Introduction: Build a Campfire and Cook a Delicious Meal
Do you ever go camping and get hungry for a delicious meal? This tutorial will solve that problem! With safety tips on starting a campfire and how to make delicious campfire potatoes.
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Step 1: Supplies You Will Need
- Campfire Pit
- Dry Twigs, Limbs, and Logs
- Flint Striker, Matches or Lighter
- Bucket of Water
Campfire Potatoes Supplies
- Four med. sized Potatoes
- One small Onion
- Your favorite Variety of mushrooms
- opt. shredded carrots.
- Olive oil
- Your favorite seasonings(I use salt, garlic powder, paprika, onion powder,
Step 2: Safty First
Never do anything that can endanger you or anyone else! Never use gas to start a fire. Keep a bucket of water nearby in case the fire may spread. NEVER leave children unattended near a fire!
Every forest/wildfire starts with just a spark!
Step 3: Start a Fire
When your fire pit is ready, collect a pile with a variety of limbs and logs. Begin with small twigs, then use bigger sticks until you are using some small logs.
Start the fire using your safe preferred method.
Step 4: Prepare for Cooking
When the fire has burnt down, and you have a nice bed of coals you're ready to cook.
Dice up your potatoes and onions into 1/4" cubes, add mushrooms and shredded carrots into a bowl.
Stir, then add seasonings and stir again. Put in your pan and cover.
Step 5: Cook a Delicious Meal
Place your pot on the bed of coals, and rake them around it. Let them cook for about 15 min, then stir them to make sure they are not burning around the edge. It depends on the heat of your coals but in about ten more minutes they should be done.
Enjoy your delicious meal!
Ecclesiastes 9:10 Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do [it] with thy might
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