RECIPE // PASTA CARBONARA FOR THE CAMPSITE BY XTREME GOURMET
PASTA CARBONARA FOR THE CAMPSITE
BY XTREME GOURMET
Once a month we'll be featuring recipes to rustle up some tasty meals next time you're heading to the outdoors. These amazing recipes are courtesy of Sonya Muhlsimmer, author of Xtreme Gourmet: High Energy, Lightweight Recipes for the Outdoor Enthusiasts"
AT HOME PREPERATION
Label the bags and place all ingredients into the allocated bags. Download the E-Book (link via website below) or print out 'Method at Camp' and keep together with the bags.
METHOD IN CAMP
In a pot boil 2 cups of water, add the contents of Bag 1 (pasta mix) and cook for about 6 to 12 mins (depending on the cooking time of the pasta. Try to get the quick 5 to 6 minute cooking time pasta, saves on fuel).
Whilst the pasta is boiling, in a bowl add the contents of Bag 2 (sauce mix). Slowly pour in about ½ cup of water over the sauce mix stirring constantly to make a paste.
When the pasta is ready add the sauce mix and the contents of Bag 3 (herb mix) to the pasta, stir through. Cook for about 2 mins stirring constantly until the sauce thickens.
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Recipe taken from the book: Xtreme Gourmet: High energy, lightweight recipes for the outdoor enthusiast, published by Sonya Muhlsimmer (ebook $20, Hard copy $30 plus postage).
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