How To Cook An Egg Over A Campire Without Using A Pan
Mar 16, 2012 13:28
This Boy Scout method is perfect for cooking eggs over a campfire. The moisture of the orange peel prevents the egg from burning. Just crack an egg into the peel of half an orange and cook over hot coals for about 3-5 minutes. But if you're not a fan of your eggs tasting like orange, you can also just cook it inside an onion on an open campfire.
For those who like their egg a little softer, How2Heroes uses this unique cooking technique but wraps the orange-egg-combo with foil instead of placing directly on the coals.
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