I love to cook and especially in my Airstream. I thought it would be fun to see what my fellow Airstreamers like to cook in their Airstreams. I want to know about your favorite "Go-To" Recipes that you always make when camping, or what you quickly throw together after a long day of travel and you just want something good to eat that is quick and easy so you can finally kick back and relax. One of my favorites is fried potatoes and polish sausage with onions and peppers in my iron skillet. Yum! I always pack a jar of applesauce to go on the side with a sprinkle of cinnamon. Feel free to include your favorite recipes to share.
1) Boyscout chicken in the dutch oven: Layer from bottom to top; 1 sliced potato, 1/2 med. onion, 1 sliced green pepper, two chicken breasts. Set oven over hot coals and cover top with hot coals. Cook for about 45 minutes or until the coals burn down. You can sub pork chops for chicken and add mushrooms if you want.
2) Meat loaf balls: Whip up your normal meat loaf mix. Then cut the top off two large peppers and take the insides out. Stuff meat loaf mix into the peppers and put the tops back on. Wrap the peppers in foil and toss them right onto hot coals, turn after 15-20 minutes and cook for 15-20 minutes longer. Large onions can be used instead of peppers.
We usually prepare and freeze one pepper ball and one onion ball before going on long trips.
In a Slowcooker, small chuck roast, 1can of stewed tomatoes, I can veg all, 4 small potatoes peeled, and cubed, and any other fresh veg you have. Add season salt and pepper to taste. Turn on in the morning, eat a 5pm. Wow.
Hi! Newbie here. Just returned from maiden voyage with Lucille (26' Safari SE). Took crockpot and made sausage lasagne for new friends. Easy and delicious. Recipe is in America's Test Kitchen book, Slow Cooker Revolution. Highly recommend book and slow cooker. Start dinner then play all day and come home to savory hot meal! What a life, right?