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Category Archives: RV Recipes

RV Recipe: Sun Dried Tomatoes and White Beans

A rustic Vegan friendly white bean dish that is tasty and able to serve 10 at a PotLuck. Ingredeients: 3 lbs. dried cannellini or white beans, rinsed and sorted 1/2…

RV Recipes: Carne Asada

  Prepare this flavorful dish on a camping trip with a side salad and some tortillas or cornbread. Ole! Serves 4 Ingredients: 1 1/2 lb. flank steak 1 cup lime…

RV Recipes: Korean Short Ribs

  Short ribs are a natural for grilling.  This recipe calls for marinating the ribs overnight in a ziplock bag, but you will be rewarded with a delicious flavorful delight….

RV Recipes – Wine Infused Pasta

Wine infused pasta.   Here is a simple way to add some great flavor to jazz up your pasta! Wine Infused Pasta Ingredients: 1/4 lb. fettuccine pasta 1/2 bottle cabernet…

RV Recipes: Parmesan Tomatoes

Grilled Stuffed Tomatoes A quick tasty side dish that is simple to prepare. The tomato can serve as an edible bowl and filled with any one of a number of…

RV Recipes: Baked Zucchini and Cheese

A simple side dish that tastes delicious!  We made this for the main dish and served with a side salad but you could easily have this as an appetizer or…

RV Recipes: Crab Enchiladas

  Combine these ingredients together for a meal and like the results! Crab Enchiladas for 4-5 Bake 350 degree oven or 325 degree Convection oven  * note: total swiss cheese…

RV Recipes: Tangy Cole Slaw

Grilling is popular when preparing meals while traveling in your RV and/or camping. The recipe that follows is for an acidic cole slaw that provides a pleasant contrast of flavors,…

RV Recipes: London Broil

  Follow the marinade listed below to tenderize a slightly tougher cut of steak, while adding a delicious flavor to the grilled steak! Only leave the meat in the marinade…

RV Recipe: Blueberry Sour Cream Buckle

A rustic style blueberry cake that is great for breakfast, a snack or dessert. Prepare this ‘quick bread’ in on regular oven or convection oven.  Lowered the temperature to 350 degrees…