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7 Must-Try Recipes for Takibi Time

Written by: Savanna Frimoth

September 18th , 2020

 

If you’re tired of s’mores, hot dogs and baked beans from a can, try one of these creative campfire recipes.  

Citrus Grilled Fish 

Grilling a whole fish is a guaranteed way to establish yourself as an expert camp chef - bonus points if you caught it yourself. Start a crackling fire and cook your catch for a fresh, tasty snack.  

Brie & Fig Pastry 

Use your outdoor kitchen to whip up this delicious sweet & savory dessert. Combining melty cheese, soft dough and sweet figs, it’s sure to be well-received.  You can also use leftover coals from a bonfire, making this a great option for home or camp.    

Dutch Oven Pizza 

Dust off your trusty cast iron Dutch Oven for this thick crust classic pizza featuring fresh flavors of basil and mozzarella.  Grilled Asparagus  

This recipe is a simple vegetarian option that pairs perfectly with the Takibi Fire and Grill. We’re using asparagus, but these seasonings can be paired with your choice of vegetables like bell peppers, zucchini, carrots, or sweet potatoes.  

Peach Perfect Dessert 

There’s a thousand ways to enjoy this delicious stone fruit and this recipe is a simple camp dessert that’s sure to impress. Field Oven Pizza 

Wood-fired pizza is undoubtedly delicious and there’s never been a better time to try it out at home! Follow this simple recipe and step-by-step instructions to make a pizza in the Snow Peak Field Oven. Gather your gear and ingredients and let's get started! The entire process should take about 50 minutes. 

Cast Iron Spuds 

An enduring crowd-pleaser, potatoes are the perfect addition to a camp breakfast, lunch or dinner. This straightforward recipe will produce soft, flavorful taters every time.