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Old 01-09-2016, 01:30 PM
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Run across really simple, and sounds 'yummie,' recpt's all the time; no brainers with simple ingred, prep time (almost nothing), and "Good Eats." What say you to haveing a seperate section in "The Lodge Den" to post these up? Here's a good web site to get your taste buds going: http://www.recipe.com/collections/make-takeout/?page=4

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I always love new recipe ideas. Actually, just put my hash brown cassarole in the oven. Really easy, and works for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

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Great Idea. Nevadanstig, where's the recipe?
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Here is the recipe for one of our favorite camping meals.


Meat pork chop, chicken breast or minute steak. I cover minute steak with pancake mix prior to frying.

Potatoes cut into one and one half inch cubes

An onion cut into eight equal pieces

Carrots probably three medium

One or two cans of cream of mushroom soup

Cook meat in a large skillet making sure it is browned Add the cream of mushroom soup and water as indicated on the can. Mix to disperse the soup and then add the potatoes, onion and carrots. Simmer until tender. If you have the time and inclination one can simmer the meat for 30 minutes to insure it is tender prior to adding the vegetables.

Makes a good one-skillet meal.

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8x8 pan.
4 boneless chicken breasts
1 box Stove-Top stuffing
1 can cream of mushroom
Shredded cheddar cheese

Make Stove-Top stuffing. Grease pan, add chicken, season with black pepper, cover in cheese, pour cream of mushroom over top(no milk added, straight from the can), cover with stuffing, bake 350 for approximately 45min.

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Chicken Pockets

1 tube croissants, preferably the big and fluffy variety.
8-10oz of cooked diced chicken
1c chopped broccoli
1 package cream cheese
4 slices American cheese
Shredded cheddar
Milk
Salt/Pepper

Mix together cream cheese, chicken, broccoli, shredded cheddar. Add milk if cream cheese is too thick. Salt and pepper to taste. Open croissants. There's 8 croissants to a package. Take 2 triangles and make a square. Put cream cheese mix in the center and fold edges up to the top and pinch shut. Put on non stick baking sheet. Top with slice of American cheese. Bake 425?(whatever the croissant package says, cannot remember) until croissant is golden brown. Makes 4.
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Great Idea. Nevadanstig, where's the recipe?
2 lbs Frozen Hash browns. Defrosted. 6 minutes in the microwave will usually get them defrosted really quickly.
1 can (10.5oz) Cream of chicken
8oz Sour Cream
1/2 cup melted butter
Half of a red onion, diced
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
Meat of your choice. I like to use the fully cooked bacon and sausage links. Just make sure the meat is cooked before adding it to the cassarole.

In a large bowl, mix together the cream of chicken, sour cream, and melted butter. Stir in the onion, cheese, and meat. Add some pepper, then slowly stir in the hash browns till everything is well mixed. Place everything in a large cassarole dish and bake at 350 for about 50 minutes.
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Here is the recipe for one of our favorite camping meals.


Meat pork chop, chicken breast or minute steak. I cover minute steak with pancake mix prior to frying.

Potatoes cut into one and one half inch cubes

An onion cut into eight equal pieces

Carrots probably three medium

One or two cans of cream of mushroom soup

Cook meat in a large skillet making sure it is browned Add the cream of mushroom soup and water as indicated on the can. Mix to disperse the soup and then add the potatoes, onion and carrots. Simmer until tender. If you have the time and inclination one can simmer the meat for 30 minutes to insure it is tender prior to adding the vegetables.

Makes a good one-skillet meal.

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Wow that's elaborate! I want to camp with you, you cook, I'll clean.
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This is one of hidden beauties of haveing a motor home (or camper with a portable gennie) you can make any of the above in a flash.

I'm liking where this thread is going!

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Camp cooking ?

Stuffed French toast

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... with "mixed grill" breakfast meat

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Jambalaya

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Dutch ovens

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