Level Up Your 4th of July Cooking with our Openfire Pan
If you love to camp, chances are you’ve got a few good go-to campfire recipes—hot dogs, foil-wrapped potatoes, s’mores or even shish kabobs with your favorite grilled veggies if you’re feeling adventurous. When it comes to cooking over an open fire, simple is usually the standard. But it doesn't have to be limiting.
The new Openfire Pan from Primus makes it easier than ever to cook your favorite foods—and not just the simple ones—while you camp. All you have to do is place the aluminum and stainless steel Openfire Pan over your campfire, and you have a cooking surface just like the pans and griddles you have at home.
4th of July Campfire Recipes
This 4th of July, forget the two-ingredient meals and go all out with these game changing campfire recipes. And, with the Primus Openfire Pan, it’ll be just as easy as cooking in your own kitchen.
Fluffy Cornmeal Patties with Berry Compote
How many times have you had lukewarm oatmeal for breakfast on camping trips? After an evening of roasted corn and glazed pineapple spears, a half-hearted breakfast just won’t do. Instead, whip up a batch of these simple, crunchy, delicious pancakes on the Openfire Pan. They only require 7 ingredients, and you can substitute any of your favorite summer berries to make the compote. Click here for the full recipe.
Corn on the Cob with a Twist
If you’ve ever been to a small town in Mexico, you’ll recognize this amazing recipe—perfectly roasted corn brushed with mayo and sour cream and sprinkled with zesty lime juice and chili powder. This is the perfect way to jazz up traditional corn on the cob, which is easier than ever with the Primus Openfire Pan. You have to taste it to believe it. Click here for the full recipe.
Brown Sugar & Cinnamon Grilled Pineapple
This gourmet alternative to s’mores (or addition—we won’t judge) will have everyone’s mouths watering. Grilling pineapple breaks down its sugars, making it even softer and sweeter than it is fresh, while the cinnamon adds a warm kick. And, cooking them is a cinch with the Openfire Pan—just coat the surface of the pan with a little butter, and let the pineapple spears sizzle away. Click here for the full recipe.
No matter what you decide to cook this 4th of July, the Openfire Pan from Primus makes campfire cooking easier. Simple setup, design, and cleanup means you can enjoy great food no matter where you are in the great outdoors.
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