Campfire Cooking Recipes - 4 Great Camping Dishes Using Traditional Campfire Cooking Recipes
By Mick Legg
There is nothing like the fresh air and exercise that you get on a hiking or camping trip, to work up a really big appetite. But you don’t want to spend ages preparing and cooking complicated meals, which turns it into a chore.
The whole experience should be fun, so if you can plan out a few simple camping dishes, it can make it a lot more enjoyable. Well with some traditional campfire cooking recipes, this can be a lot easier than you think.
Try out a couple or even all of the easy recipes below and see how much more exciting and interesting you can make your camping meals.
Oat and nut pancakes.
1 & 1/2 half cups of oats,
1 cup of flour,
2 tablespoons of brown sugar,
Pinch of salt, to taste,
3 teaspoons of baking powder,
½ a cup of mixed chopped nuts,
1 & ½ cups of milk,
2 tablespoons of butter,
Mix together all the dry ingredients (oats, flour, sugar, salt, baking powder, nuts,) and put to one side, while you whisk together the milk, eggs, and butter. Pour this onto the dry ingredients and mix until combined. Lightly grease a griddle or frying pan and pre heat on the fire. Pour about half a cup of the pancake mix into the pan and cook until bubbly and edges look dry, turn pancake over and cook until golden brown. Serve with maple syrup or similar.
Simple Spam snack.
3 or 4 potatoes, (depending on size),
1 tin of Spam,
1 tablespoon of butter,
Salt & pepper to taste.
Peel and chop the onion and potatoes into roughly ¾ inch pieces, and cook in skillet or frying pan until tender. Chop spam into similar size cubes as onion and potatoes and add to skillet or pan add salt and pepper and continue cooking until all ingredients are, crispy and spam is well heated through. Allow to cool slightly and serve with some crusty bread and butter.
Foil cooked Meatloaf.
2 pounds of ground beef,
½ a cup of bread crumbs,
½ a can of tomato soup,
Salt & pepper to taste.
Mix all the ingredients together in a suitable container or bowl until it all binds together and can be moulded into a loaf shape of your choice. Place into a large piece of tin foil and wrap well, leaving an air pocket at the top for steam. Cook on small grill on top of fire embers for approximately ¾ of an hour, turning as necessary. Serve with potatoes and vegetables of your choice. Will serve 4 people.
For a quick tasty desert, simply split a banana lengthwise leaving the skin on. Insert brown sugar and butter into split. Wrap in tin foil and bake in embers of fire until sugar and butter melt into the banana.
These are just a few of the easy camping recipes and camping dishes that you can try out as part of your camp fire cooking. Just by using your imagination, and the foods that you have available I’m sure that you can come up with a lot more of your own, and have some fun trying them out at the same time.
About the Author: Mike Legg is a seasoned backpacker and camping enthusiast with many years experience of backpacking in Europe. For more information on camping dishes
or any other tips on camping go to http://www.buytryreview.com/category/camping.
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