Prairie Fox Survival

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Making Potato Bark

Potato bark can be used in an endless number of recipes.
Let us hear from you with your Bark recipes.

Making Bark

Camp Clam Chowder
Serves 2
1-1/2 - cup potato bark
1 - 6.5 oz can clams with juice
1 -1/2 cup water
2 - tbls powdered milk
1/4 - cup dried onion
salt & pepper to taste
Pour water over bark and onions in small saucepan, bring to boil, stir, remove from heat and let set for 10 minutes.
Return to heat. Add clams and juice. Stir in the powdered milk and seasonings.
If too thick add a few more tbls of water until desired thickness.

Potato Patty from Potato Bark
Rehydrate using equal amounts of water and potato bark to suit your needs. Put water and bark in pan and heat to a boil let sit for 10 to 15 minutes. Shape into patties and fry. Season to taste.
If you don't fry it, whip it up for mashed potatoes and top with packaged gravy.

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Bark Potato Porridge

Serves 2
Rehydrate 1 cup of bark

In a pan melt 1/8 cup butter
add 1/4 cup flour
add 1-1/2 cups mixed powdered milk.
Place over a low fire and stir until all lumps are dissolved.
Add rehydrated bark
Add another 1-1/2 cups milk and bring to a boil stir constantly to keep from scorching.
Remove from heat add 1/8 cup dehydrated cheddar cheese.
Stir and season to taste.
Garnish with dried parsley flakes and dried tomatoes.
Crushed red pepper optional

For extra flavor add any of your dehydrated meats to it.