Pulled Pork takes a standard like mac & cheese up a couple of notches on the flavor spectrum. This is one of my favorite meals for backpacking!
Instant mashed potatoes are an easy to make meal for backpacking. No cooking on the stove is required, so this recipe is great for those who just want to add boiling water to a meal and will be ready to eat in 10 minutes or less.
Instant oatmeal is easy enough to make, but doesn’t keep me fueled for very long, so I add almonds, hemp seeds and milk powder for protein and freeze-dried blueberries and raspberries for flavor.
Chicken Piccata is one of my favorite Italian meals that I make at home. I adapted the recipe to make it work using dehydrated and freeze-dried ingredients, and it’s now my favorite backpacking meal.
Using a store-bought stuffing mix, I added chicken and vegetables to make a fully-rounded meal for backpacking.
Coconut milk powder and dried red curry spices make it possible to have Thai food in the backcountry.
An Italian-style pasta dish is enhanced with sun-dried tomatoes and pine nuts. Good enough to eat at home!
Use dehydrated Thai Jasmine rice and a good quality curry powder to make this Asian-style dish.
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