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Do you find most backpacking recipes to be dull? I do, and that's why I came up with some interesting, tasty meals to take on the road, which gives joy to your taste buds and eliminate the monotony of the same bland foods day after day. Here are five easy recipes that make eating something while backpack to enjoy, and no longer tolerate.

Mini Pizzas

These are easy to use English muffins, a packet of pizza sauce and cheese. English muffins can be packed in tin foil, while the pizza sauce can be put into a plastic container, and cheese in a zip lock bag. When you are ready for this meal simply add the pizza sauce and cheese on English muffin surface and wrapped in tin foil. In order to avoid the cheese adhere to the tin foil, they lose at the top. These can be cooked on top of a stove, or leave in the sun for an hour or so, only long enough to melt the cheese. Other ingredients such as onions, mushrooms, black olives or can be added for a more tasty variety of ingredients.

Biscuits & Gravy

The cookies can be made at home. I pack a water bottle with a large opening at the top as it saves space. The mix of salsa is easy to pack since most come in powder form that can be placed in a Ziploc bag. I think the mixes only need water added, but you can find one that you need milk, and bring a bit of powdered milk. When you are ready for this food can head a little water and mix the sauce and pour about cookies. The cookies should not be reheated, since heat of the sauce. You may also bring packets of jelly and use any leftover biscuits as dealing with jelly spread them.

Tagliatelle with mushrooms

There are many varieties of mushrooms that are sold in dry form. These can be purchased at most grocery stores and an assortment of wild package can provide a wonderful variety of flavors. The noodles can be of any type, but I think flat varieties more efficient space and durability. Aside from the noodles and mushrooms, a couple of tablespoons of butter and salt and pepper are needed. The need for dried mushrooms to soak for a couple of hours before cooking. The liquid used to soak them is reused to cook the noodles in After the noodles are cooked, they must be mostly sewage, with a small amount of liquid left in Add the mushrooms, butter, salt and pepper. Another great contribution is a bit of parmesan cheese sprinkled on top.

Backpacking recipes that do not require cooking

Pita with hummus

This is a fast, filling and versatile food. Pita can be found in most grocery stores, and are ideal for packing since they are flat and compact. Hummus is great because it provides a lot of protein and flavor, and can be purchased in powder form, which adds water to reconstitute it. The humus can spread inside the bag of pita and cucumbers and olives can be added to enhance flavors.

Tuna tortillas

This is a great food that is easy to do. The tuna can be bought in a bag. Sweet taste must be packaged in a packaging plastic test and mixed with the tuna during the preparation of this meal. The tuna and sauce mixture is heated and served on top of a small tortilla. A slice of cheese Cheddar cheese can be put on the tuna, and melts a little heat from it. The tortilla can be folded in half or roll. This is surprisingly tasting good and very filling.

While there are many more ideas for delicious recipes with a backpack, this is an example of how simple and delicious cuisine to the country again can be. Enjoy!

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Sarah J Holt writes for The Ultralight Backpacking Site. To get the ebook “Ultralight Backpacking Secrets (And Wilderness Survival Tips)” for FREE, as well as photos, gear recommendations, and a new wilderness survival section, visit: http://www.The-Ultralight-Site.com

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