Camping and social events aren’t complete without bonfires, but you can’t simply throw anything on one because cooking over a campfire can be tricky. Some foods should never be attempted, while others work just fine.
So, what exactly should you prepare over an open flame at a backyard bonfire? The following are some fun and quick summer recipes:
Grilled cheese sandwiches
One’s always nice to have a grilled cheese sandwich on hand, but there’s nothing like eating it on the patio! Make it a double-decker sandwich by adding some bacon or ham. The bread should be buttered on both sides before the toppings are added. Wrap the sandwich tightly in aluminum foil to prevent it from falling apart as it cooks. You have a grilled cheese sandwich ready when the cheese is melted and golden brown!
Though it’s simple to prepare, it’s worth spending a little more money on a high-quality chocolate bar for this recipe. Sandwich the marshmallows between two graham crackers and toast them till golden brown on a flat rock or a piece of foil heated over the fire.
It is becoming more and more popular to have an exquisite luxury picnic in addition to your traditional campfire. We’ve seen tourists treat their friends and family to a deluxe picnic San Francisco experience, complete with delectable smores and atmosphere.
Potatoes covered with aluminum foil
This is a simple side dish that everyone will like and is easy to make. Peel the potatoes before you put them in the boiling water (or leave the skins on if desired). Foil containers may be be stuffed with more vegetables if you choose. Make your pieces about a half-inch thick before cutting them out. Place the bags on the hot embers for about 20 minutes.
Hot dogs are on the menu.
Another time-honored classic that is always a hit around a campfire (except for vegetarians). Moreover, they’re a breeze to put together and quite flavorful! Having enough of buns on hand is all you need to do.
Go for it! Cooking over an open flame may provide a plethora of delectable results.