Author Topic: Trangia cooker tips & recipes  (Read 14583 times)

Re: Trangia cooker tips & recipes
« Reply #25 on: March 05, 2010, 03:11:00 pm »
More Trangia porn featuring successful bacon frying - at last.  



What should my next Trangia challenge be?

PS: I have had a sooty bottom, I'm assuming that's some sort of rite of passage.  I will water down my meths next time.

Re: Trangia cooker tips & recipes
« Reply #26 on: March 05, 2010, 04:54:58 pm »
What should my next Trangia challenge be?

Full roast? ;D
Actually, it is rocket science.
 

Re: Trangia cooker tips & recipes
« Reply #27 on: March 05, 2010, 05:43:09 pm »
What should my next Trangia challenge be?

Full roast? ;D

That was my first thought, however ...

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Re: Trangia cooker tips & recipes
« Reply #28 on: March 05, 2010, 10:09:49 pm »
More Trangia porn featuring successful bacon frying - at last.  


Hm.  I've got the unsexy non-teflon version.  I wonder if that impedes the bacon-fryiing ability?  Should probably give it a test, in the interests of SCIENCE.
Careful, Kim. Your sarcasm's showing...

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Re: Trangia cooker tips & recipes
« Reply #29 on: March 06, 2010, 09:10:09 am »
What should my next Trangia challenge be?

Full roast? ;D

That was my first thought, however ...

omelette and frites

I have actually cooked both of those items on a trangia, although the frites were cheaty "fry from frozen" ones which had been mostly defrosted first and they did come out a bit limp and oily - mor boiled in oil than fried TBH, but it had to be tried.  The omelette was nice though, although it did stick a bit (I don't have the posh non-stick version).

BTW, your Trangia is way too clean!  Dirty it up before you go, or everyone will laugh at you!
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