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Easy Meal To Cook For Breakfast

Discussion in 'Food' started by 2sweed, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. 2sweed

    2sweed Natural Camper Staff Member

    When we go off in the woods or to a local campground, it is always nice to be able to prepare breakfasts that the food is familiar and good. Having freeze-dried along is fine for long backpacking trips where weight is a issue. But at a regular campground, eating fresh bacon or eggs is a real treat.

    The following ingredients make a very tasty fried breakfast that the whole family might enjoy.
    First cook cut-up sections of bacon in a pot. After bacon is cooked remove it from the bacon grease. Then add chopped onions to the bacon grease and let them cook a bit. Next add potatoes that have already been cooked with skins on and cut them into chunks and drop in on top of the onion. Stir to keep food from sticking or burning. When potatoes are getting brown add the cooked bacon back into the pot. Then add in eggs that have been whipped up for scrambled eggs and continue stirring until eggs are cooked. Put in dishes and as an optional ingredient add maple syrup on top. Very good wholesome breakfast. Amounts of ingredients depend on the number of people being fed.

    Here is a video of this recipe as it is being cooked on a small camp stove. Notice the way he has brought in his whipped eggs. Easy & quick to use idea.

  2. H_Bachman

    H_Bachman Newbie

    Good recipe. My dad always says that things just taste better when you're camping-- it's true! Bacon and eggs never tastes better than it does when you're camping. Your recipe would be delicious wrapped up in a tortilla. It could be made portable with that method, too. Scrambled eggs for breakfast and a camping-scramble burrito around noon after a long morning hike.
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