Solar Oven Chili

Solar Oven Chile 1 lb. lean or extra lean ground beef 1 – 16 oz. can red kidney beans, drained 1 – 14½ oz. can diced tomatoes, drained (Or three medium sized fresh tomatoes) 1 medium onion, diced ½ cup chopped bell pepper (For more flavor add cayenne pepper or jalapeno pepper) 1 garlic clove […]

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Solar Oven Chicken

Chicken Breasts With Tomatoes, Olives and Capers his dish showcases how the Sport solar oven strongly infuses the chicken with the flavors of the ingredients. It is easy to succeed on the first try and it cooks in 1 – 2 hours in good sun. 4 each, boneless, skinless chicken breasts – about 2 lbs […]

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Solar Oven Barbeque Chicken Recipe

Barbeque Chicken 1 ½ – 2 lbs. chicken cut up into serving sizes. (A whole chicken [ 3 – 4 lbs.] will make two pots of chicken.) garlic powder, onion powder, thyme, etc. to taste your favorite barbecue sauce. 1. Place cut up chicken pieces on bottom of solar oven pot(s). Add preferred seasonings. 2. […]

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Solar Oven Baked Fish Fresh Filets

Baked Fish Fillets This dish showcases how the Sport solar oven infuses the flavors of the ingredients into the fish while maintaining a moist, flaky texture. It is easy to succeed on the first try and cooks quickly in 45 minutes to 75 minutes in good sun. The recipe is for one Sportcooking pot, assuming that another dish […]

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Solar Oven Baked Fish Recipe

Baked Fish 1 – 2 lbs. of your favorite fish fillets Your favorite salsa 1. Wash fish fillets and dry with paper towel. Place fillets over the bottom of the solar oven pot. 2. Place in solar oven and bake for 1 -1¼ hours. 3. Pour water off of the fish. 4. Spread a layer […]

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Blackpowder Guns and Hunting

Blackpowder Guns & Hunting Winter 2004 Hunters can safely cook tender, flavorful duck, pheasant, venison, elk, and more with sunshine while away from camp. Food put in the SOS Sport can cook unattended because of the Sport’s special design features. It is safe to leave unattended because it is fireless, does not require re-aiming at […]

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New York Times Article

Kitchen Voyeur By Jonathan Reynolds New York Times Magazine August 21, 2005 Sunny Side Solar cooking is more than just good for the planet. It’s getting harder and harder to save the world, particularly in the meteorogicially challenged Northeast. Intrigued by my friend the writer Patricia Bosworth’s fervor for so­lar cooking — using the sun alone for […]

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