Top 5 dishes you can cook in your RV

Last Updated: 19.02.20


One of the advantages of traveling in an RV is that you still have many of the comforts of home, and this includes a kitchen. It may be small, often the stove only comes with two burners and counter space is severely limited, but you can cook great tasting and nutritious meals while you are on the road. Not only can cooking in an RV add to your sense of adventure, it is also a great way to save some money. Here are 5 of the top dishes that you can easily cook in your RV.



5 dishes you can cook in a RV


  1. Classic grill cheese


After a long day driving or exploring the area the last thing you want to do is spend hours putting a meal together. Grill cheese sandwiches are delicious and easy to make, even on a small stovetop. All you need is a frying pan, butter, cheese and sliced bread, and in a matter of minutes you can sit down and enjoy dinner.


  1. Spaghetti


Nothing is easier than spaghetti, and it is also a dish that almost everyone is familiar with and loves. If you are used to making your own sauce then you might want to bring a jar with you, otherwise settle for a store bought brand. The goal is to keep it simple while you are on vacation, so you don’t want to spend hours making your own sauce. Simply boil the pasta on one burner and warm the sauce on the other. When both are finished serve and enjoy.


  1. Pancakes


There is something special about pancakes for breakfast when you are on vacation, and they taste even better when you can sit outside and enjoy a spectacular view. Thanks to the jugs of batter that you simply add water to and shake, it is also incredibly easy to make a lot of pancakes in an RV. Pour the batter into a heated skillet, and flip the pancakes when the edges are golden. Serve on a plate with syrup with any fresh fruit that you may have found on the way and you have a delicious and filling breakfast that will keep you going, at least until lunchtime.


  1. Grill bags


Some people are hesitant to use the oven in the RV. It is small, will heat the inside of the RV up to uncomfortable temperatures and doesn’t always cook food the same as your oven at home, but it is fully functional. A grill bag is an easy way to make dinner in the tiny oven, without leaving a huge mess to clean up. Simply add small potatoes, half ears of corn or any other veggies that grill well, along with small pieces of meat. Season to taste, fold the foil packet up and let it marinate while you are out enjoying your day. When you get back to the RV pop the packets in the oven for 20-25 minutes and you are ready to enjoy a hot dinner.


  1. Baked potatoes


Whether you just put butter and sour cream on your potato or load it up with cheese, broccoli and other toppings they are easy to make in a RV. Simply follow the same steps that you do at home, just make sure you use aluminum foil and clean up will be as easy as it was to make dinner.


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