How to make a picnic menu

How to make a picnic menu - tips and recipes

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April 30, 2017, 17:20

In nature, a strong appetite is usu­al­ly played out. Fresh air, active games or just a walk make you want to eat some­thing nutri­tious and tasty. To cor­rect­ly com­pose a menu for a pic­nic, you need to take into account the num­ber of par­tic­i­pants and their taste pref­er­ences.

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How much food and drink to take?

  • The amount of food direct­ly depends on the dura­tion of your trip: you need to know exact­ly how many times you will eat. Do not for­get that dur­ing walk­ing or cycling, the amount of food, and espe­cial­ly drinks, increas­es com­men­su­rate­ly with phys­i­cal activ­i­ty. In the future, the pro­por­tions are indi­cat­ed on the basis of a sin­gle meal.
  • For a pic­nic by the fire with bar­be­cue, one man will need 500 g of meat, for a woman — 300 g. For a change, it is bet­ter to take dif­fer­ent types of meat.
  • Fish should be tak­en at the rate of 200–300 g per per­son.
  • Fresh veg­eta­bles and herbs — 200 g per per­son. They go well with dish­es cooked on fire, improv­ing the diges­tion process.
Picnic menu - photo


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  • To relax with­out a fire, take some pre­pared food with you: a few sand­wich­es, var­i­ous snacks: nuts, chips, sweet choco­late bars. Cheese and meat cuts — 150–200 g per per­son.
  • Tra­di­tion­al bread can be replaced with pita bread. From one pita bread you can make sev­er­al excel­lent rolls with veg­eta­bles, ham, seafood and even desserts.
  • It is bet­ter to take at least 1.5–2 liters of water and drinks per per­son. Take a sep­a­rate bot­tle of chilled water or soda with you on the road.


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