Meals for Mountaineers and the High Mountains! Firepot put twice as much meat in their recipes as the market leaders, while remaining competitive in terms of weight and calories. We know where the ingredients are sourced, with a menu that includes vegetarian and gluten-free meals.
Hand made using only Natural Ingredients
Firepot Spicy Pork Noodles Review
I had already tried the Posh Pork and Beans and really enjoyed it as a breakfast meal so I was looking forward to the Pork Noodles.
I had walked up from Aviemore to the Wells of Dee on Braeriach and set up my overnight camp. It had been a tough day and I was REALLY hungry! The rehydration time is fifteen minutes but it was worth waiting. The noodles were lovely and soft and the pork mince and spicy sauce had a bit of a kick but not too much. I'm glad I bought the extra large portion as I don't think the smaller one would have been enough.
There are plenty of other brands on the market but for taste, energy and value for money, the Firepot meals take some beating.
Ian Tupman, September 2020
"I have tried their mountain meals here in the Sierra Nevada. They are very lightweight and taste great!"
Felipe Nieto - UIMLA, Spanish Highs Guide, Sierra Nevada
"I can genuinely say this was the tastiest dehydrated meal I've ever had. Great flavour, great consistency and easy to make."
Levison Wood - Explorer
Easy and Rapid Preparation
It's very simple to prepare a Firepot meal, just add boiling water!
1. Tear open the pouch and remove the oxygen absorber sachet.
2. Pour in boiling water up to the level indicated on the packet.
3. Stir and the seal the pouch using the zip-lock strip.
4. Let sit for 15 minutes. Stir again and eat from the pouch, or tip into a bowl.
The Order Process
N.B We provide a "Collect" service here in Lanjaron, Alpujarras. Saves postage and useful if you are already visiting the Sierra NevadaOrder Meals Or, buy direct from our spanish shop "Comidas de Montañas"
Slow-cooked British beef with fruity ancho and smoky chipotle chillies, red peppers and kidney beans in a warmly-spiced tomato sauce. With long grain rice.
Healthy soya slow-cooked with smoky chillies and kidney beans. Served with long grain rice.
Five kinds of lentils, simmered with onion, garlic, cumin and chilli. Combined with basmati rice, spinach and garam masala, finished with chopped coriander and a squeeze of lemon juice.
Slow-cooked British beef with potatoes, celeriac and carrot. Served with soft pearl barley.
A filling British breakfast of soya and potato baked with three types of beans in a tomato sauce.
Tasty pork and tender broccoli in a spicy Thai-inspired sauce. Served with rice noodles.
Slow-cooked British beef in a rich tomato sauce, combined with oregano, star anise and orzo, a rice-shaped pasta.
Slow-cooked British Soya in a rich tomato sauce, combined with oregano, star anise and orzo, a rice-shaped pasta.
A hearty British breakfast of potato and pork baked with three types of beans in a tomato sauce.
Creamy Arborio rice with pan-fried porcini and chestnut mushrooms, cooked in mushroom stock and finished with chopped flat-leaf parsley and a squeeze of lemon juice.