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Camping Recipes and camping app
« on: March 07, 2012, 10:06:16 AM »
I know many of you enjoy camping and have some great recipes and ideas, so I have decided to make a Camping app for Android phones. It will be free and will start with recipes and you will be credited for your recipe if you wish. The recipe will need to have a name something like; Stuart's Spicy Potatoes or whatever you like and laid out in traditional recipe fashion, ingredients and then method. Your name will appear at the bottom of the recipe.

I would like to do at least 50 or 100 would be better.

It will be an ongoing project with many other items added including Google maps for navigation and camping tips etc.

Many people have helped me since I started camping and is the inspiration behind this app, I will also create a duplicate for the iPhone when I have learnt the code, but it all takes time.

If you can help with this it would be really cool, apps are the way forward for me in my work and creating more of them can only help in my development of them. I will of course put an swk link or advert on as well, can talk about that later. :)

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2012, 10:47:39 AM »
Sarahs spicy stew!!
1  large tin of Corned Beef
 1 tin of Baked Beans,
1 tin of butterbeans
 1 tin of Oxtail Soup or muligatawny  if you like it spicy
 1 tin of sweetcorn, bung it all in one pan and warm up,
 I add Hendersons relish,  in the kids bowls but tabasco in mine!!
you can use worcester sauce,
 serve with bread or make instant potatoes

Yummy! Xx

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2012, 02:22:28 PM »
could you add the local numbers for take a ways that deliver to your tent please  Stuart  as i would find that very handy  ;D
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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #3 on: March 07, 2012, 03:16:41 PM »
Thanks Sarah, I will add a screenshot when it's ready just doing the layout first. Do you have a picture by any chance? something I forgot to ask.

L&F yes it could be done :), I am going to add Google maps and will have locators on it, I won't bore you with technical stuff but it will basically pinpoint you on a map then you simply search the area.

I have done the grid and will add pictures as I go.

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2012, 03:32:13 PM »
I haven't Stuart but I'll get one in next few weeks lol xx
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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #5 on: March 07, 2012, 07:06:28 PM »
Sarahs spicy stew!!

Yummy! Xx


Meanwhile, I will be cooking it - sounds fab  ;D
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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #6 on: March 07, 2012, 08:19:40 PM »
Make sure you take a picture! ;D
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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #7 on: March 07, 2012, 10:05:04 PM »
Sally's Paella  - recipe taken and adapted from Jamie Oliver.

• 1 boneless chicken breasts cubed
• sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
• olive oil
• 20g chorizo, sliced
• 1 slices pancetta or streaky bacon
• 1/2 onion, finely chopped
• 1 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
•  2 cups chicken stock
• pinch of saffron or tumeric
• 1/2 heaped teaspoon smoked paprika
• 1 cup of paella rice
•  parsley,
• 2 handfuls various veg
• 4 king prawns

Season the chicken pieces and dust with flour buy putting all in a bag and shaking. Heat a little olive oil in a large deep pan and fry the chicken until cooked and remove.

Put the pan back on the heat. Add the sliced chorizo and pancetta or bacon and fry until browned and crispy. Then add the onion and garlic and cook until soft. Add the smoked paprika, rice, saffron and  stock and leave to cook on a medium heat, stirring from time to time.

After 20 minutes the rice should be nearly cooked. At this point, pour in the rest of the stock along with the peas, prawns. Place a lid on the pan and cook for 10 minutes more.

Finally, add the cooked chicken and serve sprinkled with chopped parsley (and a wedge of lemon, for those who glamp!).


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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #8 on: March 08, 2012, 09:26:26 PM »
Way to go stuart

need some one pot or frying pan recipes as i can't cook for toffee

Camping mag had alist of apps in March issue - they included one for cooking :-

the coleman camping cookbook and meal planner (iOS Free - not sure what iOS is but presume its related to i phone and thus not on android - technology i'll get there oneday)

said its a bit american but who knows maybe we will see your new app listed next year !

