What are your favourite meals to make while camping.....

(13 Posts)
PeasandCucumbers Sun 02-Dec-12 17:17:38

We usually take a curry, chilli or bolognaise that we made at home then froze. It keeps the coolbox cool for first day then on second eve we just reheat it & boil some rice or pasta

Fishwife1980 Sat 10-Nov-12 22:51:37

We have a mini oven so will be buying m&s bits yum yum

troutsprout Thu 08-Nov-12 11:32:18

One that I haven't had to cook myself
grin
Or takeaway
Or yep... What Lord said
Or something I already cooked and froze at home and brought with me (hot pot... Spag bol...)

gerbilsarefun Wed 07-Nov-12 17:00:35

Pancakes the american way for breakfast with sausages and syrup. I usually buy the ready made pancakes but have made with a shake and serve batter mix. We use tins of curry or chicken supreme with ready cooked rice or fresh pasta. We also barbeque, and I cook jacket potatoes at home then warm up in the hot coals.

Chinwag Fri 02-Nov-12 13:37:12

He he mrs salvo!!
I think I've seen that cookbook. It it the one with washable pages grin?
Thanks for the suggestions.

MrsSalvoMontalbano Thu 01-Nov-12 19:02:07

okay will win no prizes for nutrition, but our favourite is a couple of tins of baked beans with sausages, with smash potato and grated cheese. And a box of cadburys roses grin

AndIfATenTonTruck Thu 01-Nov-12 18:53:23

I have a little book called the camping cookbook... haven't been camping since I bought it, mind.

want me to look up stuff in it? what do you cook on? what do you like eating at home?

WitchesWreakinHavoc Thu 01-Nov-12 17:48:26

What Lord said. OR takaway grin

usualsuspect3 Thu 01-Nov-12 17:46:17

Thats my kind of camping meal, Lordflasheart grin

Go to nearby supermarket and buy:

1 ready cooked whole chicken
1 posh loaf (pref french)
1 bag salad leaf
1 pack tomatoes
Dressing
Butter
Wine

Job done.

EauRouge Thu 01-Nov-12 17:41:16

Those packets of fresh tortellini with a tin of tomatoes and some herbs (dried or some campsites have a herb garden). Cheap, easy and quick! Risotto or any kind of pasta dish that only needs one pot. Frittatas are cheap and easy too.

PotPourri Thu 01-Nov-12 15:46:57

Toast and beans. Pasta and sauce (jar that is). Scrambled egg or boiled. Risotto, macaroni and cheese (use carnation tinned cream and grated cheese for the sauce).

HTH

Chinwag Thu 01-Nov-12 12:11:48

Or caravanning??

I need ideas, but not keen on using lots of dried chemical-filled products :-)

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