Our tried and tested damper recipe has been cooked many times over on our camping trips. The key is not just the recipe, but is in controlling the coals. Check out our secret to this cooking this recipe.
The key to camp cooking is managing the open fire
Camp Bread Recipe - An Outback Bread Damper is camp cooked bread. It's tough on the outside but soft and delicious on the inside.
Steps: 2 then into the coals
This recipe makes 8 servings. This damper is enough for a family with left overs to snack on.
• 4 cups self raising flour
How to Prepare:
Now, how simple was that! This recipe for damper is tried and tested. It is always a success and the kids unfailingly love this camp recipe.
Not only is this recipe so simple, but it's also comforting to have familiar food - bread, when you're in unfamiliar surroundings.
When camping, wash up your mixing bowl straight away so that the dough does not harden and make cleaning more difficult.
When you're more experienced with this camp recipe, you won't even need to wrap the dough for this recipe in Al foil. You can pop the damper dough straight into the coals. Yes, it'll be blackened on the outside, but the inside is soft and delicious.