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Thanks to everyone below for sharing your recipes. They look great!
Beef & Italian sausage in an Italian-style Bolognese sauce served over Penne pasta. Shared by Katherine Phillips.
Curried Salmon Salad Sandwich
A tasty high-protein sandwich for lunch. Shared by Erika Klimecky.
Pretty easy. Mix up some Bisquick, wrap around the end of a stick and cook over a campfire. Shared by Scott H.
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.
Boiled ramen noodles and spices added to a foil pouch of salmon for easy cleanup. Shared by Paul Rizzo.
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.
Thai Curry Chicken that's easy to prepare and glutten-free. Shared by Tucson Damselfly.
Chicken in a Penang tomato sauce served with rice. Shared by Tassie.
Coconut Ginger Rice is a tasty, spicy Thai treat based on Tom Ka Gai soup. Shared by RollingStone.
Dehydrated red beans, ham and rice with Cajun seasoning. Shared by Poet.Mr. Dog's Chili Corn
A vegetarian chili recipe that is adaptable for meat eaters.
Hearty chili served over spaghetti and topped with onions and cheddar cheese.
Gluten Free Chili with Quinoa. Shared by Tucson Damselfly.
A quick and delicious backpacking version of a classic meal!
Sloppy Joes for the trail. Dried at home and rehydrated on the trail. Shared by Chef Russ.
Beefy trail tacos with salsa and cheese. Shared by Tracy Stewart.
A hardy Mexican-style chili served in tortilla wraps. Shared by PasnThru.
Make a meatloaf bark with rice. Shared by Chris Tarricone.
Classic Knockwurst and Sauerkraut made easy for backpackers. Shared by Chef Russ.
Easy, gourmet tasting salmon dish with coconut milk sauce, peas and carrots, and dill. Shared by Heather Kelly
Easy Clam Chowder is one of Shelley Lauzon's best backpacking recipes.
A hearty Clam Sauce Fettuccine dish that WILL attract EVERY Grizz in a 5 mile radius. Shared by Mephistus.
Cheesy Broccoli Quiche Recipe cooked in an Outback Oven. Shared by Shelley Lauzon.
Rice, beans and vegetables in cheddar cheese sauce. Shared by Chef Melanie.
A classic succotash recipe with a little extra heat. Shared by Michael Pinkerton.
New Potatoes, Veggies and Black Beans with a Zesty Italian Dressing. Shared by Dawat.
Bake some Flat Bread on the Trail. Shared by Shelley Lauzon.
Chicken Soupish made thick with Potato Bark. Shared by Chris Turner.
Justin's Stuffed Pepper Soup, Paul's Quick Backpack Chili, Leslie's Thai Pumpkin Carrot Soup and more.
Flour tortillas filled with scrambled eggs, cheese, meat, couscous or potatoes. Shared by Jim Hewitt.
A hearty backpacker's breakfast to start the day. Shared by John B.
Salmon and eggs with veggies. Shared by Heather Kelly.
Canned biscuits with sugar and cinnamon cooked in foil over the campfire. Shared by Mark S. Leathers.
4-Ounce breakfast bars with 400 calories. One batch makes 30 servings. Shared by PasnThru.
Bannock or heavy pancake recipe. Shared by Tony Aben.
The "Crunch" is an easy, no-cook recipe packed full of all the good stuff for breakfast to get your day started right. Shared by Megan Figura.
Instant Oatmeal, plus... Shared by Julie S.
Cooks up like a pancake on the trail with white or brown chocolate chips. Shared by Tory from Monroe, NC
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.
A Bisquick or pie crust base topped with warm fruit and toasted oatmeal. Frying pan required. Shared by Brian McGregor.
Hot Apple Cobbler baked in an Outback Oven or reflector oven. Shared by Shelley Lauzon.
Enjoy warm applesauce on the trail made from applesauce leather. Shared by Heather Kelly.
Laurie's Sweet Potato-Cranberry Fruit Leather.
Instant Pudding in a bag. Shared by Julie S.
Thanks again to everyone who has shared their best backpacking recipes. They sound great!