Let Boat & RV Accessories show you a few ways to track down easy camper stove recipes for your next adventure.
One of the joys of camping, whether you are using a simple tent or a full RV, is preparing a wonderful meal for your family and friends. It doesn't matter if you are using a cooktop in your RV or a camper stove out in the open. You'll be creating all the wonderful smells of home out in nature, and that will tantalize taste buds and build excitement for the upcoming feast.
But cooking on a camper stove, or a smaller RV stove top, can be a challenge: You are limited on space, and must think carefully about the preparation. A campfire can become an oven or a grill with the right tools, but cooking with fire can be time consuming compared with using a camper stove that can be fired up almost immediately.
Camper Stove Recipes
The internet is absolutely filled with camper stove recipes, as well as painfully long descriptions and swarms of pop-up ads before you actually get to those recipes. But if you are searching for recipes, chances are you already know a thing or two about cooking. So instead of sharing recipes, we have a few categories and strategies that will help you narrow down on some ideas.
Prep Goes Far
Before you take that adventure, your meals can benefit from some work in your home kitchen, and that especially goes for vegetables. You can slice, pre-cook and flavor peppers, onions, garlic, tomatoes, zucchini, squash, beans, corn and so much more. That way you reduce the number of ingredients you have to pack. And when it comes time to eat, all you have to do is warm them up on your stove.
This strategy works particularly well with foil packets that can be thrown in a campfire. It is also a brilliant match with…
Even a boring, old box-dinner such as Hamburger Helper tastes amazing when prepared on a camper stove. While the one-skillet or one-pot strategy confines home cooking, it opens so many doors when camping, because it expands your options far past burgers. We're talking stir fry, pasta, chili, stew and more. Think of beef stroganoff or vegetable stew on a chilly night, or tantalizing fajitas paired with flavored creams and sauces.
Sandwich or Taco Fillings
A camper stove allows you to prepare a meal that can be served in a bun, between slices of bread or in tortillas. Think sloppy Joes or crumble burgers. Think about variants of open-faced sandwiches that use your favorite proteins in a sauce. Think about all the exciting tacos or fajitas you could make.
If you have a second skillet, then you can even take on quesadillas. Prepare your filling in one skillet, then swap to the second one for frying up the formed quesadillas.
If you are able to scramble eggs, you are able to do so much more, including omelets and frittatas. We think "frittata" is Italian for "a fancy kind of omelet" - the difference is how a frittata features a custard-like consistency and is fried on both sides. Nevertheless, if you have a skillet and the skills, you can enjoy eggs far beyond scrambling.
All that just scratches the surface of what you can do with a camper stove, and we haven't even touched desserts. Have fun planning your meals for your next great adventure.