Outback Cuisine in Orange/Sunday Stills

I am currently surrounded by orange. The rock faces of the Flinders Ranges, South Australia are bathed in orange at different times of the day.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA The road to Brachina Gorge is an orange drive all the way.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAnd I just cracked a large Kent Pumpkin. As we are camping off the grid and have limited cool storage, orange cuisine is on the agenda. Recipes will follow another time. Camp cooking is never dull. Thanks Ed from Sunday Stills for the suggestion.

Vegetable soup featuring pumpkin and carrot, parsnip, potato and found herbs.
Vegetable soup featuring pumpkin and carrot, parsnip, potato and found herbs.
Fire roasted pumpkin and beetroot salad with fetta and rugola.
Fire roasted pumpkin and beetroot salad with fetta and rugola.
Indian pumpkin fritter mix of grated pumpkin, shallot, besan flour and spices.
Indian pumpkin fritter mix of grated pumpkin, shallot, besan flour and spices.

18 thoughts on “Outback Cuisine in Orange/Sunday Stills”

  1. Wonderful landscape, and yum 🙂 I’m not camping, and am on the grid, but I have a whole pumpkin that in cooler weather would have been designated simply as soup but now will be transformed marvellous & delicious orange creations.

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    1. They were but very tricky to get the timing right. The coal roasted chappatis I made in the fire yesterday were sensational. Needless to say,all my clothes and hair smells permanently smoked,like a walking tandoor!

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