Spending time in a disastrous or survival situation means that you will have to cook food and set up meals too. However, such situations usually call for quick decisions and fewer choices. You will have to figure out on your own how to prepare a good meal and what is available to you or to just keep the hunger at bay for a while. As long as you have something to cool your food in and a source of heat, you can manage to prepare a survival meal for you and your loved ones. This section will help you by sharing some good quick and survival recipes that can be useful in times of need:
- Trout in a foil
If you are stuck or living somewhere near ponds or lakes, you can easily find trout to cook. Once you get the fish, you now have to clean it and chop off its head and then wash the intestines and guts and then wipe it with a piece of cloth. Now wrap the fish in an aluminium foil and add salt and pepper and also pour some lemon juice over the fish (if available). Finally sprinkle with oil or put some cuts with butter bar if you have any and place on the hot coals on fire. The fish would take about ten minutes to get cooked.
- Chicken or meat with ramen noodles
This kind of recipe requires a few ingredients which you need to take along before you set out to camp in the woods. You will need chopped onions, oil, ramen soup mix, chicken or meat, any vegetable, spices and yes of course, cheese. Start by cooking the noodles first along with the vegetables. Take a skillet and sauté the chopped onions for over a minute and then heat the chicken or meat in boiling water. Add the flavouring packet of ramen mix to the noodles and stir everything, the onions and chicken together until it is mixed nicely and then serve. YUMM!
- Energy Bars (Peanut Butter)
This recipe also requires to be prepped before you go hiking or camping or for your survival emergency kit. You will need honey, peanut butter and oatmeal. You can also add protein powders, dried fruits and anything that comes to your mind. Once finished, put these bars in a plastic bag and push out any air inside the bag to preserve them for longer time.
- Making your own bread
To make your own bread while camping or all you need is dough, a pot, a few coals or water and then you know the drill. You can fry it, bake it or boil it, whatever suits your survival situation and in only a matter of few minutes, your bread is ready to be served with your favorite topping (if you have any).
Keep these quick and survival recipes in mind the next time you go camping or if you ever find yourself in a survival situation, now you know what to do till help arrives!