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    Default Best tinned/paket meals

    Recommendations invited for best tinned or packet meals that can be heated or cooked with just two gas rings !
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    Does it have to come out of a packet? I can do sausage and mash with peas and onion gravy on two rings with a bit of planning

    "Look What We Found" seems to get good reviews when the question has been asked before.

    I actually find supermarket tinned beef curry acceptable as a quick no-effort meal. You can do rice on the other burner, perhaps even boil-in-the-bag if you want to continue the packet theme. Serve with prawn crackers to approximate an Army curry

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    Frying pan verboten ! Nasty cleaning up afterwards !
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    Quote Originally Posted by boatone View Post
    Recommendations invited for best tinned or packet meals that can be heated or cooked with just two gas rings !
    'Look what I've found' are great for a hob. Just add rice or pasta. Portions not that big but no bad thing if you need to go on a diet...

    Covent Garden soup is great for a sauce base for chicken. Throw breasts ,chicken into pot together. Simmer for about 25 mins. Rest for at least 5mins.

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    You could try The One Pan Galley Cookbook

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    Quote Originally Posted by boatone View Post
    Frying pan verboten ! Nasty cleaning up afterwards !
    That seems exceedingly unfortunate, Cap'n. You're not still messing about with those pre-Teflon pans, to which things stick, are you? I can't see why a modern frying pan should be any nastier to wash-up than a sauce/soup pan.

    When I think of boiled potatoes, cooled, sliced then lightly sautéed in garlic butter, with your choice of canned fish heated up on the side and a glass of whatever you prefer, I begin to see how I could live without an oven.

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    I can't see why a modern frying pan should be any nastier to wash-up than a sauce/soup pan.
    Cleaning the hob !
    Last edited by boatone; 22-08-14 at 20:15.
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    this is what we use, a step up from the old "Biscuits, Brown"

    All single pan. boil in the bag and can be ate uncooked

    Regal 2250 - see www.sportsboat.org.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by boatone View Post
    Cleaning the hob!
    P'raps it would be possible to carry sheets of tin foil, cut in advance to fit around the burners of your hob...so that any spattering fat that leaves the pan, can be binned in seconds?

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    Chili concarne

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