Thursday, July 22, 2010

Camping Chip Dip in a Can

Our little family went camping last weekend and I decided it was time to cook something new over the camp fire.  So I collected a few medium sized metal tin cans.  I cleaned them out and then layered each with:

Black beans
Refried Beans
The possibilities are endless!

I then covered the bottom of each can with aluminum foil and the tops with a sandwich bag and rubber band (to avoid spilling while transporting in the cooler).   

Before placing the cans on the cooking rack I removed the plastic bags and rubber bands.  Then, I allowed each can to cook until the contents were heated through.  Before serving I removed the aluminum foil and wrapped a bandana around each can.

Every camper got their own can.  We served the dip with tortilla chips.  If desired, you could top each dip with sour cream, chives, and cracked pepper.  Enjoy and be careful!


Sally Hamilton said...

What a fun idea to use with the squatty tuna or salmon cans during a grillin' out party so everyone can have their own individual container of cheese dip!

Creative Stirrings said...

That is a great idea! I am so proud of you, Sally. Have fun!

Unknown said...

I don't want to be Debbie Downer but.... make sure the cans are BPA free before using!!

The Dating Divas said...

LOVE this idea! Just wanted you to know it was featured on our site today: Thanks so much for sharing!!!

Grey said...

My sister and I tried this one and the cobbler in a can out last fall and loved it! Going camping this weekend and making both of them again. Easy and delicious after hiking all day. Thanks for the idea!

Grey said...

My sister and I tried out this recipe, along with the cobbler in a can, last fall while camping. We're heading out again this weekend and making both recipes again. Easy and delicious after hiking all day.
Thanks for the idea!