Alcohol Stove Recipes
I know some of you out there are very experienced with alcohol stoves, and for some of you, it may be unknown territory.
They can be a great selection for longer-haul trips as they are very lightweight and super packable. I recently cooked up some fast, easy, and lightweight recipes on a personal alcohol stove that aren’t just boiling water and putting it in a bag.
Additionally, I put together some helpful tips to remember when using these types of stoves.
Watch Chef Corso Cook Alcohol Stove Recipes
Come along for my test of the Vargo Bot 1L pot and Triad alcohol stove.
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Cooking with an alcohol stove is a great way to relax and enjoy the outdoors. It is a fun activity during backpacking treks that can produce delicious recipes.
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Outdoor Eats and Chef Corso serve the camping, backpacking, hiking, and outdoor communities looking to elevate their meals. The company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and recipes are trail-tested by the Outdoor Eats community all over the world. All recipes are fast, easy, mindful of pack weight and volume, require no pre-prep or dehydrating, and focus on real fresh ingredients rather than dry, salty, and expensive packaged options. Follow along on Instagram and on YouTube.
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