Recipes and Cooking Techniques
Survival Cooking- Campfire Chicken Fajitas - Sometimes, you just have to have some mexi-spice. This recipe makes a great fireside foil packet dish. Ingredients: 1 boneless skinless chicken breast per person or 2 boneless skinless chicken thighs 2-3 tablespoons salsa (as hot as you like it) per person 1/4 medium red bell pepper, seeded and cut into strips per person 1/4 […]
Survival Cajun Red Beans and Rice - Red Beans and rice are a go to staple in about 1/2 of the world. It is an easy dish to make in a on-the- go disaster situation. It is easy to make, from easy to gather ingredients and can be made with all sorts of different heat sources.
Italian White Beans and Rice Soup - This hearty Italian white bean and rice soup is the perfect main dish for chilly days after a disaster.
Hash-Brown, Sausage and Egg Foil Packet - A quick and easy food to make on the go in any disaster or survival situation. Potatoes are almost a survival super food. Lots of nutrients, no refrigeration and easy to transport. eggs are easy-ish to come by, especially in rural areas and you can add any type of sausage you may have laying about.
Dutch Oven Survival Chili - Chilli is a go to dish in any survival situation. it is easy to prepare and you can make a huge amount of it and then eat on it for a day or two, lessening the needed fuel to cook with.
Survival Deserts: Banana Boats - This easy, delicious dessert has just three ingredients – bananas, chocolate chips, and marshmallows. It’s as easy as that. It’s a great way to get some fruit and high calories in a disaster event.
Lemon fish ala Disaster - Sometimes in a disaster or survival cooking situation, especially in rural areas or areas bordering seas and oceans, it is possible to fish for diner. this is a quick and easy recipe to prepare just about any type of fish. Lemon fish ala Disaster reviewed by TDC on November 24, 2015 rated 1.7 of 5
Survival Campfire Burritos - This is a great way to feed a crew of people in a survival cooking situation. campfire Burritos are easy to prepare, don’t require lots of water for cleanup and are generally a crowd pleasing dish. Survival Campfire Burritos reviewed by TDC on November 23, 2015 rated 4.7 of 5
Survival Pizza Dough - This pizza dough recipe is easy to make on the fly and creates a lovely, chewy dough that puffs up in some places and crisps up in others. Pizza is a great survival food and a favorite around here. You c an make it with few ingredients and can use just about anything as a […]
The Ultimate Survival S’more - It just doesn’t get much easier or better then this. It’s always good to have some comfort food in any disaster or survival situation. The Ultimate Survival S’more reviewed by TDC on November 23, 2015 rated 3.5 of 5
Survival Cooking – The Dutch Oven Pizza - Dutch Oven Survival Pizza is survival cooking at its finest. This is a go to comfort food dish, that is easy and quick to prepare in just about any emergency or survival cooking situation. Survival Cooking – The Dutch Oven Pizza reviewed by TDC on October 27, 2015 rated 3.4 of 5
Campfire Grilled Ramem - Campfire Grilled Ramen is a easy and simple survivalemergency food. You can make it in just a few minutes with little fuss or mess. You can use any heat source, but an open flame or charcoal works the best.
Survival Cooking – New York Style Pizza Dough - Pizza is a main stay in my survival cooking cookbook. It’s easy to whip up, takes just a few ingredients and can be made out of any toppings you may have. A good pizza is all about the dough. And here is a great, simple recipe to use when you need to make up some […]
dutch oven pot roast - This is an classic dutch oven recipe that can be used to cook just about any hunk o meat. Which comes in handy in a survival or emergency cooking situation.
Survival Thai Peanut Chicken and Ramen Noodle Soup - A tasty way to get some oriental flavor in your diet in an emergency cooking situation. Most ingredients can be used optionally, depending on what you have on hand.
Cheesy ramen noodles - A mac and cheese clone made with ramen noodles.
Chicken Thai Ramen Noodle Bowls - A good way to feed a group of people on the fly. A couple ramen packages and some vegetables and you are good to go. The secret to this dish is the sauce. Any veggies will work, but you have to nail the sauce to get the ooohs and ahhs from around the campfire after […]
easy Survival Raman salad - Another great ramen recipe that can be made on the fly with a few vegetables and it does not require water to cook. Use any type of vegetables, but cabbage works the best, garnished with pepper, carrot, onion or canned corn. Ingredients 1/2 head of cabbage, shredded 3 large carrots, shredded 4-5 green onions, chopped 1/2 […]
Peanut Butter Broccoli Ramen - A Easy to prepare and cost effective disaster Food. Ramen noodles and peanut butter. Both ingredients travel well and require no refrigeration and you only need a few cups of water to make the dish. Peanut Butter Broccoli Ramen reviewed by TDC on October 9, 2015 rated 3.7 of 5
Dutch Oven Hotcakes - Dutch Oven Hotcakes are a easy survival food for used in a disaster or emergency. Its an easy way to cook some tasty chow with little fuel and simple ingredients. Ingredients 1 cup cornmeal 2 teaspoons baking powder 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt 1 egg (or powdered eggs) 3/4 cup water 1/2 cup fresh or thawed […]