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OAUSA Net - August 8, 2019 Breakfast in the Outdoors

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Post by Hmfigueroa » Tue Aug 06, 2019 12:55 pm

Everyone who knows Outdoor Adventure USA knows how much we love great food in the Outdoors. We all know the best way to start a day on the trail is with a great breakfast meal.

Join us this week as some of us share our favorite recepies and tips for a great breakfast in the outdoors.

Be sure to drop some of your favorite breakfast meals and tasty ideas.
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Re: OAUSA Net - August 8, 2019 Breakfast in the Outdoors

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Post by Hmfigueroa » Wed Aug 07, 2019 2:40 pm

Breakfast Tacos
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Breakfast Chorizo Tacos and Quesadilla
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Eggs, Chorizo Sausage, Onions, Corn Tortillas

Whenever you cook eggs it will always need lubrication. Butter, oil, or cooking spray usually works the best. This ensures your eggs will not stick to your pan (even nonstick) and a quick cleanup; especially on a morning meal so you can get on with your day.

On with the preparation hit the pan or griddle with 1-2 sprays of cooking spray and place over medium heat. squeeze off a 2-3 ounce ball of chorizo per person and flatten into a patty. You can adjust the spice by varying the amount used. Don’t worry it is not a hot spice, it is a flavor spice.
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Cook Chorizo until it begins to dry
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Cook chorizo until it just begins to dry. Add diced onion or potato leftover from dinner last night.
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Add Onion, Potato, use stuff left over from the dinner before.
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Drain off any excess oil or blot with a paper towel. Add 2 large eggs per person and scramble together with the chorizo, onions, and potato.
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Eggs, two large per person scrambled
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As egg mixture begins to dry remove from heat and cover.

Whenever you cook tortillas you will get better flavor when cooking them up a bit. A common mistake is taking it from the package and just wrapping it.
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Warm Tortillas and Fill
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Warm tortillas on hot griddle or pan until they just begin to brown. Fill with egg mixture and enjoy. You can moisten the tortillas with water for more tender tortillas, also help to transfer heat to the tortillas.


To get a nice fill-up heat up corn tortillas and melt some shredded cheese (blend, jack, mozzarella, or cheddar any nice melting cheese).
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Cheese Quesadilla
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Quesdillas are a great quick snack with great stick to your ribs qualities. To get a nice fill-up heat up corn tortillas and melt some shredded cheese (blend, jack, mozzarella, or cheddar any nice melting cheese). Flip frequently so as to not burn the tortilla, this is a basic snack. You can always add your favorite meat ( steak, chicken, etc.)
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Re: OAUSA Net - August 8, 2019 Breakfast in the Outdoors

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Post by Hmfigueroa » Wed Aug 07, 2019 3:16 pm

Huevos Rancheros
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Rancher Style Eggs
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Ingredients:
  • Eggs
  • Your Favorite Salsa
  • Cheese
  • Corn Tortillas
Heat a few tablespoons of cooking oil in a pan over medium heat.
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A few tablespoons of oil over medium heat.
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Lightly brown tortillas until they lightly crisp up, try not to make it too hard. It helps to spoon some of the hot oil over the tortilla as it cooks to speed things up.
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Drain on a paper towel and sprinkle with cheese.
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Remove from oil and drain on a paper towel, try to keep it warm, I like to give it a little shredded cheese blanket. Immediately begin to fry an egg for each tortilla in the same hot oil. This is a quick process again spoon hot oil over the egg as it cooks and you may want to give your eggs a flip for the last ten seconds, (over easy style) or just cook it one sided (Sunny Side Up).
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a quick process, be ready with everything you need.
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Gently top your tortillas with your freshly fried egg and top with your favorite warmed salsa. I also sprinkle a little cheese over the top as well.
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Rancher Style Eggs
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Enjoy your Huevos Rancheros with the luxurious runny egg yolk, creamy egg white, crispy tortilla, and gooey cheese, all topped with flavorful salsa. It is always a great start to your day.
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Re: OAUSA Net - August 8, 2019 Breakfast in the Outdoors

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Post by KAP » Wed Aug 07, 2019 9:33 pm

Always practice proper hygiene when cooking outdoors.
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Water, soap, wipes and hand sanitizer will ensure food borne illnesses are eliminated.
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Breakfast is one of the highlights of my trips with OAUSA.
I will post some of my own recipes, but also some from the group as I have tried to document the meals and also the process.
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This breakfast spread is typical for meals during on OAUSA outing.
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It seams we always have to plan for and around Saturday trail runs and breakfast takes some planning.

