Camping season is approaching and often we eat better than when we're at home! The main reason is that I carefully plan our meals and prep the food before we leave. This past weekend I brought skinless, boneless chicken breast and aspargus. Before we left, I prepared both sides of the chicken with a little bit of light olive oil, and a modest to heavy dose of Kirkland Signature Organic No Salt Seasoning. To that I added a bit of sea salt, some crushed red pepper and a pinch of turbinado sugar (which is basically coarse ground raw sugar). I put it into a ziploc and packed it for the trip. I did this on a Wednesday and cooked it Friday, so the flavors had plenty of time to develop and 'get into' the meat.
For the asparagus, I cleaned it, drizzled it with a little olive oil, and a small amount of sea salt and pepper. I grilled it for about 5-6 minutes and it was perfectly cooked. Oh my, what a fabulous meal ...
Delicious food can be had on the road. A part of camping that I look forward to is finding more great meals I can whip up in an outdoor kitchen. :)
Are you a camp cook? I'd love to hear your meal ideas!