Share your best backpacking recipes with BackpackingChef.com readers.
I will publish your recipes and index them on this page with credit to you as my Guest Chef.
Share breakfast, lunch, supper, or dessert recipes. Let's see your best creations such as Squidbilly's Wife's Jamaican Jerk Chicken shown at right.
Thanks to everyone below for sharing your recipes. They look great!
Thai Curry with Rice Noodles. Spicy and easy to make. Enjoy hot or cold. Shared by Cheryl.
Tom Ka Gai Rice & Chicken. A spicy Thai meal based on Tom Ka Gai soup with coconut ginger rice. Shared by RollingStone.
Chicken, mushrooms, veggies, melted cheese with couscous. Shared by Tom.
A vegetarian option instead of using ground beef or turkey. Shared by Calla's Dad.
A hearty Red Lentil Indian flavored meal. Zondra dries her Indian Dal into bark and serves it with vegetables and rice. Shared by Zondra Skertich.Pineapple-Ginger Rice
Easy rice recipe makes a tasty side or add ham to make a meal. Shared by Margo D.
Beef & Italian sausage in an Italian-style Bolognese sauce served over Penne pasta. Shared by Katherine Phillips.
A dehydrated vegetarian spaghetti sauce made with lots of cheese, meat substitutes, and spices. Shared by Lance "CreakyKnees" Delo.
Classic Italian Chicken Cacciatore over noodles. Shared by Chris Tarricone.
Chicken Carbonara is an Italian cream sauce based dish which includes pasta, pancetta(bacon), a creamy Alfredo sauce and chicken. Shared by RollingStone.
Chicken, Rice, & Beans with Jamaican Jerk Seasoning & Coconut Milk. My hubby's favorite backpacking meal! Shared by Squidbilly's Wife.
Chicken in a Penang tomato sauce served with rice. Shared by Tassie.
Dehydrated red beans, ham and rice with Cajun seasoning. Shared by Poet.
Mr. Dog's Chili Corn, Tucson Damselfly's Gluten Free Chili with Quinoa, Cram's 4-Way Chili.
A wild game or lean beef stir fry meal cooked and dehydrated at home with quick prep on trail. Shared by Mephitus.
Dehydrated shredded beef and vegetables with rice noodles. Prepared on the trail in a cook-in bag. Shared by Tuscon Damselfly.
A quick and delicious stroganoff meal with rice instead of noodles.
Beefy trail tacos with salsa and cheese. Shared by Tracy Stewart.Meatloaf & Rice
Make a meatloaf bark with rice. Shared by Chris Tarricone.
A hearty trail meal of Knockwurst sausage and cabbage. Shared by Chef Russ.
Shelly's Salmon Cakes, Paul's Spicy Salmon & Noodles, Heather's Smoked Salmon Chowder.
Clam Chowder recipe shared by Shelley Lauzon and Fettuccine Alfredo with Clams shared by Mephistus.
Cheesy Broccoli Quiche Recipe cooked in an Outback Oven. Shared by Shelley Lauzon.
A classic succotash recipe with a little extra heat. Shared by Michael Pinkerton.
Spam, salsa, onions, cheddar cheese in tortillas wrapped in foil. Shared by Shelley Lauzon.
Justin's Stuffed Pepper Soup, Paul's Quick Backpack Chili, Leslie's Thai Pumpkin Carrot Soup, Chris' Chicken Soup and more.
Dawat's Foil Wrapped Veggie Dinner, Scott's Stick Bread. There's a form on this page to share campfire recipes and tips.
You don't always need to pull out the pot and stove for a trail lunch, especially on shorter trips where perishable foods like bread and cheese will keep for a few days and overall backpacking food weight is not as big of a consideration.
If you have a favorite trail lunch idea to share, or to read some ideas already shared such as Erika's Curried Salmon Salad Sandwich, Longskirt's Turkey BBQ Sandwich, PasnThru's Beef & Bean Burritos, and Sloppy Joes by Chef Russ click here:
P.S. These recipes are great for dinner, too!
4-Ounce breakfast bars with 400 calories. One batch makes 30 servings. Shared by PasnThru.
A great collection of recipes that use fresh (heavy) ingredients and/or require a frying pan: John's Canadian Hash Browns, Heather's Salmon Scramble, Jim's Breakfast Burritos, Shelley's Flat Bread, Tony's Cinnamon Breakfast Bannock, Tory's Chocolate Chip Plopcake, Brian's Apple Crumble and Megan's Banana Crunch Breakfast.
Shelley Lauzon shares her Outback Oven Recipes.
Easy to heat up, one-pot dessert with Graham crackers and brown sugar. Shared by Front Row.
Apples, banana, dates, coconut, flax seeds, oats, Rice Krispies, honey and more squeezed and dried into a high-energy and nutritious trail snack. Nice photos. Shared by Al Rutherford.
Lots of fruity concoctions shared by readers. Turn fruit leather into fruit pudding with hot or cold water or eat it as a snack while hiking.
Thanks again to everyone who has shared their best backpacking recipes. They sound great!