What kind of fire is needed for the utensils we use in the field? We can not and should not make the same kind of fire if we have a frying pan or if you we a stew. Adapting the type of fire to the object we have is important, to cook the products well but also not to suffer any accidents while cooking in the field.
- How to make fire if you have a Puchero
- How to make a frying pan
- How to Fire a Coffee Maker
- How to heat a casserole in the field
How to make fire if you have a Puchero
Let’s start with the puchero . It should be placed on a burning fire between two parallel rows of stones. The pot because of its size and weight is important to be above a flat base and resistant to fire.
How to make a frying pan
The pan , on the other hand, should be placed on three stones placed triangularly and a fourth that serves as protection against the wind.
How to Fire a Coffee Maker
Place stones forming a circumference. With a stick supported on another and attached to the ground, you can warm the teapot or coffee pot by placing it about 20 or 30 centimeters from the fire, above the ground.
How to heat a casserole in the field
You must put the casserole a few centimeters from the fire and for this a good way is to take a stick and hold it to a stone and to the ground, this stick should be large enough to hold the weight of the pan.