No Pot Cooking Recipes Breakfast in a PAPER BAG Ingredients 1-2 Strips of Bacon 1-2 Handfulls Frozen Hash Browns 1-2 Eggs Equipment Lunch Sized Paper Bag Pointed Stick Hot Campfire Coals Fork Instructions 1. Open paper bag and place bacon strips on bottom. 2.
Toss in potatoes. 3. Break in egg(s).
4. Close by folding down top of paper bag at least three times but leaving 3"- 4" of air space above the food. 5.
Insert pointed stick only through the top folded part of the bag. 6. Prop with rocks, or hold bag on the stick about 4"-5" over the hot coals for about 8-10 minutes (careful not to touch the coals or hold over flames or you'll set your breakfast on fire.) 7.
When you can't stand the delicious aroma anymore and your nose is making your tummy SCREAM..... 8. Remove from heat and pull out the stick with an oven mitt.
9. Open the bag and fold down the paper. Eat right out of the brown bag.
10. Throw your "dishes" in the fire (but don't forget to save the forks.) Egg in an Onion Ingredients Good-sized Onion Egg Equipment None Instructions Cut one half off of an unpeeled onion and scoop out ... more. less.
most of the interior, being careful not to hole the onion. Break an egg into the cavity, place the onion directly on the coals and replace the 'lid'.<br><br> Cooking time depends on the thickness of the remaining onion walls, but you'll end up with a basically hard-boiled egg and a couple of layers of onion to eat. Comment I got this out of a cookbook that I can't remember the name of that came out in the early 1970's. 'Roughing it Easy' or something like that.<br><br> It had a bunch of easy recipes and is worth looking for in used-book stores. Orange Eggs Ingredients EGGS,AND ORANGES Equipment OPEN FIRE, OR CHARCOAL, KNIFE Instructions 1.CUT AN ORANGE IN HALF 2.HOLLOW OUT A SECTION, SO IT FORMS A SHELL 3.CRACK AN EGG INTO THE SHELL 4.PLACE ON FIRE,TILL DONE, AND ENJOY-HAS AN ORANGE TASTE (VERY DELICIOUS) No Pot Cooking Recipes Foil Biscuits Ingredients Biscuit or Ready made, Butter (Squeeze or stick) Equipment foil Instructions Foil should be long enough for the biscuits to be laid out in a line. Place enough butter on the foil to completely coat it.<br><br> Place biscuits in the center and seal foil. Make sure the foil is a little baggy around the biscuits. Rap in another strip of foil and place directly on the coals.<br><br> Turn every minute. Depending on the heat will be done within 5-8 minutes. The butter acts as the grease and you don't need to butter them when they are done.<br><br> Chicken in a bucket Ingredients whole chicken salt, pepper or other seasonings Equipment aluminum foil wooden stake large metal bucket or popcorn tin charcoal shovel pot holders Instructions Place a sheet of aluminum foil on the ground. Pound the stake into the ground in the center of the foil. Place the chicken over the stake.<br><br> Place the bucket/tin over the chicken, making sure that the bucket covers the chicken without touching it. Pile hot coals around the edge of the bucket and up the sides as high as possible (usually about 4 coals high) and on top of it. After about 1 hour to 75 minutes your chicken will be brown and tasty.<br><br> Comment Oven roasters seem to work the best. 75 minutes cooks a fairly large chicken or turkey breast. Do not try to check part way through the cooking - it just makes a mess!<br><br> Coffee Can Stew Ingredients Meat: Bacon + meatballs(ground beef/turkey/sausage or store- bought); beef stew meat; or diced chicken breast. Diced Veggies: potatoes, carrots, green peppers, celery, rutabaga, tomatoes, onions, etc. Various spices.<br><br> Water. Oven mitts. Equipment Empty coffee can and aluminum foil Instructions Put some cut up bacon in the bottom of the coffee can, this keeps the rest from sticking.<br><br> Next layer meat, veggies, and spices until the can is about 3/4 full. Put in about 1 - 1 1/2 cups water. Cover can tightly with foil.<br><br> Sit can in hot campfire coals for about 1 hour. NO PEEKING! Use oven mitts to take cans out of the coals.<br><br> Stir up stew and enjoy! 2 No Pot Cooking Recipes Fish Hobo dinner Ingredients Freshly caught fish boned, and skinned if preferred. Lemon pepper Butter...lots of butter Veggies to taste (onions, green peppers, mushrooms, what ever you like...these taste good with fish) Potatoes to taste....gotta get your taters Equipment Fish, aluminum foil, tongs to pull out dinner.