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How To Cook Dinner While Camping?

Going for a camp? Youm must be ready to do some outdoor cooking. Outdoor cooking has a very different taste, as the campers use different techniques for cooking. They cook on grills and stoves, in Dutch ovens and also over campfires.

Usually during camping, you need to do your cooking work without electricity that also means without a refrigerator. In such cases, you need to carry a large stock of food that does not need refrigeration for preservation. Or you may also hunt around for food in the forest itself and get some meat, fish or fruits.
The following are some of the possible techniques that may be used for cooking during a camp:

  • Barbecue is the best and the most common option, used during camping. Foldable barbecue grills are usually used for this purpose. These are portable and easy-to-carry.
  • Boiled Foods is another rather simple option. You can carry a few ready-to-cook foods with yourself, and can prepare by simply adding boiling water to the packet contents. Soups, noodles, pasta and spaghetti are the best examples of such foods. They are easy to carry, require no refrigeration and can be cooked within a matter of minutes.
  • Canned Foods are very popular with campers. You can carry canned versions of baked beans, vegetables, soups, chicken cubes, ham, salami, tuna, stew, fruit and chili with yourself, as they are suitable for any meal - be it lunch, dinner or breakfast.
  • Fresh Foods, including fresh fruits, tomatoes, roots, vegetables, berries, etc. are some options that you can find while camping in a jungle.

While going for a camp, the following things must be kept in your camp kitchen:

  • Water – 2.5 to 5-gallon containers. A person needs 2 – 4 quarts of water per day, only for drinking. Also water is needed for cooking and cleaning.
  • Stove and fuel (and waterproof matches)
  • Tarp, ropes, clothesline, etc.
  • Table or something to use as a table if you want to rough it.
  • Seating – camp stools, camp chairs, logs, etc.
  • Frying pan and Dutch oven
  • Coffee pot, can be used to heat water for tea of hot chocolate or for doing dishes
  • Plastic bowl or tub – for washing up
  • Rags, old towels, scrubbies and biodegradable soap
  • Eating utensils – knives, forks and spoons
  • Cooking utensils – sharp knife, can-opener, large spoon, spatula
  • Cutting board – wood or plastic
  • Cooler – good for up to 2 days if most of the food is frozen
  • Plastic tubs with tight fitting lids (or bear proof container)
  • Ziplock bags for food storage.
  • Foil
 
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