An easy and fun way to cook on your fire pit cook top is to use the “foil pack” method. You can prepare them at home, freeze them for transportation, and then keep them in the cooler until you’re ready to cook. Try this easy foil pack recipe via AllRecipes.com:
|1.||In a large bowl, or a large zip-top bag, combine the chicken, onion, mushrooms, yellow pepper, red pepper, garlic, and potatoes. Pour in the olive oil and lemon juice, then mix well.|
|2.||Evenly divide the mixture between 4 large sheets of aluminum foil. Top each with another sheet of foil, and roll up the edges tightly. Wrap each packet again, securely in another sheet of foil to double wrap.|
|3.||Cook in the hot coals of a CobraCo™ Fire Pit until the chicken is opaque and the potatoes are tender, around 40 minutes.|
Breakfast lovers will appreciate this simple donut recipe via ThoreausDaughter.com!
- Heat about two inches of oil in a large pot. Separate the biscuits on a cutting board and cut a hole from the center of each.
- Fry the dough in about two inches of oil.
- Flip with tongs after a minute or two.
- Place the cooked donuts in a paper bag with cinnamon and toss for a tasty and sweet covering
- Serve with coffee
Campfire Crescent Dogs are a quick way to satisfy your kids hunger while dining in the great outdoors! This recipe from Tablespoon is simple and easy!
- One tube Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
- 8 hot dogs
- Ketchup & mustard
- On a flat surface, open the tube of crescent rolls and unroll dough. Separate into triangles along perforations.
- Place the hot dog on the edge of the crescent roll and begin rolling so the majority of hot dog is covered by the crescent dough. Make sure the crescent dough overlaps at the end, otherwise it will fall apart.
- Skewer your crescent dog on a CobraCo® S’mores Fork and roast it over the fire until golden brown. (Tip: Roasting away from the flames, but in a spot that is still quite hot, gives a nice even roasting.)
- Serve immediately with ketchup and mustard as desired.