Easy Camp Dinner Meal Recipes
So easy and so delicious. Boneless chicken breast have never tasted so flavorful, and this dry rub recipe is so quick and uncomplicated it can be ready to cook in 5 minutes. – Leaving the cook more time to enjoy what they came for.
Just remember – although the picture of grilled breasts over a flaming campfire looks gorgeous – cooking over the heat of a bed of hot coals is the only way to get the best results without charring the chicken breasts before they are properly cooked.
- Serves: 1 chicken breast per camper
*side veggies suggested below – 6oz per camper
- Prep time: 10 minutes
- Cook time: 15 minutes
- These breasts are great on Kaiser sandwich rolls too. Just wrap the bread in foil and heat them while the chicken breast are cooking.
- The chicken breasts can also be cooked in a fry pan on a camp stove, but grilling gives the best flavor.
Dry rub ingredients: (for 4 chicken breasts)
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Tip: A good pair of campfire gloves is almost a must-have for campfire and tin-foil cooking. Here is a guide to some good choices for campfire cooking gloves.
Recommended side dishes:
Italian Green Beans
Sticking with the quick and simple theme, this side dish uses frozen and canned veggies to create a great 1-pot side dish that will be ready when the chicken is:
- 1 lb. pkg. Frozen Petite whole green beans
- 2 cans (14oz) Diced tomatoes
- 1 med. Yellow onion – diced
- 1 tsp. Garlic salt
- 1 tsp. Black pepper
Pour 1 can diced tomatoes and juice into pot, add diced onions, then green beans, then garlic salt and Pepper, then top with 2nd can diced tomatoes. Cover and cook until green beans are dark and tender.
Get Organized! The Smartest Camp Tip:
The smartest campfire cooking tip is to be organized,and sometimes a couple inexpensive totes or “stuff” bags will make outdoor camping gear so much easier to handle you will wonder why you waited to get them.
If you use the Zip-loc freezer bag tips, these totes will keep all your camp meal food in one easy to carry soft cooler that collapses to pack-out empty.
Collapsible Totes and coolers
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Campfire Dinner Recipes for Easy Camping Meals
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Here are some handy resources and pieces of camp gear you might be interested in:
Don’t laugh – think about it first, a Boy Scout Handbook can be one of the most helpful pieces of general camping gear you can have when you are camping with kids!
It is especially helpful to new campers, but can also be handy and useful to experienced campers as well.
This handbook contains easy to understand answers and how-to’s for almost any camping question or situation. Plus, it contains plant and foliage identifications, campsite activity suggestions, woodcraft project suggestions, (with instructions), knot tying tips and instructions, (a great fill-in for bad weather situations), survival tips, and detailed primary first aid instructions.
Boy Scout Handbook
You would have to buy several of those other “camping with kids books” to even come close to the useful content of a Scout handbook
*Here are other samples of camping gear, accessories, and tools, that will help make your outdoor camping trip as fun and enjoyable as you want it to be. And you will be surprised when you see how inexpensive they are when you buy them online.
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