Easy Camping Meals for Family | TRAIL FIRE GRILL

Easy Camping Meals for Family | TRAIL FIRE GRILL

Easy Camping Meals for the Family can be a little bit of a challenge. But with the new Trail Fire Grill, all your family camping meals come together in a flash. Thry this easy stir fry recipe for camping from The Spicy Apron.

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FULL RECIPE:
Heat skillet on medium high heat and add 3 seeded and dices bell peppers of any color plus one diced onion. Saute until soft and add 1 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon pepper, and 1 1/2 teaspoon Italian seasonings. Stir and continue to cook until vegetables are slightly soft. Add 1 can chick peas and 2 cups cooked brown rice. Stir until heated through. OPTIONAL: add 1 cup vegetable broth and a slurry of 2 tablespoons broth and 1 tablespoon corn starch. Heat through and serve.

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8 thoughts on “Easy Camping Meals for Family | TRAIL FIRE GRILL

  1. The Swiss Army knife of portable grilling. Look forward to seeing what kind of pizza you make on it πŸ•

  2. Good evening Heather super video. You and the stir fry look amazing. You look much better in the Under Armour hat than I do. Can you add any type of flavored wood chips to the lava rock? Take care and enjoy your summer.

    1. I haven’t tried the wood chips! I would probably put it in an aluminum tray with a little water and put the tray directly on the grates. Do you think that would work? I’ll have to try it! Always good to hear from you!

  3. Nice set up! And a healthy dish! Lava rocks brilliant idea to use. Was wondering if they have a lid big enough, for when your using the skillet?

    1. Good question! There is not an additional lid for the skillet, but so far I haven’t needed one. If I do need one, I’ll likely just grab a large piece of foil and use that.

  4. Hi Heather! I grabbed your RV Cooking Made Easy in March at my local B&N. Absolutely love the cookbook and the fabulous recipes! I would love to see more outdoor cooking/camping recipes and videos. Thank you!

    1. Awe thanks, Becky! I’m so glad you like the book. (I put a ton of work into it, so it’s nice to know it’s paying off!) I will definitely work on getting more RV cooking videos out there! Thanks again! Heather

  5. Heather,
    My husband, Jeff and I loved your recipe for stir fry veggies with chickpeas. We made it on the Trail Fire Wok pan in our kitchen cooktop. Sooo tasty πŸ˜‹.We will definitely be making it on our propane grill/fire pit next camping trip. We truly love our Trail Fire πŸ”₯ Grill. Best investment.
    Yes, please come up with whole food, anti-inflammatory recipes. I have RA and I am always looking for healthy and tasty recipes. Thank You. P.S. we also ordered your cookbook and can’t wait to try some of the recipes.

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