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 Post subject: Solar Power (Sun) Cooking-Solar Recipes
PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2007 4:05 am 
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http://solarcooking.org/recipes/

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Cooking with the sun and a solar box oven should be easy and fun. After a few experiences, you’ll see how readily you can adapt your present cooking and baking to this oven. Using the solar cooker can actually reduce the total amount of effort in meal preparation. Using a solar cooker outside in the summer allows you to eliminate extra heat in the house, which is advantageous especially with regard to foods that require long cooking times. With solar cooking, you prepare your meals early in the day and then relax. In the late afternoon, when you’re tired after a day of work, the sun will have cooked your food.

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 Post subject: Re: Solar Power (Sun) Cooking-Solar Recipes
PostPosted: Thu May 13, 2010 3:55 pm 
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Assorted Recipes:

Here is a blog from a woman, [i]"Sloar Oven Chef" she started last year and cooking everyday it is sunny in her solar oven. This is about her journey - her successes and failures. She shares what she learned from the failures.[/i]

solar oven chef

Starting from July 1, 2009, I am cooking with my solar oven every sunny day for one year. Solar cooking is easy, fun and economical. A solar oven is a wonderful addition to any kitchen.
http://solarovenchef.blogspot.com/

Includes: (Go to link, above for all the recipes!)
Parchment Paper Produce Party
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Solar Hobo Chicken
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No Mess Baked Asparagus
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Solar Salmon Stuffed Zucchini
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Sun Oven Soup
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Solar Chicken and Cupcakes
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A Quick Solar Lunch
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Solar Lunch and Dinner
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Easy Vegetarian Solar Chili
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A Windy Day in Phoenix
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Mix Saves the Day
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Solar Lentil Stew
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Solar and Non Solar Bread
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One Bird - Two Solar Meals
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 Post subject: Re: Solar Power (Sun) Cooking-Solar Recipes
PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:35 pm 
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10 Great Collapse-Day Recipes for the Solar Cooker
http://thesurvivalmom.com/2013/06/09/10-great-collapse-day-recipes-for-the-solar-cooker/

Image Go to LINK, above to find recipes for the following:

Guest post by Heidi, who had way too much fun coming up with these recipe titles! You’ll appreciate these someday when the grid is down and zombies are walking up your front sidewalk!
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    1. I Don’t Want to Bean Hungry Bean Bake

    2. Lentil Me See If We Have Something To Eat Casserole

    3. Quick! Cook All the Freezer Meat Stew!

    4. The Police Have “Desserted” Us, Peach Cobbler

    5. Crab All the Food At the Grocery Store
    **Skip the frying pan and put some oil in your dish and lay the Crab cakes in it.
    Then put in Solar Cooker until hot and heated or spread in a dish and use as a dip.

    6. Did Grandma REALLY Eat Chicken Foot Soup?
    **Recipe is in second paragraph

    7. Dark Disaster Dream Bars
    **Cook in Solar Cooker until it looks done, moist but not too jiggly

    8. A Loaded .22 Baked Potato

    9. Squirrely Friends Should Stay At Someone Else’s House

    10. TVP (The Vegetarian Penne)
    **Substite the beef with TVP if desired.


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 Post subject: Re: Solar Power (Sun) Cooking-Solar Recipes
PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2016 2:26 am 
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Solar Cooking-General Info & Recipes - 26 page PDF File

EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN
http://www.sunoven.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/EverythingUnderTheSun.pdf

Food Storage for the Solar Oven
by Wendy DeWitt

" . . . We all have questions and concerns about food storage. What should I buy? What will it cost? Where do I store it? How do I cook it? What about rotation? There are hundreds of answers to these questions and the following information isn’t right or wrong, it’s just the way I do it.

Most of the recipes in previous versions of this book were “made from scratch” recipes. This version includes a “user friendly” section for meals that are more easily prepared. These recipes have been given only to show you the kind of things can be stored and how to cook them in a solar oven. Your family will appreciate it if you use your own favorite recipes." --- CONTINUED at LINK above ---


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