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AmbleSam

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I'm looking for back-to-basics, hassle-free camping recipes for publication in the upcoming Good Sam Guide. Would love to receive delicious plates that you've enjoyed in past campouts.

Include ingredients and instructions. Will include your name in the publication (if you so choose).

Thank you!
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Sausage and Kraut
Serves 3-4

1 lb of kielbasa/smoked sausage/whatever sausage you prefer.
1 jar of sauerkraut
dark brown sugar

In a cast iron fry pan sear the sausage. Lower the heat and pour the kraut on top of the sausage. Sprinkle brown sugar on top to taste. Cover and simmer about 20 minutes.

Option: you can also add leftover cooked potatoes to the pan.


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No mess omellettes: Crack a couple of eggs open into a quart ziplock baggie. Add veggies. Colse and mix well. Toss into a pot of boiling water for 10-13 minutes. Dump on a plate and top with cheese.

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Basic Sausage Gravy & Biscuits

8 package of buttermilk biscuit dough
6 eggs
Store bought peppered gravy mix
lb breakfast sausage
1 cup cheese, shredded
1/2 cup milk

-Grease a 13×9 pan and heat oven to 350
-Brown the sausage in skillet and drain
-Cut biscuit dough into 1? pieces, and line the bottom of the pan
-Layer cooked sausage over the biscuit pieces, then layer shredded cheese over sausage
-Whisk eggs and milk, add salt and pepper and pour over biscuit/layers
-Make gravy according to instructions, and pour over everything
-Bake for 35-45 minutes @ 350 degrees, or until eggs and biscuits are cooked through

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* This post was edited 05/21/22 07:08pm by sofive0 *


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Posted: 05/18/22 09:25am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

a key part of my "fast" food meals is precooking hamburger meat, chicken meat, and homemade soup, packaged in 1-meal portions. I also take cooked bacon and precooked sausage patties.
I can make tacos, chicken alfredo, and omelettes in a jiffy.
Sometimes I cook up mini meatloaves and chicken wings to take in the freezer.
I use packed mixes or jars of alfredo sauce, taco mix, gravy mix and cheese sauce mix.
My vegies are store bought frozen.


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Sofive0’s “Basic Sausage Gravy & Biscuits” sounds great!


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It's even better if you make the gravy from scratch, from the cooked sausage drippings. Little more time consuming but, well worth it.



Lwiddis wrote:

Sofive0’s “Basic Sausage Gravy & Biscuits” sounds great!


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sofive0 wrote:

It's even better if you make the gravy from scratch, from the cooked sausage drippings. Little more time consuming but, well worth it.



Lwiddis wrote:

Sofive0’s “Basic Sausage Gravy & Biscuits” sounds great!


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Foil Dinners: serves 4.
1 lb ground beef
1 large yellow onion coarsely chopped.
1 package baby carrots.
1 green or red pepper seeded and coarsely chopped.
3-4 medium potatoes, precook 3 minutes in microwave, cool, slice.
Pam or preferrably Butter spritz.
Heavy duty foil.

Make 4 patties of beef. Spray or spritz approx. 18" sq pc of foil. place patty in center, add 1/4 of remaining ingredients, add salt, pepper or spice(s) of choice. spray or spritz top and seal foil into a packet.

place on grill or grate over hot coals. I usually have grill @ 400 and turn twice at 10 minute intervals. Overall cook time 30 minutes.


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Baked Chicken w/stuffing


1 whole frier, rinsed with water inside & out.

1 medium onion, medium chopped

1 can Italian croutons

Pepper

garlic salt

Olive oil

Stick to close up the bird.

Aluminum foil to cover bird if using open grill


Directions


Coat bird with olive oil, inside & out

Sprinkle with pepper & garlic salt, inside & out

Stuff with alternate handfuls of croutons & onion

Close up bird and bake, medium heat, till leg joint pops with ease

Enjoy……


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