Tex-Mex, Camping & Grilling Recipes ~ The Cowboy's Contribution
210 Recipes Created by VEHAMILTON1
Learn Pioneer recipes like Rye n' Injun Bread from Little House on the Prairie & Cowboy Dutch Oven Cooking! 180 Fun South West & Tex Mex Recipes and ideas for entertaining collected from our fellow Spark Brothers & Sisters! Love, Vera
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Celebrate the Old West!
Cowboy Contributions is a fun collection of recipes from our Spark Brothers and Sisters to celebrate the Old West!
There are some great camping recipes that you and your kids can cook over an open fire.
And enjoy the mini tutorial on outdoors cooking methods with a cast iron Dutch Oven.
Try some of these fun recipes for picnics, Cowboy Theme Parties, elegant Tex Mex Theme Parties and/or special events! Have fun!!Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
The recipes are listed in the following categories:
1. How To Win a Cowboy's Heart!
2. Cowgirl Cuisine
3. Around The Campfire
4. Chuckwagon Camp
5. Dutch Oven Cooking ~ Roasting Wild Game & Meats
6. Campfire Cooking and Collecting Camping Cookware
7. Tex Mex Cuisine
8. Texas / Mexico Cuisine
9. Tex Mex Cowboy
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VeraSubmitted by VEHAMILTON1
These are one of our favorites when we get the hankering for some good home barbecued food. We used to use Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce but have found a new, much easier on the diet grilling sauce put out by Sweet Baby Ray.
The ribs themselves yield about 1/3 to 1/4 of their weight as edible meat. So of the 2 packs of ribs where the combined weight is 260 oz. we figure the overall yield is roughly 65 oz. The rest is bone, fat and cartiledge.
These ribs are absolutely one of our favorite meals.
They're served best with a baked potato (make mine a yam), a tossed salad, a side of vegetable (I like steamed asparagus).
Prep is minimal when you already have your grilling sauce on hand.Submitted by FYRCOP
This doesn't taste like Burger King's rodeo burger, but it certainly is inspired by it. I love cheese and BBQ sauce on beef, chicken and pretty much anything. But as I was trying eat healthier I had to find new ways to incorporate this. This is a great main dish for picky eaters as there aren't any veggies in it, but you can easily add some diced tomatoes, chopped onions to it to add some more nutrients and flavor. The recipe despite being lengthy is actually very simple and can be done in 45 minutes total time. I was just very detailed.
This pairs great with a steamed vegetable like green beans, broccoli, peas, asparagus and/corn. I also serve it with light garlic bread.
Also goes well on a bun for a hearty sandwich. Submitted by 4ME_4LIFE
So delicious and tender. Submitted by CHRYSTALOATES83
Adapted from the "Beef: It's what's for dinner" website. I lowered the sodium, fat, calories per serving and added a few seasonings and beans. The beans make is very filling without adding calories or fat! Super quick and easy to make and really stretches out a pound of ground beef!Submitted by ORANGECOWCAT
I make this and portion out for me and my husband's lunches all week. He likes a side of green beans and I put mine on top of a spinach salad. You can also put this in an Ezekial wrap if you want a "sloppy joe" experience!Submitted by PHITNPHAT