<br><br> Instructions Mix it all together and put into the fire. Let it cook good (potatoes soft) and enjoy. Do not put into hot part of fire as this takes time to cook in all the juices from the fish and butter.<br><br> The slower it cooks the better it tastes, average is between a half hour Foil dinner-TeoBurger Ingredients 1/8 - 1/4 ground beef per person 1/2 ear of corn 1/4 onion 1 medium carrot, quartered Spices (i.e. salt/pepper) Equipment: Fire Pit Adequate wood for coals Heavy-duty Aluminum foil Tongs or other equipment to remove packets from coals Dining implements (plates. cutlery) salt/pepper Cups for beverages Instructions Make two patties from ground beef, each will be a "sandwich cover" for the other ingredients.<br><br> Place corn and carrots and/or onion between the between patties (OK if overflow). QUADRUPLE wrap in heavy-duty foil. Place in campfire COALS (a little flame is OK) for 15 minutes, then turn over for another 15 minutes.<br><br> Remove from fire with tongs. Unwrap (carefully) or slice packet open. Enjoy, with any spices (e.g.<br><br> salt/pepper)! 3 No Pot Cooking Recipes Potato Package Ingredients Potatoes, onions, cheese, bacon and sausages Equipment: Tinfoil, burning embers of fire Instructions: Take a square piece of foil 50*50. Chop up potatoes and put on the tinfoil, cut up the onions and add them to form 2 layers.<br><br> Put the cheese on top to create 3 layers. Put the sausages or bacon on top of the cheese and add another layer of cheese, then onions and then potatoes. Wrap up the layers in tinfoil and put on the embers for 30-60 mins Salmon or Tuna and Rice Ingredients Uncle Ben's boil-in-a-bag rice; tins of salmon bits or tuna or canned chicken; Equipment pot or #10 tin can, glove or pliers Instructions bring water to boil; add bags of rice and boil for few minutes; open cans and drain some of juice; serve rice and add salmon, tuna or chicken on top.<br><br> Comment easy cleanup. boil in bag rice cooks like a tea bag and doesn 9t stick. Good recipe where only stoves allowed.<br><br> Stuffed Bell Peppers Ingredients Bell Peppers Butter Onions Equipment Campfire, knife, foil Instructions Cut top off bell pepper,, clean out inside.. Cut a little bell pepper and onions into bits.. Blend into raw ground meat with seasoning.<br><br> Stuff peppers with mixture. Put a pat of butter on top, and then put top back on bell pepper.. Wrap in foil tightly like a hobo burger , and throw on hot embers of campfire..about twenty minutes,,open carefully because of steam,, and enjoy!!<br><br> HOBO Kabobs Ingredients Hot Dogs Pineapple Chunks Equipment Roasting Sticks Instructions Cut the Hotdogs up into round chunks. Alternate Hot Dog/Pineapple as you slide them onto the stick. Roast over the fire until hot.<br><br> Aluminum Eggs FOIL 1 Sausage Patty 1 handful Hash Brown Potatoes 1 dash water 1 Egg salt, pepper, spices Wrapped in double foil pack and placed on coals for 10-15 min. If it burns, cut down the time. 4 No Pot Cooking Recipes Mineshaft Pig FOIL 1 potato 1 sausage link aluminum foil Core a tunnel in a potato with an apple corer, then stuff the tunnel with a sausage link.<br><br> Wrap in foil and bake on coals, or in oven for about 45 min. Worm in the Apple FOIL 1 Apple 1 sausage link aluminum foil Core an apple, stuff with sausage link, wrap in foil, cook until soft (~40 min.) Crescent Rolls on a Stick STICK 1 tube of refrigerated Crescent rolls Butter or margarine Jam, jelly or honey Using a thick green stick about 1 inch in diameter, wrap the dough for a crescent roll spiral fashion around the tip of the stick. Leave space with the spiral for the heat to reach all of the dough.<br><br> Press the ends of the dough to the stick to stick to the stick..... Hold the stick over coals for 15-20 min., turning frequently as you salivate. When golden brown, slip the roll of the stick and spread with butter, jam, jelly, or honey.<br><br> plan for 1-3 rolls per scout. Frito Pie 1 can chili 6-8 small bags Frito 9s corn chips schredded cheese Cook up pot of chili (homemade or canned). Buy individual size bags of Frito 9s corn chips.