Yes you read that correctly, 2 ingredient Flatbread, yep, just 2! All you need to cook it is some heat and a pan!
In a van kitchen storage, ingredients and cooking facilities can be limited so recipes with minimal ingredients are ideal. You can vary the flavours in this and there are optional extras to make it even more tasty. Plus it can be cooked on an open fire so even those with no cooking facilities can enjoy this meal.
This is recipe is a Turkish flatbread known as Bazlama and it’s about to rock your world!
The recipe is for typical Slovak dish Spinach with potatoes and eggs. This is a vegeterian version, but by adding sausage fried on the pan you can make it more meat-eaters friendly. Equipment needed – saucepan, pot, frying pan and hand mixer to mix the spinach.
Ok so here is one of my favourite recipes for living in a camper as it’s so quick easy and versatile! The great thing we love about frittata is we can make them anywhere with our gas stove and grill… You can add anything you want and it’s a great way of using stuff up.
Just an amazing summer cold dish, full of fresh/raw ingredients prepared in absolutely no time. The main ingredient is orzo, which is basically pasta in the shape of rice, which pairs perfectly with the vinaigrette & fresh veggies.
This one is a delicious and easy to make 2 ingredient chocolate mousse that also happens to be vegan (if you use vegan chocolate & milk)
The catch: you need an electric mixer. So if you are a normal person and don’t have an electric mixer in your van, this might not be for you.
This is pretty much the hot sauce that you’ll see on every table. It’s dead simple, fresh and delicious.
It is made with huacatay leaves, a Bolivian herb with quite a unique flavour.
Traditionally this sauce is made with a special hand blender, that gives the sauce a chunky blended texture. However, I was shown it can also be made with a grater.
Though this is by no means a Chilean recipe, it was the rice dish we made the most in Chile by far, as it uses ingredients which are easy to find all over the country, and only requires one pan.
It’s also delicious cold, so we always make double portions, to avoid having to worry about lunch the next day.