminum foil, folded up into a neat little package, and placed on the campfire coals, or placed on the grill. For the solar version, I layered all the ingredients into the pot, starting with the corn, then the potatoes, and finally the hamburger on top. This baked in the solar oven at midday for 2 hours. This is a very simple and tasty dish, with lots of familiar flavors. A wonderful midday meal.
1 (or 2 frozen) hamburger patty per serving
1 Cup Frozen Hashed Brown Potatoes per serving, or one thinly sliced potato
1/2 cup Frozen Corn per serving
frozen or fresh diced onion to taste (opt)
3 pats of Butter or more to taste and quantity
Salt and pepper to taste. Other seasonings if desired.
Arrange in layers – corn on the bottom, then the onions, potatoes, butter, & seasoning, and the hamburger patties on top. Cover and bake in solar oven for about two hours. Serves one, but can easily be doubled.