Eggs without skillet?
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Elijah Ziemann
(MrBlondyable) - F
Eggs without skillet? on 05/08/2013 10:21:09 MDT Print View

How can I make eggs without a skillet? I'm using a relatively narrow and small pot, the GSI minimalist. It's a bit too small for boiling them in a ziplock bag. I'm wanting to make scrambled eggs with some fully cooked bacon, sausage, cheese, and maybe hash browns to make a breakfast burrito. I've thought about the a foil packet on a campfire, but I doubt I'll have a campfire in the morning. Could I just put it all into my pot? How well would that cook?

Paul Magnanti
(PaulMags) - MLife

Locale: People's Republic of Boulder
Freezer bag on 05/08/2013 10:46:40 MDT Print View

For the first morning out, an old trick was to pre-make a scramble (eggs, bell peppers, onions and so on) and put it in freezer bag.

Heat up water, stick freezer bag in hot water.

You get eggs for breakfast.

Dah Power of Da Google brought this up:
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/omelet-in-a-bag/

Angus A.
(mangus7175) - F

Locale: http://theshadedtrail.blogspot.com
Re: Eggs without skillet? on 05/08/2013 10:47:32 MDT Print View

All you need is a paper bag....http://youtu.be/dlg7Rd8sHL0

Jon Fong
(jonfong) - F - M

Locale: FLAT CAT GEAR
Re: Eggs without skillet? on 05/08/2013 11:13:47 MDT Print View

You can steam bake them. I use OvaEasy Powdered egg when backpacking.

Elijah Ziemann
(MrBlondyable) - F
Re: Paul on 05/08/2013 11:32:43 MDT Print View

Hey Paul. My pot is a bit small to do that trick, thanks though.
Mangus, don't you need raw bacon? Or would it work with fully cooked?