Syn Free Slimming World Friendly Sloppy Joe’s

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Please note this is not an official Slimming World and you should always check with your consultant with recipes you are unsure of.

Note this Syn Free if using 5% fat (extra lean) mince meat and using your wholemeal roll as a healthy extra.

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How to Make Hot Deli Sandwiches – Campfire Recipe – How to Make Hot Deli Sandwiches

Hot, melty cheese, crisp sourdough bread, four meats, sweet onion, peppers and mushrooms make this sandwich a meal with no messy dishes to clean up afterwards. This delicious hot Sourdough Deli Sandwich is fixed in foil and baked in minutes on the campfire, on an outdoor grill or in the oven. This easy to make meal can be prepared ahead of time; perfect for camping trips, a picnic or anytime you need a quick throw-it-in-the-oven meal. Gather up these ingredients:
8 slices sourdough bread
5 to 6 oz. thinly sliced deli ham
5 to 6 oz. thinly sliced smoked turkey
5 to 6 oz. thinly sliced pastrami
4 thin slices sweet onion
2/3 C. sliced fresh mushrooms
2/3 C. sliced green bell peppers
4 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled
4 slices provolone cheese

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Hi, Kristy in the Rada Kitchen, and today I’m making a recipe out of our Fix It In Foil recipe book. This is a book filled with tasty recipes with easy cleanup which you make in foil. Once you’re done eating it, you throw the foil away. You can make them in the stove, on a campfire, or on your grill. It has instructions with each recipe on how long to bake them in each situation. And today I’m going to make Hot Sourdough Deli Sandwiches. And even if you have a little fire pit in your back yard, it’s great, you just set them in the coals for about 10 minutes, and you’re done!

So you’re going to need 4 sheets of 14 inch, heavy duty foil. Here I have a loaf of sourdough bread. I’m going to slice that into 8 slices for 4 sandwiches. I’m cutting them about a half inch.

We need about 5 to 6 ounces of smoked turkey that has been thinly sliced. And then I have 5 to 6 ounces of deli ham, thinly sliced, and 5 to 6 ounces of pastrami. I’m just going to layer those on the bread slices.

Once you have the meat evenly placed, we’re going to add a thin slice of onion. These are great sandwiches. You can even have your oven turned on. Great for church or a picnic or a campfire, just make sure you put double the tin foil on. This is the Rada Stubby Butcher Knife. Speaking of church, a lot of churches fundraise by selling Rada knives. Some people speak of using their Rada knives for over 30 years. People are happy to buy these because they know they’re going to last a long time.

Now we’re going to add a thin slice of green pepper. Again, if you have someone in your family that doesn’t care for onion or green pepper, you can always leave it off. And then I’m just going to add some slices of mushrooms. Now, we add everyone’s favorite, crumbled bacon. And then you’ll need 4 slices of provolone cheese.

And now we’re going to put the top of the bread back on. And now we’re going to wrap them in the tinfoil. Again, you want to put the shiny side inside, because the shiny side reflects heat so you want to bring that heat in and keep it there, make sure it’s on the shiny side. Fold it down so it’s tight against that sandwich. Now our sandwiches are ready to be cooked. You can put them in an oven preheated to 350 degrees. Put them on the center rack and bake for 10 to 15 minutes. Or you can place double wrapped foil packs on medium hot embers on your campfire and cook 8 to 10 minutes. You’ll want to turn them once during that heating time. Or place on a preheated grill on medium heat, place indirectly, not directly over the fire or the heat source, put the lid on, cook 10 to 15 minutes or until heated through, and again, you’ll want to turn them over once during the heating process.

So our sandwiches are ready to serve. You can see that hot, melted cheese. This would be good with Dijon mustard, or yellow mustard, mayonnaise, other cheese combinations, like American, Swiss, or Monterey Jack. It’s a really yummy recipe, and there are more in the Fix It In Foil recipe book.

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4 Great Campfire Recipes | Camping

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I love cooking, and although when I’m camping I don’t have access to things like lamb shoulder, duck, or bacon, all that good stuff that requires refrigeration, it’s still super fun to cook when you’re camping. These are just some easy recipes that’ll make you feel like you’re a good campfire chef and really will be super simple to make.

The first is something that college kids all know, and it’s what I call lazy noodles. It’s just taking ramen, throwing out the spice packet, and making your own kind of pasta dish with the ramen. They’re really easy to carry. They’re really easy to make when you’re camping. They just require a little bit of hot water, and then you can chop up some broccoli, chop up some onions, and throw a little soy sauce in. If you brought peanut butter you can even make peanut noodles with some hot sauce and it will taste like you’re having sesame peanut noodles around the camp fire. Everyone will be impressed.

Another thing that I like to make and that makes me feel like I’m somehow connected to ancient campers is bannock. Bannock is a native American staple. It’s just flour, baking soda, oil, water, and salt. What I do is mix all the dry stuff and put it in a Ziploc bag before I go. Then I just mix a little water with it when I’m on site. Bannock can be fried up in oil. It can also be wrapped once you mix it all together and knead it up a little bit. You can also wrap it around a stick and bake it in the fire. It’s a really fun thing to do. Kids really like it. Again, it just feels like you’re connected to ancient campers when you make a recipe like that. It’s an ancient recipe.

Another thing that I really like, because I hate smores, is bananas stuffed with chocolate. So you can take a whole banana. Don’t peel it. Just slice it length wise, tuck little bits of chocolate inside, wrap the whole thing in aluminum foil, and place it in the coals of the fire, not really in the flame but just in the warm part on the bottom just for a minute or two. Then eat the banana and chocolate out with a spoon. It’s awesome.

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