With God, all things are possible
Recently, my family and I decided to take a camping trip.  My husband purchased a LARGE heavy cast iorn pot which came with a heavy cast iron lid.  He came up with this brilliant idea of cooking over the fire a meal of FRESH cabbage and kielbasa.  Here's how it went:

2 Pkgs. of Kielbasa Sausage
1 Whole Onion
1 Whole Green Bell Pepper
1/4 cup water
1 tbls. canola oil
Cajun Spices (We used Weber N'Orleans Cajun)

Obviously, you peel the onion, and remove seeds from the bell pepper.
Chop the onion into 1/4's, dice or slice up the deveined, seeded pepper, cut the cabbage into 1/4's and the kielbasa into 1/2" thick pieces.  Put oil and water mix at bottom of pot (before adding to heat!), place the rest of the ingredients into the pot and season to taste (the more you use, the spicier it will be!)  We cooked our first serving of this delicious meal over an open fire, and it took appoximately 30 minutes.  I tried it again in a conventional oven, and at 425 degrees, it took 45 minutes.  Please use caution and common sense when removing the lid, the steam WILL BE HOT!  This meal is QUICK to make, and EASY!  I call it "Chop it Plop it style cooking!"  You chop, and plop into the pot, wait for it to cook... and WAAALLA!  It's done!

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