Monday, July 7, 2014

Campfire Scrambled Eggs Recipe


Campfire Scrambled Eggs














Summer and camping. No two things seem to fit better! Whether it's family backpacking trips, Boy Scout camp adventures, or simple overnight fishing trips, we can all agree that summertime is, well, camping time!

If there is anything I love more than camping, it would have to be campfire food! Whether it's roasting marshmallows, baking up warm tin foil dinners, or even just grilling a thick steak over an open flame, there's something about that smokey taste, combined with the outdoors, that makes everything right in the world. Prepare that food in a Dutch Oven or Cast Iron Skillet, and, well, you've got a meal that rivals even the finest four star tasting cuisine.

Today's recipe is everything you love in campfire food! Using our versatile Ova Easy Egg Crystals, combined with our Freeze Dried Ham, Bell Peppers, Corn, and Onions, then topped with our delicious, smokey tasting Bacon TVP, we've cooked up a tent-side breakfast that will wake up even the sleepiest lumberjack! Grab your cast iron skillet, it's time to make some Campfire Scrambled Eggs!

Ingredients:
3/4 cup Honeyville Ova Easy Egg Crystals + 1 cup Water
2 Tbsp Butter

Directions:
First, prepare your eggs.

Egg Crystals











To do this, add egg crystals and water to a large bowl and whisk until completely combined.

Re-hydrated Ham











Re-hydrate your ham, corn, onion, and bell peppers, by soaking them separately in bowls until soft, then draining any excess liquid.

Campfire Eggs Ingredients











Add corn, onions, bell peppers, ham, and TVP to eggs and mix evenly.

Melted Butter in Skillet











Prepare your skillet by melting butter over medium heat.

Eggs Scrambling in Skillet











Add egg mixture and stir until scrambled eggs begin to form.

Bell Peppers in Eggs











Once eggs begin to scramble, add bell peppers and onions, and continue mixing until eggs are completely cooked.

Serve warm.

Ham and Eggs











These eggs are exactly what you're looking for in a campfire breakfast! The ham and bacon TVP infuse the eggs with a smokey, delicious taste. The bell peppers and onion give additional flavor, while the corn helps to give some sweetness, as well as make the meal full and hearty. What's even better is that this meal cooks up in just minutes. You can have warm, soft, delicious scrambled eggs prepared and ready to go before your campers are even awake!

Scrambled Eggs











Summertime is camping time, and with eggs like this, why wouldn't you want to head to the great outdoors?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Just wondering if this could be made with scrambled eggs (that are cooked) in a myler bag that seals. I am looking for recipes that can be reheated like Mountain House has in bags that don't need to be cooked on the trail. I am Jewish and diabetic so I prefer to make my own meals that also are not loaded with salt.