The Best Easy Camping Curries For 2023

In our latest video, we test five easy camping meals – so you don’t have to!

Feature type Video

Read time 2 mins

Published Sep 11, 2023

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Need camping food ideas but not sure where to start? Keeping things lightweight, calorie-dense, fuss-free and above all, filling, are key.

Picture this: you’re pitched up somewhere idyllic, you’ve got your camping stove at the ready and your stomach is grumbling after a full-on day of hiking the fells. What could be better than a hearty curry to keep hunger at bay and fuel you up for a night under the stars? In our latest video from BASE Studios, our resident expedition medic and connoisseur of the ration pack, Dr. Will Duffin puts on his pinny and samples a handful of the best easy camping curries for 2023, so you don’t have to! We’re good to you lot, aren’t we?

Here’s a lineup of the contenders, where you can buy them and their key stats, so you can be in the know for your next al fresco dining experience. You might have to forgo the table cloth, silverware and poppadoms, however…

Wayfayrer Vegetable Curry & Rice

Adventure Nutrition Vegetable Curry

TREKMATES Adventure Food Chicken Curry

Firepot Chicken Keema Curry

Expedition Foods Chicken Korma with Rice

But which one was crowned the king of camping curries? Check out the full video below or head on over to the BASE YouTube channel for more tasty adventure content, reviews and how-to’s.

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