Camp Recipes To Dazzle Your Taste Buds
If you want to put some dazzle in your camp recipes you have come to the right place. Hopefully the ideas you read about here today will spark even more creative ideas for your camp recipes for future camping trips.
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Camping is one of the most popular vacations that people take. There is something about being in the outdoors, breathing that fresh air, that relieves the stress of the past work week. But, being in the outdoors, and doing extra activities you don’t normally do, makes you hungry. It seems that food even taste better when cooked outdoors! Maybe it’s time you learned some great tasting camp recipes to dazzle your taste buds!
The average camper starts out with hotdogs or hamburgers, but the creative camper will be eating like kings! Who says great camp recipes, with wonderful ingredients, can’t be cooked at a campsite?
Today we will furnish you with some great camp recipes for a wood or charcoal type grill, found at most campsites, and a recipe for cooking on a campfire, and also one for a propane type cooker.
Cowboy Potatoes and German Sausage
To complete this meal you will need a small pan that will fit on the grill. You need to leave enough room on the grill to cook the German sausage as well. This meal takes about 40 minutes to create, minus prep time.
Four medium to large potatoes
one large onion
½ cup of grated cheese
One of The Camp Recipes For Wood/Charcoal Grill
¼ cup of water
½ cup of butter
salt/pepper to taste
Slice each potato into about six large pieces(a little larger than bite size)
Slice onion into rings
Place potatoes,onions, butter, and water into the pan and place on the grill. Cover the pan with foil. Depending on how hot your fire is will determine the cooking time. Usually potatoes will cook in under 40 minutes The onion will create more juice, so only ¼ cup of water will be needed. Feeds family of four.
As soon as the potatoes are done, take off the foil cover and sprinkle on the cheese. Cover again and let sit five minutes so the cheese can melt.
The German sausage is basically cooked when you buy it, so wrap the sausage in foil and place it on the grill to cook and brown at the same time. You may have to turn the sausage once.
Camp Recipe For Cooking On Campfire
skewer is full, coat it with Italian dressing and season to taste.
Place all seasoned kabobs on the propane grill, brushing Italian dressing on them occasionally to keep them from drying out. Once the meat is done, the kabob is ready to eat. The smaller your pieces on the skewer, the less cooking time it will take. Feeds four to six people.
Here are some basic ones….I can do more later.
Keeping the eye on the banana, slice length-wise but not all the way through. Stuff with marshmallows and chocolate chips (or broken pieces of chocolate bars). Wrap in tin foil and roast on the fire until melted.
Camp Fire Apples
Core apples, then fill them with brown sugar, cinnamon and raisins. Wrap in tin foil and bake on the camp fire grill.
Roast a marshmallow, then place onto a graham wafer with chocolate chips – cover with another graham wafer and let chips melt a bit before eating.
Roasted Corn on the Cob
Peel corn husk down just enough to get the corn silk off, then rewrap and soak corn in water for 5 minutes. Wrap in tin foil (with the dampened husks on) and cook on the coals of the camp fire grill until done, unwrap from foil and take the husks off.
Tin Foil Potatoes
No Plate Breakfast
Make scrambled eggs or omelette (add salsa, cheese, onions, peppers, ham, etc) and then roll up into a flour tortilla – no plate, no mess.
In double layer of tin foil, place cubed potatoes and onions with some butter, salt and pepper. Wrap securely and roast on the camp fire coals, turning as needed.
These camp recipes are just the beginning of what you can do when camping, so plan ahead and have some of the best meals ever on your next camping trip!
Article By: Ronda Grice at: http://www.ghostwritingcenter.com/