I don't “rough it” when camping as most of you already know and that certainly extends into food while camping. I'm not a “glamper” (best word ever) by any means, I get out there fishing, foraging and even hunting in the fall, but I like coming back to a nice warm trailer at the end of dirty, outdoorsy day and having a nice meal and always that glass of wine.
And a shower. Amen.
If you have a BBQ, you have the camping cooking world at your fingertips. There's no reason to have hotdogs for all three meals and my camping recipe section is always a helpful area for you to get some ideas.
I love a good roast done on the BBQ, especially one that you can leave on all day cooking. You can do this in a trailer or RV oven, but I usually throw it on the BBQ.
If you are daring, you could cook this over the fire as well. It would take a lot of managing, and you'd have to keep the fire going all day, but you could definitely do it.
For my newest Blue Dragon post, I decided to try a completely different way of using stir fry sauce. All the ingredients are the same, beef with a vegetable, but it's cooked in a different form (a roast instead of strips of beef) and much easier.
I would give it three, since it's an easy, delicious and amazing camping food, something that's hard to come by!
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You simply throw the roast in a dutch oven or another BBQ safe pan, add the sauce and water and cook on low heat for 5-6 hours, until the beef starts melting apart. Then you throw in green beans and cook until they are tender crisp.
One camping meal that isn't hot dogs.
Happy camping and cooking everyone!
- lb 3-4 beef blade roast 1
- 2 packages of Blue Dragon Wasabi Plum stir fry sauce
- one white onion sliced
- 3 cloves of garlic sliced thinly
- 1/2 cup water
- 1 lb green beans trimmed and washed
Place the onion on the bottom of a dutch oven and put the roast on top.
Place the garlic on top of the roast.
Mix the sauce and water together; pour over the top of the roast.
Cook at a low heat (300 to 325 F) for 5-6 hours, until the beef is falling apart.
Place the green beans on top of the roast and recover, cook until the beans are tender crisp. (another 20 minutes or so.)
Remove and serve.