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RV / Camper Cookware

 

TRUE STATEMENTS?

"The stovetop and oven in your RV or Camper Trailer is small and heats up your RV / Trailer unnecessarily."

 

"RV Cookware or RV Pots and Pans lack performance."

 

"Induction Saucepans are ideal because they can be used on the gas, or an induction "extra" burner and also on an outdoor fire."

 

If you agree these are generally true, we have a solution for you!

 

RV/Camper Cookware

 

  • Heat or cook food super fast on your stovetop using the lid. Vapor Cooking takes 1/2 the amount of time it would take in the oven. It is an oven on your stovetop! 
  • Cook using a LOT less propane because it gets very hot very fast, and maintains the heat even once the burner is shut off.
  • Clean up by wiping it out with a paper towel. Very LOW WATER use for clean-up. No scrubbing.
  • Cool it down quickly without worrying about warping. Dunk it in a bucket of cold water or the lake while it is piping hot! It is solid cast so it will not warp if you cool it down quickly in cold water.
  • Induction compatible for countertop induction burners. If you have a portable burner, it will work with it!
  • Fry an egg while warming last night's steak in the same pan using the lid.
  • Use our grill pan outside on the open flame by removing the handle! If it's raining, take it inside and pop the handle back on.
  • The burner or flame is small, but the pan is solid cast so the entire interior surface will be hot, not just that which touches the flame. Even heat distribution is excellent for warming many sides or leftovers in one pan.
  • To clean up… simply wipe the surface with a paper towel and set it aside to cool. You can also dunk it into cold water or a lake to cool it, it will not hurt the pan. Once cooled you can use the normal cleaning process which is hot water and soap and scrub it well with the green scour. If you can’t do that right away, it can wait until you return home. But make sure to scrub any food residue off at some point for continued surface performance.

 

NOTE: This is NOT backpacking lightweight titanium cookware. This is solid, hand-cast high-performance Titanium Cookware!

Induction SaucepansRV Cookware

CAMPING MENU IDEAS:

Steak, Corn on the Cob and Baked Potato: Using your Sauce Pan or Square Grill Pan…  

 

Corn on the Cob:

Click here for a blog on how to prepare delicious corn on the cob using our grill pan.

Click here for a blog on using any other pan... vapor cooking corn on the cob.

Now that your corn is done, transfer it to plates and turn up the heat. Get the surface nice and hot and add your steaks or chicken breasts. Lower the heat back down to Low. Add the lid which will cook them through fast on the inside, while the hot surface is browning the exterior.  Only remove the lid to flip the meat and check doneness. Otherwise let the vapor develop.

 

Grilling Meat:

Click here for grilling meat.

This is nice for times when it is raining or too chilly outside. You can still prepare amazing food! BUT... if you want to, you can remove the handle and use the 11x11 grill pan outdoors on the open flame as well.

 

Another menu idea is baked potatoes… but do the work in advance.  At home, vapor cook your potatoes, or sweet potatoes. Cool them and put them into a freezer bag. When it is time to go off-grid, put the frozen (pre-baked) potatoes into your refrigerator. By the time it is time to prepare dinner, they will be thawed. Add them to the pan, low heat, apply the lid. It will warm VERY quickly. Then remove the lid and add the corn and return the lid for the 4-5 minutes it takes to steam the corn. Plate these and grill the steak!

 

Baked Potatoes:

Click here to see how to easily prepare your potatoes in advance.

 

Waterless Cooking Vegetables of Any Kind:

Click here to see how easy and healthy it is to do waterless cooking.

 

Below are links to some of our cookware:

 
 
 
 

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