Outdoor Cooking Recipes

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Outdoor Cooking Recipes

Camping Recipes Top-rated recipes to cook over an open fire or on a camp stove when you’re sleeping under the stars. Get easy recipes for campfire classics like s’mores, hobo pies, pizza, and more. Eggs on the Grill “Did this for our camping trip and it turned out well! I used an aluminum muffin pan and greased it very well.” – moaa Toasty Campfire Cookies Oatmeal cookies, white chocolate, milk chocolate, and marshmallows make a tasty twist on graham s’mores. Grilled Sausage with Veggies “So easy to make, and easy clean-up too! We really enjoyed it and will make it again.” – tracylynn High-Fiber, High-Protein Bars “These bars are perfect for me. Really good taste, filling, and healthy, and just enough natural sweetness from the bananas and honey.” – Scully Campfire S’mores in a Cone “I added peanut butter cups instead of the chocolate chips. No cleanup or prep work while at the campsite!” – Beth in San Diego Get Allrecipes Magazine! Top-rated recipes, party ideas, and cooking tips to inspire you year-round. Get a full year for just $7.99! Subscribe Now Dutch Oven Recipes Dutch Oven Recipes

Outdoor Cooking Recipes

Camping Recipes Top-rated recipes to cook over an open fire or on a camp stove when you’re sleeping under the stars. Get easy recipes for campfire classics like s’mores, hobo pies, pizza, and more.

Outdoor Cooking Recipes

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When camping, the rule of thumb for great recipes is to maximize taste and nutrition while minimizing preparation time and cleanup. The best camp cooking recipes allow you to do this with the limited resources available in the outdoors. These five campfire-cooked classics cover all the staples you need in a delicious, filling way.

Outdoor Cooking Recipes

Grilling Yes, the grill is a summertime icon, but a barbecue is more than an excuse for a backyard get-together. Grilling gives all types of food – from veggies to chicken to pork – a flavorful char and addictive smoky taste. Nothing else in your cooking arsenal can give you the same flavors (sorry, not even your stovetop grill pan), and it’s worth finding the best grilling recipes to take advantage of it. Of course hamburgers and chicken are a no-brainer, but branch out and try grilled pizza (the charred crust is amazing), grilled fruit (peaches are sublime), or even grilled paella. What type of grill should you choose? Depends on what your objective is. Gas grills give you more control – temperatures can be quickly adjusted, warming racks can be employed – but charcoal gives food a pronounced smokiness that can’t be duplicated. Mustard Chicken Barbecue Better Homes and Gardens Prepare the chicken ahead of time so it has time to marinate. At dinner time, just make the simple sauce while the chicken grills. Lamb Chops with Tomatoes Better Homes and Gardens What’s for dinner when you have no time to spare? This 20-minute recipe relies on a pouch of cooked long grain rice plus quick-cooking lamb. Total: 20 mins Mustard-Rosemary Grilled Lamb Diabetic Living Marinate the lamb chops in the fridge. Then grill these well-seasoned chops until tender. BLT Chicken Sliders Midwest Living Turkey Burgers with Poblano Pesto Aioli Midwest Living Grilled Vegetable Platter Diabetic Living Pork Patties with Tangy-Sweet Barbecue Sauce Better Homes and Gardens Spice up pork patties with sausage seasoning, a ready-mixed blend of salt, sage, and other herbs. Look for it with the other seasoning mixes in supermarkets. Tangy Tenders and Drumsticks Parents Extreme Fusion Burgers Midwest Living House-Made Burger with Pimiento Cheese Midwest Living Maple-Apricot Pork Medallions Midwest Living Pork Patties with Tangy-Sweet Barbecue Sauce Midwest Living Stuffed Cheesesteaks Midwest Living Porketta Midwest Living Hot Dogs and Texas Tomato Chutney Better Homes and Gardens This tomato-rich salsa stands up to all-beef hot dogs, but will also complement those made from tofu, turkey, and chicken. Elway’s–Rosemary Rack of Lamb Better Homes and Gardens Rosemary Rack of Lamb is a prominent menu item at Elway’s, a well-known restaurant in Denver. Prepare and serve this recipe at home to savor flavor goodness from the Rockies. Barbecue-Sauced Burgers Midwest Living A trio of basic ingredientshorseradish mustard, sharp white cheddar and barbecue saucetransforms basic burger patties. Load More >

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Before the cooking starts, you’ll need a bed of hot coals to work with and some aluminum foil. Lay the foil flat, spray it with some cooking spray, and place all of your ingredients in the center together, separating the ground beef into pieces so you don’t end up with a semi-raw patty. Then, fold up the foil so it encloses the ingredients in a pouch form, and simply place the pouch inside the bed of coals. Keep in mind that it’s very hot in there, so you’ll need to check the enclosure early and often. Cooking time is roughly 15 minutes, depending on the coals’ temperature.