<br><br> Cut an X on front of bag and open. Put chili on top of the chips, and schredded cheese. And you have portable lunchtime Frito Pie.<br><br> 5 No Pot Cooking Recipes Shrimp & Steak Kabobs GRILL 1/2 cup Vegetable oil 1/4 cup lemon juice 1 tsp. dried Oregano Leaves 1/2 tsp dried Basil 1 clove Garlic , finely chopped 1/2 lb. med.<br><br> raw shrimp, peeled & deveined 1/2 lb boneless Beef Sirloin, cut into cubes Zucchini, onion and red or yellow bell peppers In shallow dish or plastic bag, combine oil, lemon juice, oregano, basil, and garlic; add shrimp and meat. Cover; marinate in refrigerator or ice chest for 3-4 hrs. Skewer meat and shrimp with vegetables.<br><br> Grill or broil as desired, basing frequently with marinade. 1/2 lb of scallops can be substituted for sirloin. serves 16 appetizers or 4 full servings.<br><br> Dinner Items: Foil Meals Hot meals are great but who wants to wash dishes. Try these Foil meal ideas or try a seal-a-meal or freezer zip bag in boiling water . Drugstore wrap: Not Drug Rap..<br><br> 1. Cut 2 pieces of lightweight foil or 1 piece of heavy-duty foil, twice the circumference of the item to be wrapped. 2.<br><br> Place food in middle of foil, shiny side in. Food must be moist or add 4 T. of fluid.<br><br> 3. Bring opposite sides of foil together, and fold 1/2 inch, repeat turning down to item. 4.<br><br> Flatten top of package, Fold corners of open ends in and roll ends in small folds into center. The edges must seal to keep steam in. Boy Scout Potatoes FOIL Potato Carrot Small onion Salt & Pepper margarine Slice the Potato into 1/4 inch slices.<br><br> Peal and slice the onion and carrot. Place in the middle of a drugstore foil wrap with salt, pepper, & a dollop of margarine. Add 1 Tbls.<br><br> water. Seal the Wrap and place on coals for 45 minutes to a hour. 6 No Pot Cooking Recipes Baked Apple FOIL 1 apple per person, 1 tablespoon brown or white sugar per apple Wash apple.<br><br> Cut a slice off the top, remove the core, and put the sugar in the hollow. Wrap in foil. Cook in hot ashes about 1 hour.<br><br> Mountain Melts FOIL Rolls (any kind) Meat (thinly sliced) Cheese (sliced) Mustard Cut and butter rolls. Fill to taste with cheese, meat, and mustard. Wrap each roll in foil.<br><br> Place rolls on the edge of the coals or on grill above the coals for about 1/2 to 1 hour. Complete Meal (Hobbie) FOIL Meat, seasoned to taste Potatoes Other vegetables Cut meat, potatoes, and other vegetables into bite-size pieces. Divide the ingredients into individual portions on pieces of foil.<br><br> Wrap each portion carefully. Cook in hot ashes about 1 to 2 hours. Serve, in foil.<br><br> Pi-Chee Ham FOIL 1 can candied yams 1 can SPAM, a pat of butter dash brown sugar Slice SPAM into a double or triple layer foil pack. Put in candied yams, the SPAM, a pat of butter and sprinkle some brown sugar on top. Seal the pack and heat on the coals for eight minutes a side.<br><br> Tastes like candied ham and yams. 7 No Pot Cooking Recipes Sue's Goulash FOIL 1/2 cup of Minute Rice canned chicken, beef, or chopped ham dried onion flakes dry seasoning, or gravy ingredients Form three (3) sheets of foil into a bowl shape. Put in the bottom, sprinkle and mix dried onion flakes, dry seasoning, or gray ingredients.<br><br> Add some canned chicken, beef, or chopped ham. Pour in 1/2 cup water. Seal and place on coals for 15 minutes.<br><br> Cheese Potatoes in a Parcel FOIL 1 Med. Potato, peeled and sliced 2 oz. Cheese cut in cubes 1 slice Bacon, diced 3 slices onion, separated into rings 1 tbs.<br><br> Butter or Margarine salt, pepper, paprika Use a double thick piece of heavy duty foil. With a little oil, lay the potatoes on the foil, distributing the slices evenly, and season with a little salt, pepper, and paprika. Scatter the cheese and bacon and onion rings evenly over the potatoes, sprinkle the butter pieces on top.<br><br> Fold the foil to form a parcel, closing the edges carefully. Cook the cheese potatoes over a charcoal grill for 50 minutes, turning the parcel repeatedly. You can use dried diced onions and dried bacon, but add a few tbs.