Its not really a recipe but My favorite meal in the back country is a feast with turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, stuffing, and anything you would see at the thanksgiving table.
it is a little heavy, but it is often times worth it.
how you may ask,
well it was my dads idea, but what you do is, get a food saver vacum packager (you can get these at walmart, I think...) and seal up your left over food and freeze them. then when you are on the trail, just boil the closed bags and open and you have a wonderful backcountry feast.
I only do this in the winter so the bags will stay cold and the food dosent spoil.
you will also need a larger cookpot.
I have only done this with canister and white gas stoves, wood stoves may work too, but esbit and alcohol wont cut it.
P.S. package the different foods in seperate packages to preserve taste and dont try to vacum pack the gravy, just seal it. and before you lave make sure the packages will fit in you pot or you will have a hard time cooking your dinner.
I only do this a couple times a winter. Tthe rest of the time I eat freeze dried food, or dehydrated food, (I cant really tell the difference), and that is good too, but cant compare