By Kevin Tate Outdoors Writer Usually the term “comfort food” refers to simple dishes, containing no surprises, which evoke memories of staples from our mothers’ kitchens. For the purposes of hunting camp cooking, the term can be extended to include any food the camp cook is comfortable preparing. Whether you’re looking to knock out a …
Comfort food: Camp cooking need not be a problem - Daily Journal
EASY FOIL PACKET Creamy salsa verde chicken with rice and veggies all cooked at once in a foil packet! No need to pre-cook the rice or chicken. This dish takes no more than 10 minutes to assemble and is bursting with delicious Mexican flavor! Also, make these packets into TACOS for another quick and easy dinner. Recipe from: chelseasmessyapron.com
Camp food - Hobo Hash. Shredded potatoes, shredded cheese, chopped Hillshire Farm Beef Smoked Sausage, chopped onion, salt and pepper. Wrap securely in tin foil and throw on a campfire grill. Cook for about 20 min depending on your fire. The bottom comes out crispy while the top is moist. You can flip the foil packet if you want both sides crispy.