2 eggs, or 2 servings of Mountain House scrambled eggs with ham and bell peppers, or 2 servings of Mountain house uncooked eggs, or 2 servings of any other powdered eggs or egg substitute you can get.
1/4 cup milk, if you use powdered milk mix it a little thicker than usual.
1 serving Mountain house chicken stew, or 1 serving of Mountain House chicken a la king, or 1 serving of any MRE entre that is mostly chicken, or 1 serving of any other freeze dried or dehydrated meal that is mostly chicken.
1/4 cup of butter or any other oil you can get.
Clean out your fireplace and remove the grate, you will need a level area to work.
Build a fire and allow it to burn down to hot coals.
When the fire burns down consolidate the hot coals into a 9 inch circle.
Prepare the chicken dish according to instructions.
Use a big cast iron frying pan, or if you don't have one use the lid of the Dutch oven as a griddle.
Place the frying pan directly on the hot coals, and allow it to get hot.
Test the heat by dropping a pad of butter, when it sizzles it is ready.
Beat the eggs briskly and add the milk.
Pour the egg mix onto the hot butter and allow it to cook, let it get hard.
When the eggs are well cooked pour on the chicken dish.
Fold it over and let it cook for another minute or so.