My friend & I are going tenting for a couple days. We will have a fire ring only for cooking. Anyone have any suggestions on what I could cook and how to cook it other than hot dogs on a stick or s’mores? Haven’t been camping since I was a kid.
Thanks!

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  1. nanny says:

    how ’bout a hobo dinner? any kind of meat & or veggies wrapped up in foil & cooked on the grill, oven or fire. add any thing you like & enjoy. plain ‘ole bacon & eggs on an open fire is to die for! lots of snacks, just the open air alone will make you hungry.

  2. Bob J says:

    If you get enough hot charcoal going, you can make baked potatoes or corn in wrapped in foil. Can of baked beans… make few vents on top for steam to evaporate.

  3. Kinipela says:

    When I go camping I like to make spaghetti & meatballs ahead of time, then reheat over the campfire – really good!

    Also have you ever made hobo pies? For that you need the hobo pie irons which you can buy at wal-mart. Just make a sandwich out of two slices of bread stuffed with anything – pb&j, spaghetti, apple pie filling, whatever. Then you put them into the campfire and cook – they’re wonderful!

  4. shine says:

    Breakfast in a Bag Recipe
    Required: Paper lunch bag
    Marshmallow roasting stick
    Campfire with hot coals and little flame.
    Ingredients: Per person:
    2 strips bacon
    handful of frozen hash browns
    1 or 2 eggs
    salt and pepper

    Instructions: Lay bacon in bottom of bag.
    Add potatos.
    Add eggs.
    Close bag by folding top 1/3 down, then fold that in half and in 1/2 again.
    Poke through the folded portion with the stick to hold it above the fire.
    Hold 5 inches above coals for 10 minutes – might be better to prop up by sticking the other end of the stick in the dirt rather than hoping every boy keeps his bag out of the coals.
    Open a bag to check. If its done, tear the top off the bag or fold it down and eat right out of the bag. But, since the bag is greasy, you’ll want to sit it on a plate or something other than the table or pants leg.

    Clam Chowder Recipe
    Required: 1 pot
    Ingredients: 1 package Knor Swiss Leak soup mix
    2/3 cup instant potatoes
    2/3 cup powdered milk
    5 cups water
    1 6oz can chopped or minced clams including juice
    1 cup oyster crackers
    1/2 cup Bacon Bits
    Notes: Serves 4
    Instructions: Pour all ingredients into pot.
    Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally to prevent scorching.
    Simmer 10 minutes.
    Sprinkle bacon bits and crackers on top when serving.

    Zip-loc Omelette Recipe

    Required: large pot
    hotdog tongs
    huge paperclip
    zip-loc baggie for each scout
    Ingredients: 2 eggs
    grated cheese
    ham bits
    salt, pepper, other desired spices.
    Instructions: Bring water to boil in large pot.
    Crack eggs into zip-loc baggie.
    Add ham bits.
    Add spices.
    Close and shake to mix.
    Use paper clip to hold tops of all baggies together so they do not melt on the side of the hot pot.
    Place baggies into hot water.
    Boil until eggs are firm and cooked.
    Open baggie and add grated cheese.
    Eat right out of baggie.

  5. Mr. pants says:

    Put a hunk of roast- with lots of fat on it- in some double wrapped foil and season it with salt and pepper, garlic…whatever you like. Throw it right in the fire. One of my favorites! Eat it with a large knife. Seriously.
    Let it cook for a good hour at least….you can move it over to the side to keep warm.

  6. icybicycle says:

    Pizza Bagel

    1 bagel per camper
    1 package presliced pepperoni
    shredded cheese
    tomato sauce

    Cut bagel in half, pour a spoonful of tomato sauce on open half,
    add cheese and pepperoni (or topping of your liking).
    Place on camp fork, Or wrap in foil ; warm and serve.

    Biscuit on a Stick

    Roll out a biscuit with your hands
    so that it becomes elongated and about one inch thick at the center. Wrap it tightly around the end of your stick and pinching it as you go to insure that it stays on the stick while cooking.
    When done wrapping,
    the biscuit should take up about six inches of the stick.
    Heat over the campfire until golden brown.
    Pull it off the stick, pour butter down the hole
    left by the stick, and enjoy.

    Variation
    You can put a hot dog on a stick and cook it halfway,
    then put on the biscuit to bake around it until the biscuit is browned
    Dip in ketchup or bbq sauce.

    Or
    Pour butter around the outside of the biscuit
    and sprinkle sugar on it, then pour your favorite jelly inside.
    It is very messy, but very good
    Pass the napkins or paper towels

    Campfire Fajitas

    precook chicken tenders
    precook in olive oil,red and green peppers,onions

    Season with
    1/2 teaspoon ground cayenne pepper
    1 tablespoon dried cilantro
    1 tablespoon dried oregano
    1 teaspoon ground cumin
    2 tablespoons liquid smoke
    1 lime
    Tortillas
    Shredded cheese

    Put chicken in ziplock bags and pepper mix in ziplock bags
    Refrigerate until you put in coolers
    Take tortillas and butter
    At camp heat butter in cast iron skillet or dutch oven
    Warm tortillas on each side;wrap in tin foil to keep warm
    Mix the chicken and peppers .
    Warm in dutch oven
    Serve on tortlillas with shredded cheese.

    Deep Dish Nachos

    1 bag Tostitos Nacho Chips
    shredded cheddar cheese (desired amount)
    shredded Tex-Mex cheese (desired amount)
    Jalapeno peppers, to taste
    1 tomato, diced
    sour cream
    salsa

    Place a layer of nachos in a frying pan.
    Layer cheeses, salsa, sour cream,
    jalapeno peppers and tomato on top of nachos.
    Put more nacho chips on top and repeat.
    Heat over fire until cheese is melted and gooey.
    You can always add precooked ground beef to it as well.

    Easy Campfire Pot Roast

    3 pound boneless roast
    2 cups baby carrots
    1 large onion, sliced
    2 stalks celery, sliced in bitesize pieces
    1 cup V-8
    1/2 cup water
    1 envelope dry onion soup mix
    3 tablespoons flour
    salt and pepper, to taste
    1 large oven bag

    Place roast in bag and surround with all the vegetables.
    Mix V-8, water, soup mix and flour, then pour over top of roast.
    Close bag and grill over medium fire for about 1 1/2 hours

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