Food cooked over hot coals, in the great outdoors, is simply tastier, especially if that food is a piping hot campfire burrito, aka CFB's.
There are few rules here, so mainly your concern is wrapping the burritos up well enough to keep the ash/sand out. I prefer heavy duty aluminium foil. That's pretty much it. You can fill them with whatever you like, whatever is in season and whatever sounds good to you.
My favorites generally include:
sharp cheddar cheese
They can outgrow their tortillas quickly, so be mindful of overfilling. That's it.
Other vegetables that are good are:
If you do use raw sweet potato they'll need to cook for about 12-15 minutes. Aluminium foil will melt on contact with flames, so be sure to create a bed of coals for them away from the flames. Flipping them at 3-4 minute intervals is key to a crispy well cooked burrito.
Happy cooking. Oh and don't forget the salsa and guacamole. For the guacamole recipe click here: http://www.youtube.com/watc...
And be sure and cook an extra for your pack the following day. They're good cold.
ITEMS IN VIDEO
Tortilla Rolling Pin http://goo.gl/vTMTfZ
12" Cast Iron Skillet http://goo.gl/N9puC3
Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil http://goo.gl/kXp8Wp
Composite cutting board: http://goo.gl/8mHLlO
My Chef’s Knife: http://goo.gl/KZbCkP
Salt pinch bowl: http://goo.gl/zBkK45
King Arthur Organic AP Flour http://goo.gl/XfHSXe
Real salt: http://goo.gl/kOg4CQ
Agua by Briovere Buffentis