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Chili — again, make it less spicy than usual. I add a little extra flour to make it quite thick and thus easier to eat. TBGC: 169; Kindle location: 5288. Tuxedo Soup — another one that I thicken up with some flour (makes soup stay on the spoon better as the boat moves). TBGC: 168; Kindle location: 5271.


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Begin by warming the wrap so it doesn't tear. There are several methods of warming a wrap. You can warm a stack of wraps in the microwave ( 10 seconds on high), in a 350 F oven wrapped in foil for 15 minutes or individually in a dry skillet until soft. Once warmed, place the filling in the middle of the tortilla wrap.


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Sauté onions and carrots in olive oil and garlic with a little salt. Once they start to soften, add your veggies (except for greens). Let the veggies soften for 5-7 minutes, then add your sauce, seasonings, red wine, and kale if using. Simmer for 15 minutes. If using spinach, add it near the end with time to wilt.


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Sauce. Cook ground beef, onion, and garlic in a large skillet until no pink remains. Drain any fat. Stir in the bell pepper (and any extra zucchini bits if you'd like) and cook an additional 2-3 minutes or until it begins to soften. Stir in 1 cup pasta sauce, Italian seasoning, and salt & pepper.


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In a large frying pan (or wok) heat the oil and then fry the garlic, onion, and green pepper for approximately 2 minutes until softened, then add the rice, stir gently together then add saffron, and salt & pepper to taste. Stir. Add the fish, squid, tomatoes and water (fish stock) Stir. Reduce heat, cover and allow to simmer for about 10.


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Whether it be sailing to the sea, fishing, or paddling downstream, you need to eat to be energized. Easy to prepare, mess-free and on-the-go meals are your best friend while traveling on the water. Lucky for you we have listed them all for you! These 11 easy boat food recipes are surely going to keep your hunger at bay.


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Jambalaya — see Drew's great recipe. Spaghetti. Spanish Rice. Chili. Beef Stroganoff. Tacos — make the meat ahead and either prepare veggies ahead also or at mealtime. Potatoes au Gratin with Ham. Enchiladas. Stew — chicken or beef (don't overcook initially or it will be mushy)


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Purchase bagged broccoli slaw with carrot to save some time. Add chicken for some added protein. Serve cold or at room temperature. BLT Balsamic, Chicken, Avocado & Feta Salad. Fry bacon, cook chicken and make salad dressing ahead of time. Grab a baguette or your favorite bread for sopping up the delicious dressing.


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Ranch Dip. This is such a classic, and it's a healthier, more wholesome way to snack on the boat, too. This creamy ranch dip recipe is the perfect party appetizer, but also great for tucking into your boat cooler for an afternoon snack. It's a cinch to make and it tastes so much better than the store-bought version!


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Set the heat to medium temperature and melt the butter using a large skillet. Add the chicken pieces and sprinkle with onion powder, garlic powder and seasoning salt. Sauté the mixture for about 10 to 15 minutes until the chicken pieces are evenly cooked on either side. Serve while hot. 3.


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The galley in a boat is a tiny part of an already tiny space. You may not even be able to stand up all of the way if your galley is really small. A miniature kitchen is cute until you try to fit everything (including yourself) inside. Bring only the minimum of cooking equipment: 1 skillet, 1 pot or saucepan, cups, plates, bowls, and silverware.


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These typically have serve two to three people and contain the coleslaw/veggies, toppings such as dried fruit or bacon bits, and a dressing packet. One of my favorites is pictured above. My experience is that, unopened, they'll last a week in a cooler or refrigerator even under some moderately rough conditions.


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In order to gain the boat shape of the bread, you'll want to cut out the center of each baguette before pouring in the mixture and baking them for 25 minutes. After everything, you can expect about thirty minutes to prepare and cook this meal-which, considering the delicious payoff, isn't bad at all. 6#. ZUCCHINI PIZZA BOATS.


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Fish fritters are a great alternative to fish fingers, and can be prepared in a small frying pan on the houseboat. Cook the fritters until they are golden on both sides. Then, keep them warm while you cook the fish. Meanwhile, marinate the trout in salt and pepper and cook it on the boat's sides for about four minutes.


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Yellowfin Tuna with Sesame Sauce. If you're searching for an easy main course for your dinner on a boat, this flavorful recipe for yellow fin tuna from Cooking in the Keys is it! The delicious combination of Ahi tuna and toasted sesame seeds is perfect for enjoying on the boat.


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Keeping in mind that we don't want anything too fussy or heavy, here are some great options that are filling enough for lunch or dinner that can be easily made ahead of time. Ancient grain salads really fit the bill as they are hearty, easy to prep the day before and delicious! Big Mac Salad. Sandwiches. Wraps.