Hawaiian Chicken and Rice Foil Pack Recipe

About this Hawaiian Chicken and Rice Foil Packs Recipe

Foil packs are great for camp, but sometimes we get tired of having burger, potatoes, and carrots every time. Hawaiian Chicken and Rice Foil Pack is a different twist on the hobo dinner.

Since you are cooking chicken, make sure you give it enough time to cook. You might want to open one just a little and cut into the chicken to make sure it is cooked before you take all of them off of the fire.

Hawaiian Chicken and Rice Foil Pack

You can leave the chicken in one piece or cut it into bite sized chunks before cooking.


  • 3 cups Minute Rice
  • 3 cups water
  • 6 small boneless chicken breasts
  • 1 can chunk pineapple
  • 1 bell peppers – cut into pieces
  • Additional vegetables such as carrots, peas, scallions (optional)
  • ½ cup mild BBQ sauce


  1. Mix the rice and water.
  2. Spoon the rice mixture into the center of 6 pieces of foil
  3. Put a chicken breast on top of the rice.
  4. Top chicken with pineapple and pepper
  5. Drizzle with a little BBQ Sauce
  6. Seal and cook. (See notes below)


For the instructions for sealing and cooking, see  How to Make a Foil Pack (Hobo) Meal

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6 responses to “Hawaiian Chicken and Rice Foil Pack Recipe”

  1. tammy Avatar

    is the rice raw or cooked when you put it in the packet?

  2. Betsy Deck Avatar
    Betsy Deck

    Looks yummy! Do you know how many this recipe serves?

  3. Ashley Jones Avatar

    This is a great tip! I am writing 31 days of creative homemaking and I have a slow cooker tips post coming up! Will definitely link over to this post! Gotta love that slow cooker…such a miracle worker.

  4. Holly Hooper Avatar

    Looks delicious ! I was wondering if you could post recipes for school lunches? I’m trying to eat healthier while trying to balance out homework and exercise and I would like some simple, quick and healthy lunch recipes. Thanks 🙂

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