Winter is soup weather! Roasting the tomatoes, peppers and garlic means that while you spend 30 minutes watching TV or reading a book, your ingredients are developing some beautifully rich, deep flavours without you having to lift a finger.
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Camping food doesn’t have to be wors and rolls. Try these tasty campfire recipes the next time you’re tent bound in the bundus.
This simple, but delicious, treat is the favourite camping dessert of Tess Booth of Nelspruit.
Tracy Anderson of Cape Town loves an omelette in a bag for her camping breakfast. You can use whatever leftover braai meat you have, veggies such as mushrooms and peppers, and grated cheddar or crumbled feta.
This stew is a great way to cook up leftover braai meat from the night before, as Pat Wakeford of Fish Hoek suggests.
If you love vegetarian camping food, try this delicious Italian dish.
A twist on the tomato relish usually served with pap, this sauce is best made in a flat-based cast-iron pot.
These easy and delicious marinated chicken skewers are perfect camping food.
Brian Armour of Harding loves to cook up this South African classic. Although it may seem like a lot of ingredients, most come from tins (easy for camping trips) and the spices you can measure out at home and store in an airtight container.
This potbrood is very easy to make, all you need is a couple of ingredients and a standard sized cast-iron bread pan with a lid.