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #9 on: March 08, 2012, 10:47:50 PM »
Arrival Night Spaghetti Bolognaise

This is my staple for a camp-site arrival night.  It can be prepared in advance by up to a month.  I'm going to assume that you know how much food you and your family will eat, how much onion/garlic etc you like.  For me and my kids at the moment this meal costs me about £5.00 (very economically priced pasta costs far less than expensive pasta, same for tinned tomatoes and if you grow your own veggies then this will cost far less and after a day of travelling and time putting up a tent, meeting and greeting and getting set up you'll be happy of something good to eat whatever the cost....)

Ingredients:
Steak Mince or Quorn Mince
Beef Oxo cube OR Star Anise (only Star Anise if you are vegetarian, Star Anise or Beef Oxo cube if you are using the steak mince)
Tinned Toms
Half a red onion
Garlic to taste
Tomato puree
Oregano (fresh or dried)
Worcestershire sauce (if not vegetarian/vegan)
Salt and pepper to taste

Pasta of choice

Two freezable containers if doing this up to one month in advance

Optional extras from home or bought on the way to the campsite:
Ripe avocado
Salad
Bread

Method:

Brown off your meat/lightly fry the Quorn in a little oil and then add your choice of seasoning.  For the MEAT use EITHER Star Anise or Oxo.  For Quorn just use Star Anise.  Don't add the Star Anise for long, maybe a minute at most and then take it out.

Now add your finely chopped red onion.  I mean finely chopped, not big chunks.  Once that's cooked down a bit add the amount of garlic that you like, again finely chopped.

Cook for a couple of minutes and then add a squeeze of tomato puree.  Cook it off for a few seconds then open your tin of tomatoes.  You can do what you usually do but this is what I do - strain the tomato juice into the hot pan and stir as this hits the heat.  Then I take a knife and finely chop the tomatoes in the tin, so that there are no big lumps.  Once that's done add it to the pan.

Give it a stir and add some oregano to taste, and a splash of Worcestershire Sauce.  Salt and pepper to taste.

Cook for 10 minutes.

In the meantime, or now if you've not thought about it, put some water on to boil and cook your pasta until it's al dente.

Turn everything off, drain the pasta and let both pans cool (unless you're cooking this on-site, in which case give the kids a shout and get it served up).

I now put the pasta into one freezable container, and the sauce into another.  If you are not going camping NOW put the containers into the freezer and don't forget to take them with you on the big day.  If you are going camping tomorrow put them in the fridge (and again, don't forget to take them with you.

One the day of the journey put the containers in your vehicle and drive to the campsite.  On the way (if you need/want to), buy bread and salad (I like to add some avocado but that's entirely up to you).

Once your tent is up, you've acquainted yourself with the site and you know where your children and corkscrew and wine are, get the kettle on.  If you have two rings you're laughing - put the sauce into a pan and get it heated up whilst at the same time getting your water boiled.
Open your bottle of wine and pour a glass....
Once the water is boiled pour the water (carefully) onto your pre-cooked pasta (still in its container), and hopefully by now your sauce has been bubbling for a bit too.

Prepare your salad, tear the bread and get the table set.  Drain the pasta, call the kids, put pasta onto plates, add the sauce, put the salad somewhere suitable, stick the bread in the middle of the table and enjoy.

If you have one ring.....boil the water first, then put it aside, then put your sauce into a pan and get that heated up.  Pour wine and drink at leisure....
Once the sauce is hot take it off the heat and put a lid on (if it's not on already).  Put the kettle back on the heat and bring it to the boil, once boiling pour the water onto the cooked pasta and this only takes 30 seconds to warm up.  drain the pasta.  Plate it, call the kids, add the hot sauce to the pasta, and serve with salad and bread.

(Sorry, that's a lot of words for what is a really simple meal, especially if prepared in advance because of course you can cook it on site if you prefer).

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #10 on: March 09, 2012, 07:05:30 AM »
I often take spag bol prepared but I just chuck the pasta in with the bolognese to heat it to together  ;D

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #11 on: March 09, 2012, 11:32:46 AM »
I often take spag bol prepared but I just chuck the pasta in with the bolognese to heat it to together  ;D

My kids won't eat it like that  ::) ;D
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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #12 on: March 09, 2012, 12:27:12 PM »
Spaghetti is the simplest way to go - quick, hot, yummy.

