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Easy recipes for outdoor cooking

By Holly Carberry Mar 29, 2018 6:24:48 PM
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It's the first bank holiday of the year and we've planned four solid days of sitting around our Frontier Stove, cooking lots of food and running around on the beach.

If that sounds like a good way to spend a weekend but you're in need of some inspiration, have a look at our round-up of our favourite recipes for al fresco eating for some ideas.

We're going to keep adding to this list, so let us know your favourites! You can get in touch on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or drop us an email.

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1. Shakshuka (Moroccan baked eggs in tomato sauce)

This one's a firm favourite: it's quick and easy, only requires ingredients you can get in any corner shop, and it's easy to make substitutions or improvise based on what you have to hand. Get the recipe here.

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2. Banana pancakes

Great for camping breakfasts, a post-swim snack, a quick dinner - who needs a reason to eat pancakes? These are tasty and filling and can be eaten hot or cold. Add your own toppings like yoghurt, fruit, honey or maple syrup, or just eat them on their own. Get the recipe.

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3. Sunshine toast

This one's super easy and always raises a smile at breakfast. All you need is bread and eggs, along with any spices and seasonings you like. Find the recipe here.

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4. Stovetop skillet chocolate chip cookie

Giant chocolate chip cookie - need we say more? This can be eaten right out of the pan or broken up into pieces to feed hungry adventurers. Get the recipe.

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5. Tasty broccoli soup

We love a good soup when we're cooking outdoors: it's easy to make, great for warming you up and you can eat it out of a mug if you don't have spoons and bowls. Like all the recipes we've listed here, you can improvise based on what you have to hand, but broccoli's a good place to start. Recipe here.

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If you give these a go, let us know how they turn out - and don't forget to share your favourite outdoor recipes with us.