This recipe can be made ahead of time and packed away, then quickly grilled in tin foil for a delicious, easy, no-mess meal by the campfire.
BBQ-Ready, Bacon-Wrapped Meat Bombs
1-2 pounds Steakhouse Elite Kobe-crafted or grassfed ground beef
1/2C diced onion
2C diced mushrooms
1/2C panko breadcrumbs
1/4C chopped parsley
1T sriracha sauce
1T soy sauce
1t worcestershire sauce
1 large, whole sweet onions, cut in half through the sprout
12 slices of bacon
BBQ sauce or Ranch dressing (optional)
In a large bowl, combine all ingredients except the last three (whole onions, bacon and BBQ sauce or Ranch dressing). Mix well with hands, then form large meatballs.
Take two halves of the cut onion and place meatball inside, creating an onion housing over the meatball. Wrap two slices of bacon around the onion-covered meatball, one going directly over the onion seam, and the other crisscrossing the other direction. Wrap with tin foil.
Heat the BBQ or grill to medium-high. Place meatballs (in tin foil) on the grill. Rotate after 10-20 minutes and grill on other side for 10-20 minutes. Actual grill time will depend on your grill heat and the size of the bombs. When thoroughly cooked, remove from grill and unwrap. Serve with BBQ sauce or Ranch dressing if desired.