Smooth and tasty outdoor cooking, how to

The savior in distress

When it comes to easy and tasty, meet one of our saviors.

For 4 people you need:
Spirit stove
2 bags of powdered soup, for us the favorite is broccoli and cheese
1 jar of corn
2 dl instant macaroni
Water, for a luxury version - add some milk powder for extra cream.

Mix water and powdered soups. Bring to the boil. Pour in instant macaroni and simmer for 3 minutes. Add the corn and voila, the food is ready.

Swedish Krabbelurer

So simple and yet so tasty. Child-friendly outdoor food that works both as on its own or for dessert on the soup. We have taken the recipe from fredriksfika, which is a favorite for sweet recipes. 

1 cup sugar
4.5 cups wheat flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 teaspoons vanilla sugar
1 pinch salt
2 eggs
1.5 cups milk
+ butter for frying 

Mix powdered sugar, wheat flour, baking powder, vanilla sugar and salt in a bowl and add eggs and milk. Stir smoothly. Pour the batter into a jar. Bring to the plate on a pan over fire or fry directly on the frying pan of the trangia kitchen. Think of a heat-resistant glove as the handle will be really hot and also bring a good spoon to scoop up the batter with. We usually serve with a squezzy jam tube that is easy to take with or liquid honey. Yummie!

Marschmallows barbeque

Is it even food? Maybe not, but it can be the world's simplest and best reward to get the kids to hike all the way to the camp. Finishing the food by barbequing marshmallows over an open fire is also very cozy and good for us adults, waiting for the coffee to boil. If you want to make your marshmallows a swedish fika, squeeze it between two bisquites like Mariekex.

Tuna pasta

When you are not hiking that far but can get a little heavier food in the pack, we can warmly recommend this outdoor food that fits nicely on Trangia storm kitchen:

1 can of tuna in oil
1 small jar of capers
1 small pack of olives
1 pack of crushed tomatoes
Optional pasta for four people

Pour crushed tomato into the large saucepan, fill the package with water a couple of times and pour the water into the saucepan so you geet both water in the saucepan and a clean package. Top with pasta as long as it is covered with water and crushed tomato. Turn on the Trangia kitchen and bring to boil, do not forget to stir sometimes. When the pasta starts to soften, pour in the tuna, olives and capers and stir and simmer for a few more minutes.

Stick bread

Stick bread does not have to be a sooty lump of dough on a stick. Instead, we usually use the frying pan in the trangia kitchen. 

The dough is easiest to prepare at home, mix the ingredients into a smooth, slightly tough dough and take with you in a lunch box. Form small flat rounds and fry in the frying pan over a spirit kitchen for a couple of minutes per side. Spread on butter and a little jam and eat while the bread is warm, and you have a real delicacy out in nature.

It is also fine to wrap the dough around a sausage and fry together in the pan. 


4 dl flour 

1.5 dl water 

0.75 teaspoons salt 

2 krm baking powder