Making your own meals is easy and it gives you the option of making them as healthy as you chose. A big bonus, they are way cheaper than the prepackaged meals you buy at your local outfitter! Here's a quick look at how I prepare one of my favorite freezer bag cooking meals - "John's Meat Sauce" and pasta.
Sauce is ready to come out...
In order for the sauce to rehydrate faster and more completely, I put it in a blender and grind it into a rough powder consistency. Re-hydrated, it's still very thick.
Stored for future use. I use about 3/4 cup per dinner, and Juggy uses about 1/2 cup. Add your favorite pasta and place single meal sized portions in quart sized freezer bags. At dinner time, simply add about 2 cups of boiling water, stir, seal the bag, and let rehydrate for about 8 minutes. At approx 230 calories per serving (meat sauce only), this is one great tasting, high calorie, nutritional ultralight backpacking meal!
Get your dehydrating supplies here at the Mountain UltraLight Store.
Link to John's Meat Sauce Recipe
Cool. I really need to get me one of them dehydrators.ReplyDelete
can you post your meat sauce recipe, please?ReplyDelete
I most definitely will Frank. I'll make some this week so I can provide some good photos along with it!ReplyDelete
do you store the sauce in the refrigerator or in the pantry? i'm getting confused, some websites say i don't have to refrigerate, others say i do - if i do, how is it good for bushwalking and hiking over a few days?ReplyDelete
Never tried this meat recipe before... sure going to give it a try with my dehydrator. What temperature you used to dehydrate ?ReplyDelete
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