Firepits have been used since the ancient times not only for warmth but also for cooking. A modern portable firepit can be taken to any vacation spots or to campfire locations, and it is wonderful to cook on, be it in your backyard or patio. You can cook tasty meals using firepits, and here you can find some of the recipes that can stimulate your taste buds.
Roasted potato is one of the easiest and simple firepit recipe. Take a potato of even size and cut it into 1” pieces so that it will roast quickly and evenly. Dice up an onion and sprinkle dill and few bacon bits, then wrap it up in aluminum foil. Place it among coals and cook it for around 35 minutes, and you can get a wonderful dish.
Ingredients needed to make this include beef cubes, few onions, pepper and cherry tomato. Take a skewer and skew a piece of each ingredient onto it until the skewer is full. Then, if you have a cooking grid for your firepit, grill them on that (otherwise you can construct a make-shift spit to hold them over the fire). It takes 20-25 minutes to get completely cooked.
It is a wonderful experience to cook on the firepit but when you cook using it make sure that dishes are not over cooked. A dish could lose its original taste if overcooked. Gas firepits are fine to cook on, but wood burning firepits give your food a full flavor and smoky taste, which many prefer. Depending on your preferences, you can use either to cook.
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