Outdoor Cooking Recipes

Yes, the grill is a summertime icon, but a barbecue is more than an excuse for a backyard get-together. Grilling gives all types of food – from veggies to chicken to pork – a flavorful char and addictive smoky taste. Nothing else in your cooking arsenal can give you the same flavors (sorry, not even your stovetop grill pan), and it’s worth finding the best grilling recipes to take advantage of it. Of course hamburgers and chicken are a no-brainer, but branch out and try grilled pizza (the charred crust is amazing), grilled fruit (peaches are sublime), or even grilled paella. What type of grill should you choose? Depends on what your objective is. Gas grills give you more control – temperatures can be quickly adjusted, warming racks can be employed – but charcoal gives food a pronounced smokiness that can’t be duplicated.

Outdoor Cooking Recipes

Grilling Yes, the grill is a summertime icon, but a barbecue is more than an excuse for a backyard get-together. Grilling gives all types of food – from veggies to chicken to pork – a flavorful char and addictive smoky taste. Nothing else in your cooking arsenal can give you the same flavors (sorry, not even your stovetop grill pan), and it’s worth finding the best grilling recipes to take advantage of it. Of course hamburgers and chicken are a no-brainer, but branch out and try grilled pizza (the charred crust is amazing), grilled fruit (peaches are sublime), or even grilled paella. What type of grill should you choose? Depends on what your objective is. Gas grills give you more control – temperatures can be quickly adjusted, warming racks can be employed – but charcoal gives food a pronounced smokiness that can’t be duplicated.

Outdoor Cooking Recipes

To make these quick, easy-to-eat breakfast burritos, start by building a bed of hot coals and setting a frying pan on them. Give the pan a shot of cooking spray, and place the bacon strips on it. While the pork’s sizzling, use a mixing bowl to whip the eggs and optional chopped onion or peppers together. When the bacon’s done, set it aside on a couple of paper towels and pour your egg mixture in the pan. Stir frequently, as the coals will be hotter than the eggs’ optimum cooking temperature. When they’re finished (it should only be 5-10 minutes), lay the already cooked bacon and fresh eggs in the center of your tortilla, salt and pepper to taste, and roll it on up.

This exceedingly simple lunch staple uses barbeque sauce to improve upon any potential culinary shortcomings associated with open-fire cooking. To start, build a cooking fire, let it burn down to hot coals, and place a small grill grate or frying pan on top. Mix a tablespoon of barbeque sauce into your ground beef, and form it into a patty (incorporating the sauce with the raw burger imparts flavor and helps the patty stick together when flipped). When formed, place the patties on the pan or grate, flipping once every 4-5 minutes until the meat’s juices are running clear. Finally, slather on the other tablespoon of barbeque sauce, slap the patty on a bun with your favorite condiments, and enjoy!

Wind – .Any medium to strong wind is hazardous. The danger of sparks getting away can ignite a forest fire. Also, the coals will reduce more quickly and provide much less cooking time. If substantial wind shelter is unavailable, any outdoor fire is out of the question.

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So just use your judgment on what’s best for you. Any of the recipes can be prepared at home, of course, in your backyard, on your patio or in your kitchen.

Chicken chili, also known as “white chili” to some campers, is a dinnertime classic at many campsites. To make it, get a bed of hot coals smoldering. Then throw a pan on top, coat it with vegetable oil, and put the chicken breast in it. Cover it and let it cook until no pink is left in the breast (or about 165 degrees Fahrenheit). While it’s cooking, combine the broth, beans, onion, and seasonings in a separate pot and stir. When the chicken is done, dice it, toss it in the pot along with everything else, and let it simmer over the coals for 20-30 minutes. With that, your white chili will be piping hot and ready to enjoy.

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