The (admittedly minor) problem with making a Bolognese sauce (or any other substantial one) is that the sauce needs to be heated, and you might need 2 pans. 
As an alternative, how about either:
Spaghetti Aglio, Olio e Peperoncino (Spaghetti with Garlic, Olive Oil & Chili Peppers) or Spaghetti with Pesto.
Both are dead easy to do, and ideal for camping - one pan, so not much washing up, and taste just as good (if not better) than they would do at home if you had no restrictions on the equipment you could use.


1. Spaghetti Aglio, Olio e Peperoncino.

Ingredients
dried spaghetti
5 Tbsp. good quality extra-virgin olive oil  (Aldi's is good value)
5-6 cloves of garlic,
1 dried small red chilli pepper – seeded and minced (or 1 tsp. dried chili pepper flakes)
salt
(optional toppings: grated parmesan and chopped fresh parsley)


Preparation beforehand:
none (well, ok go and buy the ingredients). 

Instructions.
Pour, and sample, Pimms (prepared beforehand)

Cook the spaghetti in a big pan until it's al dente (don't overcook it), and drain it.

Whilst it's cooking, grate the Parmesan (you could do this beforehand) but you should have plenty of time to do it whilst the pasta is cooking, and chop up the chilli.

Just before draining the pasta, finish Pimms so that you have room in your glass for wine.  I recommend a Primotivo (same as Zinfandel [red, NOT 'white']) for this dish.

Once you've drained the pasta, put olive oil in pan, when it's hot crush garlic into oil, throw in chillis, cook for a couple of minutes (don't let the garlic burn).  Take pan off heat, throw pasta back into pan, stir and serve.

Simples.


2.  Spaghetti with Pesto

Ingredients
dried spaghetti
pesto (can be from a jar, but home-made is sssssssoooo much better (see below)
optional toppings: grated parmesan or chopped fresh parsley)


Preparation beforehand:
Make pesto:
It's just so easy to make - all you need to do is to whizz together, in a blender:
2 cups fresh basil leaves, (must be fresh - Tescos sells basil plants, which are what I use)
1/2 cup freshly grated Parmesan
1/3 cup pine nuts
a little salt (you can add more later)
1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
If you are going to use it all within a few days, include 3 medium sized garlic cloves (minced or crushed beforehand)
Store it in an airtight container and that's it - easy peasy.
 
(If you want to keep some for a week or so, then leave out the garlic and add it later.)

 

Instructions.
Pour, and sample, Pimms (prepared beforehand)

Cook spaghetti

Finish Pimms; pour wine

Drain spaghetti, and add pesto to it.

Stir, put onto plate(s) and sprinkle any topping you have over it.

Even simpler!
« Last Edit: March 09, 2012, 12:28:53 PM by STH »
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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #13 on: March 09, 2012, 03:46:49 PM »
Whats wrong with mini boxes of cereal with milk poured straight in to the box for breakfast, chicken and mushroom pot noodle for lunch and then Chow Mein, curry or Bombay bad boy pot noodle for tea ??? ??? :).
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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #14 on: March 09, 2012, 04:37:00 PM »
Whats wrong with mini boxes of cereal with milk poured straight in to the box for breakfast, chicken and mushroom pot noodle for lunch and then Chow Mein, curry or Bombay bad boy pot noodle for tea ??? ??? :).

Fine for a weekend, by day 4 it starts to get a little routine. That's when I have to swap to a Beef & Tomato pot noodle  ;D

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #15 on: March 09, 2012, 05:47:14 PM »
Whats wrong with mini boxes of cereal with milk poured straight in to the box for breakfast, chicken and mushroom pot noodle for lunch and then Chow Mein, curry or Bombay bad boy pot noodle for tea ??? ??? :).

Absolutely nothing, Skittle - but Stuart did ask for recipes!

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #16 on: March 09, 2012, 06:07:50 PM »
Many thanks for your recipes and they all look great. Just to update you I have done most of the backend work and coding for the menu, so nothing exciting to see yet but the bares bones are pretty much finished.

The main menu will be something like:

Checklist (for all your camping bits)
Recipes (which is all looking great thank you)
Google Maps (searching, locator, where am I type thing, where did I put my Kelloggs Mini corn flakes)
Campsites
Caravan Sites
Holidays

Much of this will take quite a while, but the recipes once I build a template will be pretty straight forward and I can add all the great recipes.