<br><br> water. Wieners in foil FOIL wieners foil mustard onion cheese pickle relish Place wieners in double heavy foil and spread with one or more of the following: Mustard, fine chopped onion, cheese strips, pickle relish. Wrap tightly and cook over coals for 10 min., turning once.<br><br> Quick Rice Bag 1/2 cup Minute rice Place 1/2 cup Minute rice in a heavy freezer zip lock bag, add 1/2 cup boiling water to bag, Wait 3 minutes. Makes 1 serving 3/4 cup cooked. Add butter buds and salt.<br><br> Multiply recipe by # of serve. No pot No mess 8 No Pot Cooking Recipes Rice on the Coals FOIL 1 1/2 cups minute rice 1 1/2 cups water 1 T. margarine 1/2 tsp.<br><br> salt dash pepper 4 tsp. instant bouillon Place two sheets of foil (14" sq.) on top of each other in a cooking pot. Press into a bowl or pouch.<br><br> Add ingredients and seal tightly. Remove from pot and place on coals for 15 minutes. serves 4 Sauced Dogs FOIL 1/2 LB hot dogs 1/2 cup cheddar cheese 1 hard boiled egg 2 Tbs.<br><br> chili sauce 1 Tbs. pickle relish 1/2 tsp. mustard 1/2 tsp.<br><br> garlic salt At home, grind together: 1/2 lb. hot dogs, 1/2 cup mild cheddar cheese. Add 1 chopped hard boiled egg, 2 T.<br><br> chili sauce, 1 T. pickle relish, 1/2 tsp. mustard, 1/2 tsp.<br><br> garlic salt. At camp spread this mess, I mean mixture, on buns. Wrap in double heavy foil.<br><br> Heat on coals 10 min. (serves 3-4) Foil Baked Fish FOIL filleted fish onion salt & pepper lemon tomato Lay out a strip of heavy doubled foil and butter generously. Lay out a filleted fish on the foil.<br><br> Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cover with onion rings, lemon slices, tomato slices. Seal tightly with foil and place on a grill over the coals.<br><br> When steam balloons the foil prick it once. A large filleted fish is ready to eat in 20-30 minutes. Chef's secret : If your fish tend to be dry, add a can of tomato sauce.<br><br> Veggies on the Barbie FOIL potato sweet potato corn on cob Foil wrapped potatoes will take about 45 min.-1 hr. depending on size. Prick the Tatter to keep from exploding.<br><br> Sweet potatoes, yams, large onions in foil = 45 min.-1 hr. Foil wrapped corn on the cob, 25-45 min. depending on maturity of the corn, not the boy.<br><br> 9 No Pot Cooking Recipes Sweet, Sweet Potatoes (3-4 ser.) FOIL 1 can sweet potatoes margarine maple flavored syrup Remove completely the top from a 18 oz. can of sweet potatoes. Strip off Label.<br><br> Drain some of the liquid into a cup, and add 1/4 cup maple flavored syrup and 1 T. margarine. Return liquid to cover the sweet potatoes.<br><br> Cover can with foil. Place on a grill or near coals and heat until bubbly, about 20 min. Baden Baked Sliced Potatoes FOIL potato margarine foil salt, pepper, garlic salt Scrub and cut potatoes into thick slices.<br><br> Use one potato per person. Do not peel the potatoes. Place each one on a double sheet of heavy foil.<br><br> Add 1 T. margarine. Sprinkle with garlic, onion salt and pepper.<br><br> Seal and bake on the grill, turning often for a hour. or 15-20 minutes on coals. Drumsticks Stick & Foil 1 lb hamburger 1 cup cornflakes 1 egg 1/2 chopped onion salt & pepper 1 tsp.<br><br> mustard 1 tbl. ketchup Crush the cornflakes and mix with all the rest of the ingredients, except egg shell. Warp a handfull around a green stick and wrap aluminum foil around meat and stick.<br><br> cook 20 - 30 min. over bed of coals, turning slowly. Makes about 6-7 drumsticks.<br><br> Foiled Onions FOIL Large onion margarine salt & pepper bacon foil Peel a large onion and cut in half. Place a pat of margarine on the cut side and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Top with a half strip of bacon on each half onion.<br><br> Wrap each in double heavy foil and seal tightly. Bake on coals 35-45 minutes. (1 onion for 2 persons) 10 No Pot Cooking Recipes 11 Hot Chicken Sandwiches FOIL 1 can boned chicken 1 cup chopped celery 1/4 cup sliced ripe olives 1/4 cup shredded jack cheese, 1/4 cup mayonnaise 1 tsp.<br><br> dry onion flakes hamburger buns Combine 1 can boned chicken, 1 cup chopped celery, 1/4 cup sliced ripe olives, 1/4 cup shredded jack cheese, 1/4 cup mayonnaise, 1 tsp. dry onion flakes, and spread on hamburger buns. Wrap in double heavy foil and heat over coals 15-20 min.(serves 3-4)<br><br>