Recipe Roundup

October 11, 2016

Is it just us or do meals cooked in the outdoors and over an open flame just taste better? In anticipation of fall camping trips, we gathered five of our favorite recipes that are sure to spice up any camp cookbook.

Korean BBQ Kabobs

“I love making these kabobs because most of the messy prep is done at home so they are super easy to prepare at the campsite, plus all the pieces are bite size.” ~ Kelly

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Mushroom & Leek Quinoa Risotto

“I love replacing quinoa with traditional risotto rice because it is quicker to make and results in a high-protein dish that’s ideal when you’re expending energy in the outdoors.” ~ Emma

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Wood-Fired Salmon and Asparagus

“BioLite stoves are so fun to use & bring on camping trips. It's a comfort knowing we have a source of energy for cooking or warmth most places we go, but the cherry on top is that it's being used for a great cause - providing clean, renewable energy to all.” ~ Abigail and Dylan

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Cranberry and Kale Turkey Burgers

“This recipe only requires a handful of ingredients that are widely available, takes 20 minutes to prepare and a major bonus: not a lot of cleanup.” ~ Nikki

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New Mexico Style Baby Back Ribs with Green Chile BBQ Sauce

“Barbecuing isn’t just a summertime activity! Grilling out is a perfect way to keep warm and enjoy views of any season. Pick up a bottle of locally grown and fermented New Mexican red wine to sip as you grill; it’ll warm you from the inside out. A spicy Syrah pairs with these grilled ribs perfectly.” ~ Rachel

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Aztec Hot Chocolate

“Use a peppermint stick to stir in the water and dissolve the mix. It instantly makes this a luxurious dessert beverage.” ~ Emma

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