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Easy camping food recipes for BBQ beginners.

Can’t Cook? No Problem! Simple Camping Recipes.

Camping has many factors that make it fun and its not just the BBQ. This time, we’ll be introducing a number of simple recipes that are not only healthy and filled with vegetables, but are easy to prepare!

Meat and the Iron Plate. Simple and Fun Camping Recipes.

When it comes to camping, you want to get away from that normal every day cooking atmosphere. This is your chance to try something new. Whether it’s beef or fish, check out some of these dynamic recipes to add that spark to your camp fire.

Whole Chicken (BBQ)

Whole Chicken (BBQ)

Using a Dutch Oven, let’s cook this baby with a few herbs and vegetables. This recipe has volume and looks luxurious as well. Also, there’s not really much to this recipe. So, if you can’t cook, rest easy.

<Ingredients>

One Whole Chicken
Potatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Onions, Asparagus, or your preferred vegetables.
Salt and Pepper
Dried Basil

<How to Make>

1. Wash the chicken with a bit of water before wiping away the moisture with kitchen paper and add your seasonings.

2. Cut your vegetables and add all of the ingredients to the Dutch Oven.

One Whole Chicken

3. You’ll want to keep the heat high for the first 15 minutes. You can also place the coals on the lid to keep the heat high. After the first 15 minutes, move the Dutch Oven to lower heat for the remaining hour.

 
dutch_oven

Kebabs

Kebabs

Everyone knows this Turkish delight! Skewer a few vegetables and meat for the perfect easy to eat balanced meal. This honestly can’t get any easier. Check out the recipe below.

<Ingredients>

We use pork in this demonstration however you’re free to use your preferred meat and cuts.
Paprika peppers, tomatoes, asparagus, and herb salt.

<How to Make!>

1.Cut all ingredients into bite-sized pieces, and season the meat.

Cut vegetables Lamb

2. Add your skewers in your preferred order. We prefer the standard meat, veggie, meat, veggie ratio, but you’re free to choose here as well!

 
Grilled salmon

Healthy Camping! Recommending Camping Recipes with Veggies.

When speaking of camping, we often have the forethought that the food isn’t all that healthy and usually only consists of meat. We’d like to show you a few recipes with vegetables so that you and your body will thank us later.

Ratatouille

Ratatouille

Ratatouille is a simmered dish with vegetables and tomato sauce that’ll make your camp BBQ a little more colorful. You can spread it over meat or simply use it as a dip with bread.

<Ingredients>

Canned Tomatoes
Eggplant
3cm Daikon (Oriental Raddish)
1/4 Onion
1/4 Paprika Pepper
1/3 of a tuft of Broccoli
1 King Trumpet Mushroom
10cm Celery
Garlic
3 table spoons of Olive oil
1 Tablespoon of Alcohol
200ml of Water
1 Tablespoon of Consommé’
1/2 Tablespoon of Sugar
A pinch of Salt
Dried Basil

<How to Make!>

1. Cut the ingredients into your preferred sizes. We cut the celery and garlic into smaller pieces.

Cut raw vegetables

2. Add the olive oil to the Dutch Oven along with the eggplant. Once the oil has begun to simmer, remove the eggplant and set it aside.

 
Fried eggplant

3. Toss in your garlic & celery and fry until you can smell the garlic-y deliciousness.

Stir-fried garlic

4. Add the eggplant, daikon, onion, paprika peppers, broccoli, mushrooms, and continue to simmer.

Boiled in water

5. Add your canned tomatoes, alcohol and water and continue to boil.

Tomato cut can input

6. For the remaining 30 minutes, boil on low heat adding the consommé, salt, and basil. Serve!

Stir-Fried Vegetables

Stir-Fried Vegetables

If you’ve got any leftover vegetables, gather them all together for another easy recipe. With a charcoal fire, you’re able to get the best flavors from the vegetables.

