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Campfire Pizza Rolls
« on: July 06, 2016, 04:23:06 pm »
We are participating in the Maryland Park Quest with our granddaughter which entails going to 20 different state parks and completing a quest at each one. Our team was drawn in a lottery. Apparently they get thousands of applications and select 1000 teams, and we are one. Part of our quest at Elk Neck State Park was to set up a tent, build a fire, do a nature ID scavenger hunt and, as a bonus - cook on our fire, which we did. Chloe chose their recipe for Campfire Pizza Rolls. NOT the healthiest food but fun for kids to make in a campfire and could make fun appetizers for grown ups too, just bake then slice into bite size rolls. We didn't really have coals so ours took more than 5 minutes but we all liked them.

Pizza Roll-Ups:
Ingredients: small flour tortilla shells (Must be soft flour shells, not corn), Pizza sauce, “String” or “farmer’s" cheese, Pepperoni, Aluminum Foil
Procedure:

 -   Lay out a sheet of aluminum foil with the dull side out (in other words, you’re going to be making the food on the shiny side).
 -   Lightly spread or spray oil on one side of the tortilla shell and then put that side on the foil.
 -   Take pizza sauce and spread it around the other side – you just need a thin layer, not dripping.
 -   Put in 5 pieces of pepperoni, sprinkle some cheese, then roll the tortilla up around a piece of string cheese.
 -   Roll the foil around it, being careful to seal the ends.
 -   Put it on the coals. Turn a couple of times. Remove after 3 to 5 minutes and it’s ready to eat.



John, Holly, and sometimes Chloe.
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