The first Breakfast meal on the list has become very popular and is what I like to call the JackWich. Thanks to Jack KK6WXQ with help from others. It really is quite a production with multiple griddles going at once. The added benefit of a breakfast sandwich is it can be taken on our trail runs.

Jack will fill you in on the prep details.
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The JackWich
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Traditional egg prep.
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Multiple cook surfaces are beneficial when cooking for a large group.
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We use aluminum pans with coals underneath to keep food warm. We need to make 20 or more sandwiches
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The next dish on the list is French Toast. Quick and easy to prepare for a large group. Accompany with bacon or sausage for a great start to a busy day.
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Plan ahead for the equipment and ingredients required.
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Dutch oven cream cheese and jam turnovers.
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Turnovers can be made with a variety of fillings. Breakfast, lunch or dinner as well.
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Grands biscuit dough, cream cheese and you favorite jam. Simply stretch out the biscuit, add the cream cheese and jam. Fold over and brush with butter. Cook in a 350 degree oven for about 20 minutes.
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Bread Pudding- this was cooked in my new Camp Chef combo oven and cook top. I really wanted the ability to bake a variety of menu items in a 9”x 13” pan.

The recipe is as follows:
To make both dishes I started with 1 1/4 loaves of white, Artisan bread. I used 6 large eggs, 1 cup of half & half, 1/2 cup raisins, 1 cup sugar or stevia. Fold the diced bread to the other mixed ingredients.
I then split up the bread mixture and added the juice of one lemon along with the zest, blueberries to one batch. The other received 1 cup chopped pecans, Carmel drizzle
In the middle and again on top.

Cook about 45 minutes until it is set firm. Enjoy.
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Bread pudding cooked in 8”x 8” pans.
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Carmel pecan bread pudding. This one will receive a couple shots of pecan flavored bourbon at BorregoFest.
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Lemon blueberry bread pudding
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Re: OAUSA Net - August 8, 2019 Breakfast in the Outdoors

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Post by lrsrngr » Wed Aug 07, 2019 9:57 pm

KK6CTT for the online forum check in. Glad to be back!

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Re: OAUSA Net - August 8, 2019 Breakfast in the Outdoors

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Post by KAP » Wed Aug 07, 2019 11:41 pm

This dish is courtesy of Warren, KK6OJR.
The Mountain Man or Cowboy Breakfast includes hash browns, a variety of vegetables along with many eggs, sausage and topped with cheese.
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Warren is the master of multitasking and cooks this Dutch oven meal right next to his HF radio.
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Post by KAP » Wed Aug 07, 2019 11:54 pm

Dave and Hector treated the group to a very special breakfast.
Eggs Benedict!!!

They both made their own Hollandaise sauces but the real winners were the people lucky enough to make it to breakfast on Friday morning. This is why I always arrive on Thursday!
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Perfect Eggs Benedict. Even while camping.
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Dave doesn’t usually look this serious. He is just protecting his investment. They were truly amazing!
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The first batch were kept warm in the camp oven.
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Dave and Hector also teamed up to set up one of the finest camp kitchens you will see this side of a cattle drive.
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Multiple stoves, prep stations and a wash station. Perfect for our large group.
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Post by KAP » Thu Aug 08, 2019 12:10 am

Genuine Cinnabon’s

Dave brought them. We ate them.
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Simply heat and serve fresh.
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Re: OAUSA Net - August 8, 2019 Breakfast in the Outdoors

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Post by KAP » Thu Aug 08, 2019 12:25 am

Toms Dutch Oven Donut
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Grands biscuits, fried in oil with cinnamon and sugar. The Best!
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John KM6FXI making pancakes with an old school hand mixer
at 9000’. Papoose Flats.
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Re: OAUSA Net - August 8, 2019 Breakfast in the Outdoors

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