<Ingredients>

1 Bag of Bean Sprouts
Chives
1/4 of a Carrot
A Pinch of Salt
Olive oil

<How to Make!>

1. Add the olive oil and vegetables to a steel pan or iron plate. Add the salt as the pan heats.

Vegetables

2. Once the veggies have become soft and edible, you’re done!

 

Foil BBQ

Foil BBQ

Wrapping your favorite fish and vegetables in foil might be one of the last recipes you stumble on. Salmon in foil is easy and quite tasty! It uses the water from the vegetables to help steam the dish. For the recipe below, you can also switch up the vegetables to match your tastes.

<Ingredients>

1 Filet of Salmon
Bean sprouts, Shitake mushrooms, Asparagus
10g of Butter
Soy Sauce

<How to Make!>

1. Cut the vegetables into reasonable sizes. (Smaller than their natural forms)

Vegetable cut

2. Wrap the veggies and salmon in the foil.

 
Wrap in aluminum foil

3. Place it above the metal net on your grill for 10 minutes.

 

4. Open it up, let out the steam, apply your butter and soy sauce to top off the flavor.

 
Ready

Simple Breakfast Recipes for Camping.

Breakfast is always easy to make, but that doesn’t make it any less enjoyable. Let us introduce a few easy camping breakfast recipes.

Curry

Curry

In the early morning of camping, has there ever been a anyone who craved the unique flavors of curry? The spice to wake you up and the rice to give you the energy for the day, let’s make a special curry specifically for camping.

<Ingredients>

Ground Pork 150g
Mixed Beans 50g
1/2 Onion
1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil
Garlic 1 clove
10g of Ginger
2 Teaspoons of curry powder
2 teaspoons of wheat flower
300ml Water
1 Tablespoon of Consommé
1 Teaspoon of Salt
2 pinches of sugar
Worcestershire sauce、Ketchup
Rice (Depending on how many people attend).

<How to Make!>

1. Dice the garlic, onions and ginger.

Dice the garlic, onions and ginger.

2. Add the olive oil to a skillet and brown the garlic, onions, and ginger.

 
Stir onion

3. Add the ground meat and as it cooks, add the curry powder.

 
Stir onion

4. Add the water, consommé and mixed beans and continue to simmer.

 
seasoning

5. Add your Worcestershire sauce, sugar, salt and ketchup to flavor.

 
Beans together

6. Plate with rice and serve!

 

Toast and Eggs

Toast and Eggs

Did you know that you can make simple toast by placing bread on your grill? Of course, you did! But let’s try not to burn it this time. Also, we’ll be using a skillet to cook the ham and sausages. You can also make fried eggs by steaming them in foil. Let’s look at a recipe below.

<Ingredients>

Bread
Eggs
Weiner Sausages

<How to Make!>

With the bread on the metal netting, cook the sausages and eggs in the skillet. Bam Done.

skillet

BBQ Onigiri

BBQ Onigiri

Japan wouldn’t be Japan without rice, literally. Let’s take a moment to thank our Japanese overlords for such delicious rice and the BBQ onigiri that we’re about to show you. Pay attention. It’s better than you think.

<Ingredients>

White rice onigiri and Yaki-niku Tare (Sauce)

<How to Make!>

1. Shape your onigiri and apply the Yaki-niku sauce to one side.

Grilled rice ball seasoned

2. Cook the side you applied the sauce to.

 
Grilled rice ball grill

3. Careful not to burn, apply the sauce to the flipside and cook that side next. Enjoy!

 
Bake rice ball turn over

I know what you’re thinking, “duh” right? “Anyone can make these! I don’t need a recipe for toast!” You’re exactly right. These are just ideas to get the camp BBQ spirit flowing. Even with how simple these may be, it truly shows how easy it is to simply have a good time, and that’s the most important part.

Writer:
Katamura Masami
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As a registered dietitian at a general hospital, Katamura Masami has been collecting experience in her field for the last 10 years. As of now, she works on a wide range of activities including writing content from courses related to health and from health advisers. Her mission is to convey proper meals to all generations. From the stand point of a dietary specialist, she continues to give advice based on her own experience.

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