Again thanks for your help and have a great weekend :)

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #17 on: March 09, 2012, 06:09:29 PM »
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Whats wrong with mini boxes of cereal with milk poured straight in to the box for breakfast, chicken and mushroom pot noodle for lunch and then Chow Mein, curry or Bombay bad boy pot noodle for tea   .

Absolutely nothing, Skittle - but Stuart did ask for recipes!

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For cereal open, add milk and eat.    For pot noodles add boiling water up to line, stir, allow to cool then eat. 
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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #18 on: March 10, 2012, 12:33:16 AM »
  For pot noodles add boiling water up to line, stir, allow to cool then eat.

Don't forget to put the little sachet of sauce in. I always forget that until afterwards, and then wonder if I've missed out on some wonderful flavour. I probably haven't, one day I will remember to put it in in time.

I haven't had a Pot Noodle for aaages now, camping wouldn't be the same without them  :)

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #19 on: March 10, 2012, 09:28:20 AM »
I haven't had a Pot Noodle for aaages now, camping wouldn't be the same without them  :)

Now I know why I don't camp..............
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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #20 on: March 11, 2012, 08:46:14 PM »
Good luck with this Stuart.

I'm pretty much in the Potnoodle camp but I do have a couple of recipes to share;

Campers Carbonara - serves 4

2 packets of pasta 'n' sauce macaroni cheese or ham and cheese pasta 'n' sauce (Bachelors etc)
1 packet of bacon lardons or a pack of streaky bacon
2 handfuls of sliced mushrooms or a tin of mushrooms
Fry light/ olive oil

Instructions:
Cook the pasta 'n 'sauce according to instructions and cover to keep warm,
Fry the bacon for a few mins and add the mushrooms and cook until the bacon is cooked through and the mushrooms are soft. If you are using tinned mushrooms, fry them off anyway to get rid of the water and give them some extra flavour.
Mix the bacon/mushroom mix with the pasta, heat through, serve with something green (my healthy eating rule) and enjoy.

Alternative
Use chicken and mushroom pasta 'n' sauce, a pack of cooked chicken breast and a tin of sweetcorn. Cook the pasta as directed, mix everything together and heat.

This one is a little like more like proper cooking:

Chickpea and Chorizo stew (serves 4)
100g chorizo
Tin of chickpeas
tin of chopped tomatoes (the garlic and herb ones or the chilli ones are good)
1 chopped red pepper (or whatever colour you like)
Tin of carrots
1 chopped onion
Fry light/olive oil
clove of garlic chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
1 tsp paprika

Instructions:
Saute the onion and garlic for a few mins until soft. Add the chorizo, chopped into chunks or slices, however you like it, and the pepper and fry for a few more mins. Add the tomatoes, chickpeas, paprika and carrots and cook until ready (no time inserted here because of the differences between stoves, but it will be around 15-20 mins I guess)
Serve with rice/ pasta/ something green/ crusty bread


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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #21 on: March 12, 2012, 07:17:17 AM »
....and of course when u are bored of pot noodles there's alwYs the local pizza delivery xx

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #22 on: March 12, 2012, 10:43:02 AM »
Or Chinese if you are starting to feel guilty about the lack of vegetables ;D

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #23 on: March 23, 2012, 01:35:36 PM »
Sweet potato fries

1 sweet potato, olive oil for frying, touch of sea salt to taste mmmmm

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #24 on: March 23, 2012, 01:40:16 PM »
long lasting dinner (tins)

Eather a tin of mince and gravy or stewed steak
tin of potatoes
tin of peas
tin of carrots

boil the potatoes for a short while, heat up the meat peas and carrots and add potatoes at the end.
fills a huge gap and something you can always have stocked ready

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #25 on: February 01, 2013, 11:12:39 AM »
Just wanted to pop on and say thanks to everyone that made a contribution. The app is now live on Google Play and Recipes have not been added yet as I have a bug, but they should be on before March at the latest.

Thanks again and the link to the app is:

 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.skoopish.camping&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS5za29vcGlzaC5jYW1waW5nIl0.

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Re: Camping Recipes and camping app
« Reply #26 on: February 07, 2013, 05:08:58 PM »
good for you - will look for it soon

 

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