Roasted fire potatoes

Published by Michael Dib — 3 years ago

Blog: Outback cuisine
Tags: Erasmus recipes

Setting it up

Another recipe for the outback I would recommend are fire-cooked potatoes. These ones are surprisingly delicious and very flexible. I recall how my mates and I wanted to try out a proper outback dinner using a fire to add to our experiences. We bought a kilogram of potatoes along with a few other things which we shall use for another recipe in another article.This one is a pretty simple one to make all you need is:

  • Half a kg of Potatoes
  • Aluminium foil
  • Mushrooms
  • Cheese (any type you want)

So, once you get the fire going nice and strong you reach over for the potatoes. What you’ll need to do is wash the potatoes. There’s no need to peel them. That goes down to personal preference. Rather what you do is slice them up into either chunks or large slices. Toss these into some aluminium foil and also throw in the cheese you have. Either sprinkle or put slices of cheese depending on what you bought. 

After that slice up the mushrooms into either diced pieces or regular sliced pieces. From there you should also add a bit of salt on them if you have any. Although if you don't thats also fine as you as the cheese would make up for the missing salt. Then tightly pack the ingredients together and toss them close to the fire. Almost touching. Keep moving them around and check once in awhile till they’re nice and soft. Then pull them out and enjoy a tasty energy packed meal. Its also a meal thats very easy to prepare although it may take time to cook up on the fire depending on how intense it is. Make sure to toss in a large amount of them at a time. 

Happy eating!

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