BackCountry Beer & Cheddar Soup
We did it! We actually, finally did it. We made an Easy
Backcountry Beer & Cheddar Soup!
Well, let’s be clear. We have done this many times but we usually drank too much of the beer to remember how we did it and we never wrote it down. But today we can say we have finally made our best version and remembered how to do it! Enjoy our Backcountry Beer & Cheddar Soup
We made this over the weekend and now we are sharing it with you. It’s extremely easy to make, empty the contents into a pot, add beer and water, heat it up and enjoy. It doesn’t get any manlier than Beer and Cheddar soup, while camping that is easy to make!
This recipe will make enough soup for 2. If you need more – do the math. We can’t do everything for you.
What you will need:
- ½ Cup Chopped Red Onion
- ½ Chopped Celery
- 1 Clove of Garlic (Diced)
- 5 Tsp of Hot sauce (We used Frank’s Red Hot)
- ½ Tsp of Salt
- 1 Tsp Dijon Mustard
- 2 Cubes of Chicken Stock
- 1/3 Cup of flour
- 4 Tsp of Powered Milk
- 4 Cups Shredded Cheddar Cheese (or more if you like!)
- 3 Tsp of Worcestershire sauce (Pronounced: Who’s-Your-Sister-Sauce)
- 1 tsp Mustard Powder
- 1 Beer and a cup or two of water (Only when you are ready to cook)
Guidelines: (Not instructions. ManCamping doesn’t allow instructions)
- Put all the ingredients listed above (Except the beer and water) into a Ziploc bag. It doesn’t matter the order, just put them all in there.
- Seal it up. Well. You don’t want this opening up in your backpack.
- When you are ready to cook this baby up, dump the Ziploc bag into a pot. Well, dump the contents into a pot. The bag is not part of the recipe.
- Pour in your favorite beer and added a cup of water on top.
- Heat this baby up, continuously stirring until all the cheese has melted. Usually about 20 mins.
- Eat it, enjoy and let us know how it was.
You can add just about any other veggies you want to this recipe and it will work fantastically. Or bacon, you can add bacon to just about anything right? Just make sure you pack out all the cans of beer that you brought in with you. We don’t want to litter our wilderness, just because you wanted a brew.