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Nothing better than cooking outside under the stars and enjoying a great meal around the campfire with friends and family. Imagine the smell of coffee and bacon sizzling in the morning, the juicy burgers for lunch, and grilled hot dinners followed by s'moores. If you like camping or RVing, then here are some easy, fast, and very tasty meals you should try. 't Thanks to Janet Groene for the following recipes. We can't wait to try them, Janet.

Camping Recipes

Shortcut Sausage Gravy
Needed Ingredients
Directions

10- or 12-ounce package fully cooked sausage patties, diced
1 teaspoon curry powder
1-quart carton chicken broth
13-ounce can evaporated milk
1/3 cup cornstarch or instant-blend flour (e.g. Wondra)
Salt and pepper to taste
Chop the sausage  fine or coarse, the way you like it.  Add curry powder to the cornstarch or flour and mix in a little broth to make a smooth paste. Put the sausage and paste in a saucepan, stirring constantly over low heat as you stir in the remaining chicken broth over low flame. Continue stirring until the mixture is thick, then stir in canned milk just to heat through. Adjust seasonings and ladle over biscuits. Serves  6 to 8.

 

Round-Up Rice
Needed Ingredients
Directions
3 pouches, 8.8 ounces each, ready-to-serve Spanish rice
2 cans, 15- or 16-ounces each, red beans, drained and rinsed
20-ounce (large)  can diced tomatoes with onion and green pepper
10-ounce can corn with green and red pepper, drained
Small can diced chilies, drained
Minced cilantro (optional)
12-ounce kielbasa sausage, cut up (optional)
Hot sauce (optional)
    In a big kettle, mix the rice, beans,  tomatoes and chilies. Heat over low flame, stirring occasionally,  until it’s steamy. Fold in kielbasa if using and heat through. Just before serving, sprinkle with minced cilantro if you have some Pass the hot sauce. This can also be heated in a covered, microware container on High heat for about 5 to 7 minutes or until heated through.  Rotate dish after each minute. Serves 10.

 

Recipe Resources

Janet Groene's camping & boating recipes based on 10 years experience as a full time wanderer. http://www.CampAndRVCook.blogspot.com
Other Recipe Blogs http://www.BoatCookhttp://www.CreateAGorp.blogspot.com
http://www.ChurchSupper.blogspot.com
http://www.SoloWomanRV.blogspot.com

 

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