ever. I love that they make tuna in a pouch with flavoring already! I mean does
it get easier than that?
and call it a meal, but I decided to up it a notch by cooking pasta for it. I
also chopped up some cucumbers, and carrots, but those are totally optional.
also a great option.
cook the pasta in a pan over the open fire. If you just have a fire pit without
a good grate it may be a bit more complicated. In order to cook the pasta you need
to get a pretty big fire going and then let it burn down to coals. You can
place the pot right on the coals, depending on your equipment or you can place
it on a rock in the middle (you may want to get that in place ahead of time).
will get hot, and cook the pasta. Be sure to stir the pasta often and test it
to see when it’s done. Cooking times will vary based on the temperature of the
fire, but it should take anywhere from 10-25 minutes. If it is taking a while
feel free to build up the fire around the pot using small sticks, just make
sure you can still access the handles, and that they are not in danger of
melting. Note: It’s important to have the right gear for cooking over a fire. I
am working on a camping gear page now, but in the mean time, this pot is a
great example of the type that we use.
any other ingredients. I mean how easy is that?
I suggests saving the drained water for other uses. You could use it with
bisquick in the morning for pancakes, or stir simply in hot cocoa.