Here’s a simple recipe we threw together while camping this past weekend called “Super Simple Campfire Chicken Hash” because that’s the type of top-notch culinary product branding you come up with after several beers. It’s made entirely with pre-packaged stuff so you need no real skills to make it.
STUFF YOU NEED
- A can of pre-cooked white meat chicken.
- A bag of frozen onion and green pepper slices (e.g. fajita blend) or other mixed vegetables if you prefer.
- A bag of frozen hash browns. We used the diced variety but you could probably use the shredded variety without screwing the whole thing up.
- Shredded cheddar cheese.
- Misc. spices.
HOW TO COOK THE STUFF
- Cook the frozen stuff in a skillet until the frozen stuff is no longer frozen and the potatoes are tender.
- Stir in the white meat chicken, breaking it up into smaller pieces.
- Add spices. You can really add the spices at any point in the process. Our go-to spice mix for camping is Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning.
Here are some pics I took when re-creating it at home after the camping trip. Instead of the Tony Chachere’s (because we hadn’t unpacked it yet) I used black pepper, salt, chili powder, and onion powder.
BONUS CONTENT ALERT!! Here’s an action shot of us making it when we were actually camping.
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