D's Camp Beef n' Noodles

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D's Camp Beef n' Noodles

Postby dh » Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:11 pm

One of our favorites, sometimes I make it at home on the grill too.

1 can condenced cream of mushroom soup

1.5 lb beef. I've used stew meat or sirloin steak, both work well

Noodles, Whatever you like, I thinck it works beter with broad noodles.

Whatever seasoning you like, I usually just use salt and pepper

1. Get campfire or charcoals going

2. Cut meat into bite sized pieces, season, and place on skewers

3. Get the water boiling for the noodles in a 3qt pan. Personally, I do this on the camp stove

4. Put meat on grill/fire and put noodles in boiling water, cook both untill done

5. Drain water from noodles

6. add cream of mushroom soup to noodles, DO NOT DILUTE, just add water untill its nice and saucy

7. Add meat, stirr, enjoy
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Postby starleen2 » Sat Oct 31, 2009 4:36 pm

MMMMM - Beef n' Noodles :)
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Re: D's Camp Beef n' Noodles

Postby WarPony » Mon Nov 02, 2009 6:33 pm

dh wrote:6. add cream of mushroom soup to noodles, DO NOT DILUTE, just add water untill its nice and saucy


Instead of adding water, try a small tub of sour cream. It really brings it all together, IMHO. Ooo, we also add a little can of button mushrooms, too. :twisted:

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Postby pauld3 » Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:24 am

Yum! Thank you for sharing that! We will definately try it soon and add it to our camp-out list of foods!!! I would think you'd want to use sirloin rather than stew meat...because of the tenderness of sirloin for a quick cook as apposed to the toughness of stew meat (thus the reason why you "stew" them, to soften them up for eating) Just wondering?

WarPony, That's another Great idea. More like beef strogenoff! YUM!!!

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Re: D's Camp Beef n' Noodles

Postby caseydog » Tue Nov 03, 2009 3:47 pm

WarPony wrote:
dh wrote:6. add cream of mushroom soup to noodles, DO NOT DILUTE, just add water untill its nice and saucy


Instead of adding water, try a small tub of sour cream. It really brings it all together, IMHO. Ooo, we also add a little can of button mushrooms, too. :twisted:

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That's how I make it, too.

That same recipe is good with Ikea's Swedish Meatballs. :)

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Postby WarPony » Tue Nov 03, 2009 7:32 pm

Where does thoust find said Sweedish Meatballs? Are they a local brand?

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Postby mikeschn » Tue Nov 03, 2009 7:43 pm

WarPony wrote:Where does thoust find said Sweedish Meatballs? Are they a local brand?

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Ikea?

Try here...

http://www.ikea.com/us/en/

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Postby caseydog » Fri Nov 06, 2009 2:20 pm

mikeschn wrote:
WarPony wrote:Where does thoust find said Sweedish Meatballs? Are they a local brand?

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Ikea?

Try here...

http://www.ikea.com/us/en/

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The ever-expanding metropolis of Frisco, Texas has an Ikea store. They sell big bags of frozen Swedish Meatballs, and a bunch of other Scandinavian foods.

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Postby chorizon » Sat Nov 07, 2009 1:49 am

caseydog wrote:The ever-expanding metropolis of Frisco, Texas has an Ikea store. They sell big bags of frozen Swedish Meatballs, and a bunch of other Scandinavian foods.
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