No matter how much you love your RV, the small space can be challenging at times. This is especially true when it comes to things like cooking. You have a limited amount of space to store groceries and cookware. If you do not yet own an RV and are not sure if you can cook the way you like, we are here to tell you it is possible! Ryan’s RV Town provides motorhomes, RVs, and travel trailer service and repair in Mountlake Terrace. Here are some tips we would like to share on cooking in an RV.
Planning is the Key
Meal planning is essential when traveling in your motorhome. The worst thing you can do is wait to decide what’s for dinner. Plan a list of meals to make, have your recipes ready to go, and create shopping lists. Stock up on what you can ahead of time.
Keep it Simple
You want to keep your meals simple. Things that can be cooked in one pot or pan are ideal. Plan things that stretch to more than one meal. A roasted chicken for two people can provide dinner one evening, and chicken salad for lunch the next day.’
Food Prep Makes Cooking Easy
Prepping food ahead of time not only saves time but space as well. Ziploc bags of chopped celery, onions, or peppers take up much less space than the original item. Also, if you don’t want to do the prep work, most grocery stores ready to go prepped items.
Buy Double Duty Cookware
With limited storage space, you want to choose cookware that will do as much as possible. Crockpots are excellent for meals, but they do require electricity. A cast iron dutch oven can be used for cooking, frying, and baking.
If you need motorhomes, RVs, and travel trailer service and repair in Mountlake Terrace, Ryan’s RV Town is here for you. Give us a call at (425) 409-9870 for more information.