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Re: Contribute your Favorite Camping Recipe!
« Reply #15 on: September 07, 2012, 02:10:06 PM »


Apple Chicken and Rice, this is my own recipe.

Crock pot, DO, or grill, 4 pounded boneless chicken breast sliced, 4 thin sliced, peeled apples, tbsp minced garlic, tbsp salt, tbsp worcestershire sauce, 4 tbsp virgin olive oil.

cook together until chicken is done. (30 minutes or so)
add favorite sweet BBQ sauce, stir, and cook 15 more minutes ( until sauce is hot and mixed in well.)

serve over rice.

if using the grill, grill the chicken first until done, then slice.
at the same time, cook all OTHER ingredients in a deep pan, pot, or disposable aluminum tin ( dollar store)
15 minutes on low heat, covered (lid or with foil). stir every few minutes
  add chicken and BBQ sauce and cook on low for 10 more minutes.

serve over rice

this is really good without the BBQ sauce too !

if just for adults being served, add 4-6 oz of a mild/sweet white wine to the apple and chicken mix while cooking.  do not add BBQ sauce.

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Re: Contribute your Favorite Camping Recipe!
« Reply #16 on: October 14, 2012, 07:09:36 PM »
Grilled Corn-On-The-Cob

One ear of corn for each person

Olive Oil

Foil

Salt

Pepper

Old Bay Seasoning/Italian Seasoning/Creole Seasoning, etc.

Before you start making this, think about how you like your corn - do you prefer it to be on the dry side (where it will stick to your teeth), or do you prefer it to be moist (like from a can)?

Peel the corn and be sure to break of as much of the stalk end as you can.

Roll ears of corn in olive oil; place on sheets of foil large enough to wrap/completely cover each ear of corn.

Sprinkle corn with the seasoning that your prefer (the ones I mentioned are just what I personally like, feel free to use whatever you prefer); roll it round to evenly coat.

If you like your corn on the dry side, wrap loosely in the foil and place on fire/bbq.   Check every 5 minutes until you get a feel for how quickly the corn is cooking, and turn the corn according to your liking.

If your like your corn to be rather moist, you might want to sprinkle a bit (teaspoonful or less) of water into the foil before wrapping tightly.  Again, check every 5 minutes until you get a feel for how quickly the corn is cooking, and turn according to your liking.


 

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