I would love some goos suggestions for easy recipes that don’t have too many ingrediants. I will have a cooler for ingrediants that need to be cold. i will have a portable propane two burner stove, and a coal grill. Any great camping recipes would be very appreciated.

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  1. cinren13 says:

    We love camping, and anything you can make at home you can do on a camp stove, but I cook almost everything on a camp fire – yes on the fire. Check out this WAGGGS (World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts) website for all kinds of recipes.
    http://www.geocities.com/both_scouters/toc.html

    These are some of our favorites!
    Breakfast Burritos:
    1 lb. breakfast sausage.
    10-14 eggs (depending on how man people you have to feed)
    Flour tortillas, shredded cheddar or jack cheese, salsa

    Brown sausage and drain fat. Beat eggs in a bowl and add to sausage. Cook eggs through. Heat tortillas over the flame and fill to your liking!

    We also make french toast, pancakes (Biscuit in the plastic container – just add water:)), and bacon.

    Lunch/Dinner
    Taco Salad:
    1 lb. ground beef
    1 packet taco seasoning
    1 small or medium can of Ranch Style Beans
    Fritos, Doritos or other corn chip
    shredded cheese, lettuce, sour cream, salsa,…

    Brown ground beef and drain fat. Add taco seasoning and beans; heat through. Serve over chips and garnish with everything else.

    Foil Dinners:
    (per person)
    1 boneless skinless chicken breast
    2 slices yellow or red onion
    sliced assorted vegetables (We like fresh green beans, mushrooms, zucchini, and potatoes.)

    You can put all ingredients in one large foil pouch, or everyone can make their own in small pouches.

    Season meat and veggies. Layer everything in the foil pouch, starting and ending with the onions. (The onions keep the other food from sticking to the foil and from getting charred if the coals are too hot. Just tell the kids they don’t have to eat them.) Add a little butter to the pouch and fold up to seal. Place in hot coals for about 20-25 or until the chicken is cooked through.

  2. iceman says:

    I bought a grill book that was good for grilling meats. marinate the meat 1 or 2 days ahead of time so under temp wont be a big problem. when I go camping I dont make food a priority so I make sandwitches ect. Can food is quick and easy. Food tv as 30 min. meals that can be made on a gas grill. I like packaged freezed dried food from the army supply store. charcole is great for any meats. have you ever been camping before?

  3. lcbrasier25 says:

    I don’t have any recipies right on hand… but, when we go camping… I always marinade and premake Kabobs… they fit really good in gallon sized ziplock bags… so all you need to do when your camping is pull them out of the cooler and straight to the grill… plus…their good finger food which is always so much easier when camping!

    Any kind of Kabobs…. we make chicken and pinapple… steak w/ peppers and onions, etc.

  4. Lydia says:

    I would reccomend something simple and classic. Such as hotdogs and hamburgers.

  5. angelhimm says:

    Try going to http://www.allrecipes.com
    This site is the best for finding highly rated recipes. They all come with nutritional analysis. Good luck!!

  6. spiritsf says:

    quick chili one onion chop and sautee…
    one pound berger sautee with onion little salt and pepper
    add one 28 oz can bushes b b q baked beans and some water or beer thats it serve with a fresh pinapple sliced up into quarters for desert its messy and good outdoors

  7. IT's ME says:

    Check out the Reynolds Wrap site. They have great recipes for the grill.

  8. norma2u2 says:

    Make a teriaki sauce and marinate your chicken or beef or pork in it put it in a container it will last five days,about for OZ, of soy sauce, one lime, two or three crushed garlick 1/2 c. dark brown sugar,two teasp. of fresh ginger grated.AWSOM!!! The longer it marinates the better it will be, you can adjust the ingred. to your own tastes.Enjoy, hope you will try.

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