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Greetings all. Hope this is the correct forum for this topic.I, for one, don't usually cook with heat, except for breakfast tasties and smores and the occasional hot dog. It's all due to the…Continue
Started by regis101. Last reply by Marty Vandermolen Dec 25, 2015.
Hi Folks,Just joined this group. I new to the entire site in fact. I have a lot of pics of food I've made on my page. Most can be made at a camping site. Looking forward to camping and cooking.Continue
Started by Stacy & Maria Jan 5, 2014.
I really want an easy way to make great coffee. I would find it pure luxury to have instant hot water available in my van ( Like from the tap). If any one has any ideas I would love to hear it. I…Continue
Started by mj. Last reply by Cane Rattler Dec 16, 2013.
—BREAKFAST—Egg in a NestIngredients:- Bread (2 pieces)- Eggs- ButterDirections:Tear or cut a 1 1/2" hole out of the center of each piece of bread.Butter bread lightly on both sides. Place each slice…Continue
Started by Kathleen Hines. Last reply by Joel Jun 27, 2013.
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You can add or lose some of the vegetables to no ill effect as long as they are diced to a similar size if the former, I just think this mixture makes the fritters a pretty color. This will feed 2 hungry people – but it will double or triple just fine. I also took the liberty of adding some leftover diced mozzarella in the photos since I needed to use it up but that was gilding the lily. These are great, hot, cold and in between.
1 x 340 gram can of whole kernel corn, drained (mine contained 285 grams of corn)
6 heaped tablespoons plain flour
1/2 capsicum, diced very small
1/2 carrot, diced very small
1/2 red onion, diced
3 or 4 diced mushrooms
2 tablespoons minced parsley
1 or 2 cloves garlic, minced
A tablespoon of shoyu
1/2 teaspoon salt
Plenty of pepper (out of a grinder, natch)
Heat a pan over moderate heat.
Put everything in a bowl and mix well.
Add a tablespoon or so of whatever oil you like to the pan and add the batter, taking care not to over fill the pan or let them join into one mega-fritter. Don’t worry that the batter doesn’t hold together well, once they are cooked the fritters will be fine, though like any pan thing (for want of a better term: I mean pancakes, crepes, fritters and hotcakes) you may be angry with the first one.
Serve with salsa, shoyu or a selection of the two if you manage not to ravage them all as they come out of the pan.
Figured out that I can use my burner grate to cook over fires~ fun! Just have to rinse the soot from the fire off before returning it!
just ordered one of these...http://www.coleman.com/coleman/colemancom/detail.asp?product_id=501...
anyone have any experience with them? I'm super excited to check it out!