This Simple Campfire Meal Cookes an Egg Inside a Hollowed out Potato

By: Misel Saban - Oct 2, 2015
References: mynameisyeh & mynameisyeh
When you're out away from home exploring the wilderness, coming up with wholesome camping meals can be tricky -- especially without the ability to use any appliances. These adorable bonfire eggs by food blogger My Name is Yeh are a great source of protein to have while out on the road and don't require the use of any cookware making for an easy clean up.

These bonfire eggs are creatively made inside a hollowed out potato that acts as the pot to fully cook the egg. The potatoes are hollowed out, filled with a crack egg, seasoned and then rolled carefully in tinfoil. The potatoes are placed on the outskirts of the fire and cooked till the potato is soft and the egg whites have turned fully white. Then top the potato with your favorite toppings like hot sauce and enjoy.