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    Open fire dinner sides?

    I donít normally bring a fry pan camping and we try and cook everything on a cheap grill over open fire, but Iím running out of ideas for sides. We usually do pork shoulder steaks, beef steaks, smokies/hot dogs and Iím going to bring some box chicken wings this time.

    I always freeze up a bunch of double stuffed potatoes and grab some bag salad, or potato/noodle salad.

    What else is out there?

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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Ears of corn ,soak then onto the fire.

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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    What about bannock bread?

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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Corn on the cob, silk removed but husk on, wrapped in foil works well over the fire. Mini taters, chopped carrots, with butter and seasonings roasted in a foil package over the fire is great too. These will take a bit longer, and should be flipped regularly.
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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Quote Originally Posted by northernbc View Post
    What about bannock bread?
    Do they sell touton dough around bc? It’s a bit of a Newfie thing they sell at Sobeys in fort Mac. Basically a bag of dough ready to bake. It’s super soft and easy to work with.

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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Red peppers cut into quarters, guts removed and tossed in some olive oil and spices.
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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Canned potatoes mixed with some Lipton onion soup mix in a tin foil package. We add a bit of the potato water from the can. Potatoes are cooked so just need to warm. The onion soup mix adds a nice flavour and left overs make excellent hash browns the next morning.

    roast vegetables in a bbq wok pan. Little oil and steak spice is nice but can use what ever seasoning you like.

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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Bring one of them silicon BBQ mats to put on half of your grill you use. Grill lotsa veggies on it, those hash brown Patties, stuffed mushrooms etc. they work real good on open fire and help prevent unintentional burning too a crisp

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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Bannock on a stick followed up with wiener wrapped in bacon.
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    thick stakes cut in long strips is my favourite....... on a s———k
    potatoes, peppers, mushrooms, onions, stake or sausage in aluminum foil packets.
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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Pre cooked pork ribs....wrap in foil and warm on the grate.

    We do baked potato's and corn on the cob.

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