Iceland

Recipes:

 

Dinner 1: (meat, veggies, quinoa)

-1/3 cup dehydrated veggies

-1/4 cup dehydrated pork

-1/4 cup quinoa

-2 tbsp butter

-Salt/pepper to taste

Pre-warm insulated food jar, add all ingredients into insulated food jar, add enough hot water to barely cover, add butter, secure the lid, shake, let sit for 1-2 hours, enjoy!

 

Dinner 2: (Pulled pork)

-1/2- ¼ lbs pork loin cooked, shredded and dehydrated

-1/2 bottle BBQ sauce dehydrated

 

Pre-warm insulated food jar, add all ingredients into insulated food jar, add enough hot water to cover, let sit for 1-2 hours,

-Can be parried with fresh fruit, chips, or mac n’ cheese cups…enjoy!

 

Dinner 3: (Lemon Pepper Chicken and Rice)

-1/4 cup minute (boiled) rice

-1/3 cup dehydrated veggies

-1/4 cup dehydrated chicken

-1 tbl lemon-pepper seasoning

-2 tbls butter

-Salt to taste

Pre-warm insulated food jar, add all ingredients into insulated food jar, add enough hot water to barely cover, add butter, secure the lid, shake, let sit for 1-2 hours, enjoy!

 

Dinner 4: (Tacos)

-1/3 cup ground meat dehydrated (we used beef and turkey combined)

-1/4 cup dehydrated peppers and onions

-1 taco seasoning packet (your favorite brand)

-Cheese to taste

-1 bag tortilla chips

 

At camp: In a pan over high heat add meat and veggies and enough water to cover, simmer till water absorbs, sprinkle in taco seasoning and enough water to make sauce. Sprinkle in cheese and use  as dip with chips

 

On the trail: Pre-warm insulated food jar, add meat, veggies, seasoning, and cheese into insulated food jar, add enough hot water to barely cover,  secure the lid, shake, let sit for 1-2 hours,  use as dip with chips, enjoy!

 

Dinner 5: (Pasta night)

-1/3 jar of tomato sauce dehydrated (your favorite brand)

-1/4 cup dehydrated ground meat

-1/3 lbs pasta

 

In a pan reconstitute sauce and meat (adding hot water as needed), boil up pasta, drain pasta, combine with sauce and enjoy.

 

We also brought:

-4 store-bought freeze-dried backpackers meals

-3 cups gluten-free oatmeal

-4 mini boxes cereal

-2 gluten-free mac n’ cheese cups

-2 regular mac n’ cheese cups

-2 fruit leathers

-Gluten-free pancake mix (we didn’t use)

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3 Comments

  1. VLZ
    November 11, 2017
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    As the aforementioned wife, I just want to say I really enjoyed Iceland. I went with appropriate waterproof clothing, which made a huge difference.

    • Ashley
      March 27, 2018

      From the photos, it looks absolutely beautiful! I hope to one day go myself.

  2. Ayleen
    November 9, 2017
    Reply

    Loving your posts!

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