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12 Easy Cast Iron Skillet Meals For Camping

June 29, 2016 2 Comments

12 Easy Cast Iron Skillet Meals For Camping

Cast iron skillets are one of the wonderful inventions. You can craft delicious dishes if you just own a cast iron skillet. You do not have to rely on packaged meals available in departmental stores. Mouthwatering dishes are just a cast iron skillet away. Here is a compilation of 12 easy cast iron skillet meals that you can try while camping.

1. Sesame skillet chicken

Sesame skillet chicken

This makes an ideal dish for dinner while you are camping. You need to whisk sesame oil, brown sugar, soy sauce, vinegar and chicken stock in a bowl. Initial preparations can be done at home. Toss in the chicken coated with flour and pepper in your skillet. Pour the chicken stock mixture and cook for twenty minutes and you are ready to gorge on an easy, nutritional Asian delicious while camping.

2. Cabbage skillet meal

Cabbage skillet meal

This is ideal for lunch or dinner. Heat the cast iron skillet. Add mushrooms, onions and ground beef. Cook well. Add water and stock gel. Bring the mixture to boil. Add pepper, garlic power and rice. Add shredded cabbage in the end. Let the contents simmer for 30-45 minutes until the rice gets cooked completely. You can top with sour cream.

3. Chipotle black bean and rice

Chipotle black bean and rice

This meal would fill your stomach after tiring day of camping. Heat olive oil and add onions. Once they turn translucent, ad black beans, water, salt, spices, rice and lime juice. Cook until the mixture is cooked completely. You can add cilantro and spinach. Top it with goat cheese and gorge on this delicious treat.

4. Skillet Zucchini

Skillet Zucchini

If you are looking for a healthy option, then you can try skillet Zucchini. This is one of the easiest recipe you can try while camping. Add olive oil and butter to a skillet. Add onions and zucchini to the skillet. Cook until the mixture turns tender. This should take three minutes. Add thyme, tomatoes, pepper and salt.

5. Skillet vegan brownies

Skillet vegan brownies

If you are looking for a sweet treat, then you can try skillet vegan brownies. You need to do the initial preparations at home if you wish to make cookies while camping. Make crumbs of walnuts and cashews in a processor at home. Form a dough with cocoa powder, almond meal, dates, maple syrup and coconut oil. Line the skillet with wax paper and place the dough in the skillet. Place over hot coals for over 30 minutes. Serve with chopped nuts and whipped cream.

6. Skillet broccoli quinoa casserole

Skillet broccoli quinoa casserole

This is a health and delicious option that you can consider while cooking. Cook quinoa in water. Add broccoli in the end. Once its cooked, add a tablespoon of olive oil in a skillet. Season chicken breasts. Top with pepper and salt. Flip until cooked. Add cooked quinoa, broccoli and the seasoned chicken breasts to a mixture of whisked milk and flour. Top with yoghurt and cheese.

7. Stuffed bell peppers

Stuffed bell peppers

Campers love indulging in this treat. Sauté onions, garlic and peppers in olive oil. Once the onions and peppers have softened, add ground beef into the skillet. Season with fresh pepper and kosher salt. Add canned tomatoes and chicken broth once the beef is cooked. Once the mixture simmers, add rice. Sprinkle cheese once the mixture is cooked.

8. Skillet lasagna

Skillet lasagna

You do not have to miss lasagna while camping. Try this simple skillet lasagna recipe while you are camping. Fry chopped onions in a skillet with olive oil. Add red pepper flakes, salt and garlic. Add ground beef. Once its cooked, layer the lasagna noodles. Pour water and tomato sauce. Cover the skillet and let the contents simmer. Stir occasionally. Cook for 20 minutes. Season lasagna with pepper and salt. Stir lasagna in cottage cheese and let it melt. Serve with basil and parmesan.

9. Skillet apple crisp

Skillet apple crisp

Whisk oats, flour, cinnamon, salt and sugar. Add pecans and melted butter to the mixture. Whisk molasses, maple syrup, salt, flour and cinnamon together. Toss in the apples. Coat the skillet with butter. Pour the filling into the skillet. Spread the layer until it is even. Layer with the oats mixture prepared initially. Cover the skillet with a foil and let the mixture bake for 40 minutes. Once the apples have softened, you can remove the foil. Bake for a couple of minutes until the toppings turn deep brown.

10. Pumpkin skillet granola

Pumpkin skillet granola

This would make a healthy breakfast while camping. Heat the skillet. Add almonds, pumpkin seeds and oats. Cook for five minutes or more until the mixture turns brown slightly. stir the mixture. Add pumpkin pie spice, salt and chia seeds. Whisk maple syrup, oil and pumpkin puree in a separate bowl. Drizzle his over the mixture and cook for two minutes.

11. Skillet orzo

Skillet orzo

Add olive oil to a skillet. Season chicken thighs. Fry until they are cooked. Add butter in the skillet. Sauté sun dried tomatoes, garlic and onion for five minutes. Add heavy cream, orzo, parmesan cheese and chicken broth. Stir the contents. Once with mixture starts boiling, season with pepper and salt. Add the seasoned chicken thighs. Once the mixture is cooked, sprinkle fresh basil.

12. Skillet pizza

Skillet pizza

Add brown sugar and yeast to warm water. A creamy foam will form after 5 to 10 minutes. Knead dough. Integrate the yeast mixture, butter, salt and garlic. Once the dough rises, punch it properly and set it aside for twenty minutes. Heat the skillet. Cook sausages in it until crumbly and brown. Transfer the sausage to a bowl and slice it. Grease the skillet with oil. Press the dough into the skillet. Poke holes with fork to ensure no air bubbles are formed. Coat the dough with pizza sauce. Sprinkle mozzarella cheese and layer with sausage. You can layer with pepperoni. You can repeat the layer and coat with shredded cheese finally. Heat with the skillet until the crust turns golden brown. This should take twenty-five minutes. Season with garlic powder and Italian seasoning. Remove from skillet and then slice.




2 Responses

Rita
Rita

September 11, 2016

That skillet lasagna looks to die for! I can’t wait to cook it for my husband. He’s a big fan of lasagna but I’ve never cooked it quite like this. But I’ll have to take out the basil because it’s not one of his favorites at all.

Sara
Sara

September 09, 2016

I like all the recipes you’ve shared here! They all seem very easy to make and look absolutely delicious! My mouth is watering at the thought of making most of them, especially the chipotle black bean and rice recipe. Thanks!

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