Easy Campfire Recipes for Outdoor Adventures
Your camping trip will never be as fun as it can be without great-tasting camp food. By preparing a short menu before the voyage, you can easily cook food that will keep you and your friends energized for an extended hiking activity. If you were able to prepare a menu beforehand, preparing and cooking food while you are away from home will never seem such a chore.
Here are some of the most popular recipes that you might want to try while you are exploring the great outdoors.
Turkey pot stickers are simple appetizers that you can enjoy even when you are away from home. Before cooking Turkey Pot Stickers, prepare lean ground turkey, chopped cilantro and scallions, minced ginger, red chili paste, soy sauce, wonton wraps, and extra virgin olive oil.
Start making the Turkey Pot Stickers by laying the wonton wraps on a clean and flat surface. Put at least one tablespoon of turkey mixture into the center of each wonton wrap. Close the covers by pinching their edges. Heat the olive oil in your skillet, place the wontons in it, and saute them until they are golden brown. Add three tablespoons of water into the skillet and let the wontons steam for about two to three minutes. Remove the wontons from the skillet and serve the meal with soy sauce.
There is something about sausages that makes them more enjoyable when they are eaten outdoors. To prepare sausages for breakfast, gather one pound of ground meat, one teaspoon of pepper and salt, and one tablespoon of non-fat powdered milk. Mix all the ingredients into the meat and leave it in the cooler overnight. This will make it easier for all the spices to blend into the flesh.
After letting the spices sink into the meat, you can add some Italian spices or brown sugar into the meat. Fry the sausages and remove them from the pan when they are already golden brown.
Special lunch and dinner
A campsite will be boring without servings of well-roasted campfire chicken. Prepare a succulent campfire chicken by gathering split chicken breasts, carrots, red potatoes, onions, and tomatoes. Place all the ingredients into some aluminum foil sheets and turn them into a pocket. Roast it over the campfire and serve it with small pieces of corn on the cob. This is a great meal for camping because it does not require dishes or pots.
Whatever food you wish to prepare, just make sure to use your creativity and resourcefulness while cooking them. Use ingredients that can make your meals taste more special than meals served at home.