Cooking Accessories For Camping in 2022

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I do not believe there is any camp chore more satisfying than cooking over an open fire – a pot of soup simmering, the dogs browning, the husks of the corn on the cob blackening justenough time, and supply of dry wood, you can cook just about anything over an open fire that you would cook over your camp stove. Here are our recommendations for the best camping cookware for cooking over an open fire: pots, kettles, percolators, dutch ovens, and cast-iron pans:

Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Combo Cooker, 2-Piece Set

Nothing beats good old cast iron for cooking over an open fire. There is a lot of mass and heat retention in them. As a result, they are durable and are able to hold up to the heat of a fire well. As far back as 1896, Lodge has been making cast iron cookware at their own foundry in Tennesse at its own foundry in Tennesse. In order to successfully cook almost anything over an open fire, it is essential to have a good cast iron skillet and pot that can be used for open fire cooking.

The Lodge Cast Iron Combo Cooker skillet and pot come preseasoned out of the box. There is no doubt that the longer you use them, the more seasoning builds up on them and the easier it gets to clean them. My wife bought a cast iron skillet which we use at home a few years ago, and at first I was skeptical about it. It has become one of my favorite pieces of cookware after a couple of years of using it. In the course of time, non-stick pots wear out and lose their non-stick properties. During the course of time, cast iron gets more seasoned and easier to clean as it ages.

The only downside to this skillet and pot is their weight. It is true that cast iron cookware is heavy. There is no exception to this rule when it comes to these. At a combined 13 lbs, these aren’t lightweight pots to take backpacking. They are perfect for camping close to your car or truck or from an RV where weight does not matter.

Pros : 

  • Cooking performance
  • Durability
  • American made

Cons :  

  • Weight
  • High cost

Primus Stainless Steel Campfire Cookset Nesting Pots & Pan

Another good material for cooking over an open fire is stainless steel. As a result, it is not as dense and durable as cast iron, and it is not able to season or get any easier to clean after use. As a result, it is more durable than aluminum and does not have a coating that can scratch off over time. In addition, it is much more expensive than aluminum as well. Primus Stainless Steel Campfire Cookset is a good basic set of pots and pans designed to allow you to cook over an open fire with ease.

There are two deep pans in this set, as well as a frying pan. Stainless steel will stand up well to heat. If it is really abused, it can stain and scorch. Cleaning never gets easier. Since it isn’t porous, you don’t have to season it with oil and grease. Stainless steel pots tend to be lightweight. The good thermal properties of stainless steel make it a good material for retaining heat. By doing so, it is able to buffer the temperature changes in the fire, so that cooking is easier as a result.

This cookware set comes with lids for the two pots that are included in the set. All of the pieces of the set nest nicely together in a neat stack. All the handles of the bag fold down so that it can be stored or carried in a small space because all the handles fold up. There are a total of 2.9 lbs in weight, so it’s not too heavy or bulky for backpacking or carrying around with you on your travels.

There is no doubt that this is a wonderful cookware set for those looking for something that is durable, long lasting, and still lightweight and compact at the same time. In my opinion, this makes it my number one pick for the best camping cookware for cooking over an open fire.

Pros : 

  • Lightweight
  • Durable
  • Cooking performance

Cons: 

  • Hard to clean
  • Expensive

Yodo Anodized Aluminum Camping Cookware Set

A good choice for campfire cookware is aluminum if weight is a concern for you. Yodo Camping Cookware Set is one of the best lightweight cookware sets you can find for camping. All the pieces nest into a stack that measures 5.5 inches in diameter by 8 inches in height, and it weighs only 2.9 pounds for the whole set, and it measures only 2.9 pounds overall. It is only 2.9 pounds for the whole set. With the package, a mesh carrybag is included so that everything can be kept together. Fortunately, it is possible to get all of this in one nice package that includes all of the features you need at a reasonable price.

As part of the set, there are four anodized aluminum pots and pans that can be used for cooking purposes. A variety of plastic bowls, plates, and utensils can be used for eating that are free of BPA and can be used in a variety of ways. If you intend to cook with the plastic items over an open fire, you should avoid doing so or else they may melt as a result of the heat created by the fire. Besides the sponge, they also include a natural loofah sponge which can be used for cleaning as a bonus. This is one of the best camping backpacks you can buy if weight is a major concern for you. You should not try to cook with the plastic items over an open fire or else they will melt if you do so

Pros:

  • Low price
  • Lightweight
  • Complete cookware and utensil set

Cons:

  • Not as durable as Cast Iron or Stainless Steel
  • Care needed to not damage anodized surface cooking and cleanin

Overmont Camp Dutch Oven 14x14x8.3in

It has been a staple of campfire cooking for ages that Dutch ovens have been used. There is so much you can do with a good cast iron dutch oven that it is difficult to know where to begin. This is a great way to cook everything from stews and soups to roast chickens and more. Having a Dutch Oven like the Overmont Camp Dutch Oven as part of your camping cookware collection is a great idea.

It weighs in at 20 lbs when it comes to the Dutch oven and lid. Cast iron cookware, like all cast iron cookware, is not light in weight. Moreover, you will be able to use it for a long time and your kids and their kids may also be able to use it for a long time.

So, if you are looking for a great addition to your camping cookware collection. The Overmont Camp Dutch Oven will definitely fit the bill.

Pros :

  • The versatility of a dutch oven
  • Lid that works as a skillet
  • Cast Iron durability

Cons :

  • Very high weight
  • High cost