When you're out adventuring you might as well try out a few unusual campfire cooking methods. It will certainly make your camping trip more interesting.
possibilities are endless. Try some of the following ideas, and then let your
imagination loose. You can come up with something weird and wonderful, your own
unique ways for camp cooking.
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Since different things take different lengths of time to cook, you need to experiment with the amount of coals and cooking times. Use fewer coals for foods that need to cook slowly at a lower temperature.
You can use the direct heat of coals to cook food without any other dishes or equipment. Some foods are most delicious cooked directly on hot coals.
A smooth rock is a great cooking surface for your camp meal. The heat is
conducted through the rock from hot coals or campfire below. Try
cooking on a rock as a unique method for
preparing your camping food. You can have fun trying anyway! Be sure to come back and
tell us how it turned out!
Another unique way to cook over a campfire is to cook some food items inside of other foods. The outside food protects the inside food against the heat while at the same time, adding more delicious flavor. When you cook food inside food, you'll come up with some delicious camping meals.
You can use large cabbage or lettuce leaves to cook meats on your campfire. Other leaves can also be used (just make certain that the leaf is not poisonous). Try cooking on leaves next time you go camping.
If you are camping in an area where the soil is mostly clay, you can use a wrapping of clay to help you cook your food. The clay will protect your food as it cooks in a bed of coals. Clay cooking contains the moisture and keeps the heat in.
Another unusual campfire cooking method is cooking in paper. As long as the paper is wet when you place it on the coals, it won’t burn. Fish can be cooked in this manner. You can also boil liquid in paper cartons or cups with this method.
A simple and easy way of campfire cooking is to set a large coffee can on the
coals. Layer your food into the can, cover it and use the
to cook your meal.
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Want some variation for your meals on your camping trip? Try this seafood and fish chowder recipe. You can still have delicious food, even on an outdoors camping trip.
Let our camping recipes liven up your
campout. Whether it's over the campfire, in a Dutch oven, or on a barbeque
grill... food cooked outdoors is always tasty (never mind a little dirt for
Next time you're out camping, try out a few unusual campfire cooking techniques.
Have some fun and enjoy yourself!
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