I have decided that one of these could be a good addition to my food bag and there is a good chance I may eat some more wholesome food this Winter. I have a bad habit of buying rubbish on the way to the lake.
First time – Toasted ham, cheese, tomatoes
Place one piece of bread in the RidgeMonkey, then add all your ingredients…
in this case ham, cheese and tomatoes. Put another slice of bread over the top, close the lid and cook on a slow heat, that’s important as you could burn the food.
And yes, they do taste great.
The next time I was out I thought I would try some sausages or bacon sandwiches
The first step has to be cook the sausages (no need for food poisoning when out fishing, this happened once and never again).
Then I cut them in half, just to make sure (which also make a better sandwich).
Then place a piece of bread on top and flip over with the lip closed
As before, place another one on top, this also soaks up all the juice (may not be good for the waistline).
close the lid and flip over until the toast is done.
Always cook on a low heat for best results.
Next was the Bacon butty and we do love these.
basically the same steps as above.
Another brilliant idea for you to use on the RidgeMonkey !
Warm up a pre-cooked baked potatoes.
And add beans, chilli mince (or any mince sauce!), cheese or even coleslaw in the summer.
Another great suggestion for the RidgeMonkey .
Crumpet and jam on the Ridgemonkey.
Hot food is a must for Autumn and especially in the colder Winter months.
Yet another perfect example of how versatile the RidgeMonkey is.
Meat balls and pasta tonight.
Begels & Jam
Bagels & Jam. A nice afternoon snack. The wonders of a Ridgemonkey.
The list is endless of what you can do. Please visit my Ridgemonkey Suggestions page for more cooking tips.