Traveling in an RV presents individuals with some unique challenges, as well as some exciting opportunities. Most ordinary RVs aren’t fitted with state-of-the-art kitchens, which means that most cooking will take place on a tabletop. Still, this also means that individuals will be given the chance to try out some exciting new recipes along the way.
Chicken With Tomato and Olives
This recipe is a healthy addition to your RV recipe cookbook and all it requires to begin are; chicken breasts, 1 cup of grape tomatoes, 20 olives, half cup feta cheese and 3 teaspoons of olive oil and vinegar dressing.
To start cooking, turn on the grill to medium heat. You will want to lightly season the chicken before placing it on the grill. Grill the chicken for about 6 minutes on both sides before combining the tomatoes and dressing and warming them on a skillet. You will then want to brush any dressing that remains on the chicken. Once it is ready, place the tomatoes and feta directly onto the chicken and serve.
Sunflower Seed and Cherry Kale Salad
To prepare this dish, you will need; a quarter cup red sliced onion, 2 tablespoons sunflower seeds, 5 ounces of baby kale, a quarter cup dried cherries, a quarter teaspoon of pepper and salt, a teaspoon of honey, Dijon mustard and olive oil, and 1 and a half tablespoons of cider vinegar.
To start off, make a dressing of vinegar, mustard, olive oil, pepper, salt and honey in a bowl. Then, according to the contributors of Beckleys RVs;
“Add the remaining ingredients (kale, dried cherries, onion and sunflower seeds) to the large salad bowl and toss all of the ingredients with the dressing.”
Once this is done, the salad is ready to be served.
Applesauce and Oat Muffins
This recipe calls for; a cup of rolled oats, half a cup of applesauce, half a cup of brown sugar, an egg, a cup of buttermilk, a cup of whole wheat flour, half a teaspoon of baking soda and a teaspoon of baking powder.
To begin, add the oats to a bowl before pouring in the buttermilk. You will want the mixture to remain for two hours so that it can get down to room temperature. Preheat your oven to about 375 degrees. Grease the muffin cups and mix in the whole wheat flour, baking powder, brown sugar and baking soda in a large bowl. Stir in your egg, oats, applesauce and buttermilk and mix well. You will then want to place your mixture into the muffin pan and bake for about 30 minutes.
These burritos are perfect for breakfast and all they require are; ground sausage, a jar of salsa, 12 eggs, a quarter cup of chopped onion, a quarter cup of chopped bell pepper, a quarter cup of yellow pepper, 12 tortillas and a back of shredded jack cheese. Then, according to the contributors of Gorving.com;
“Cook sausage in a deep frying pan. Once the sausage is half cooked, put the onions and peppers in the pan. Whip eggs. Once the onions are transparent, put the eggs in and stir frequently. Once the eggs start to get stiff, add the salsa and cheese; stir in.”
You will then want to microwave the tortillas for about 3 minutes so that they roll up easily enough. The moment your filler is done cooking, you can put about a quarter of a cup of filling into each tortilla and roll up before eating.
Cooking in an RV can be a whole lot of fun as long as you have the recipes to give you that little bit of inspiration.