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Friday, June 18, 2010

More Breakfast Burritos on the Campfire

This has to be the easiest campfire breakfast... even easier than campfire biscuits and gravy. :)












I brown some sausage and start frying a skillet of cubed potatoes, onions and garlic...





then I sit in my little rocker under a shade tree with a nice cup of camp coffee.....



when the potatoes have fried, I skooch them over and add a few eggs.....




I like to scramble the eggs separate to make sure they cook all the way through... (I'm not fond of runny eggs lol )




then mix the fried potato and onions with the scrambled eggs...





heat tortillas and everyone builds their own burrito....



I added cheese and salsa to mine....





It was quick and tasty!


18 comments:

Big Dude said...

Looks so good

Amy McPherson Sirk said...

Oh Yum! I wanna come visit. Will you feed me if I work really hard?

kirby said...

I went camping this week and spent lots of time with the dutch oven, potatoes, sausage, gravy and biscuits. Your trick with the pie pan biscuits rocked! Seriously girl, you are my Oprah!

Anonymous said...

How big are your irons?? And what kind of oil do you use to cook the taters and onions and garlic??

Paul B

cowgirl said...

Larry, it was pretty tasty. I might have been hungry though. Seems like everything tastes better over a campfire. :)

Thanks Larry!

cowgirl said...

lol Thanks Amy! I bet I'd feed ya without even making you work. lol

cowgirl said...

lol Hey Kirby! I'm glad the biscuits turned out well for ya! Hope you took a few camp pictures for your blog...I'm still enjoying the read. :)
Thanks!

cowgirl said...

Hi Bill!
I have a variety of CI, the one with potatoes is a 12 and the one with sausage is actually a lid for a CI pot. It's about 1 inch deep and I used it as a small skillet.

I used some veggie oil for the tatoes but brought some peanut oil for frying the fish.

I use the same CI in my house kitchen.. I love the stuff. :)

Chez said...

all those fishing poles, and you're frying sausage? wassup up with that? (g)

cowgirl said...

lol Chez... you know I fried up a few fish while there... I couldn't resist! :)

Frugal Canadian Hermit said...

Excellent Jeanie. I'm gonna have to do this one sometime. Lookin good.

cowgirl said...

Hey Mark! They aren't as easy as meat on a stick but close. :)
Hope you try them sometime...
Thanks!

Jimmy said...

Wow, I want some! You Americans really seem to know what food is really about!!

cowgirl said...

Thanks Jimmy! It seems like food tastes better over a campfire. :)

Kyle said...

Salt Fork River? Salt Plains? Looks familiar... It has been a while since I've been up that way though...

cowgirl said...

It's Salt Plains Kyle.. close to Jet. It's a pretty area..and no one goes there because they can't ski. :)

Kyle said...

I do a lot of fishing on the Salt Fork northwest of Nash on Trenton Road... Don't make it all the way to the lake too often though... There are some fantastic spots around that area...

cowgirl said...

I bet you catch some big ones on the river Kyle! I've talked to a few people who noodle some nice flatheads around that area.
Now I have fishing fever again. lol
Good luck to you on your next fishing trip! :)