Here it is - my dutch oven cook book with all the dutch oven recipes I could find. Everything from chicken recipes to dessert recipes for you to have a go at on your next camping trip. Dutch ovens let you get away with easy cooking so give these a try. I'd love to hear back from you on your results or if you have questions about any of these dutch oven recipes. I'm always looking for more to add, so drop me a recipe if you have one to share. For help with dutch oven temperatures and coal placement, see my Heat Settings page. If you want to cook a hearty chicken dinner or an easy dessert in your dutch oven, these recipes will help you create great food for your friends.
15-Minute Camping Meals | family campingOne of the things I really like about family camping is cooking. I don’t get to cook many meals during the week, so when we are camping, I like to make up for that by getting creative with our camping meals. Getting creative doesn’t mean spending a lot of time on meal preparation, though. Here are some great camping recipes that don’t take a lot of time to prepare. Fish Tacos Fish tacos (photo by Tammy Camp on Flickr) Usually, when you think of fish tacos, you think fried fish. 1 bag shredded cabbage 1 bag corn tortillas 1 lbs. of any firm fish Top with your favorite salsa or spicy tartar sauce Bonus tip: Squeeze a fresh lime over the cabbage and add an avocado slice, or two. Pizza Grilling pizzas on one of our camping trips, this summer I have talked about pizza before, because it’s one of our favorite camping meals and it’s really easy to make. Pizza crust, such as Boboli Tomato sauce Sliced pepperoni Favorite veggies, sliced at home and packed in a resealable bag BBQ Chicken Fajitas See also…
Mark's Black Pot: Dutch Oven Recipes & CookingThe Best Caramel DipGood morning all! It’s only about 5:30 am here in Utah, but I needed an early start to a fun day. My middle baby turns three today! I was up last night decorating the house (it’s amazing the joy a sign, streamers, and balloons bring to a kid), and now I’m getting all my computer things done. I had to wake up early so that I can beat that early riser out of bed, just to see the look on his face when he comes upstairs. It’s been a long week and I’m looking forward to a fun day with the family. Now, this recipe is something you need in your life. The Best Homemade Caramel Dip Makes about 4 cups of caramelPrintable Recipe 1/2 cup salted butter 1 1/2 cups brown sugar (light or dark) 3/4 cup light corn syrup 1 can (14 ounces) sweetened condensed milk 1 teaspoon vanilla In a medium saucepan, melt butter over medium heat. Notes: Don’t let the caramel come to a full, rolling boil. And now for some personal indulgences. Here’s a story for you. I did not go into labor that day, lucky for me.
Roasted Red Pepper PenneI promise that I am showing you the 4th post (in a row) full of red food with good reason. As a self-proclaimed tomato sauce hater, I’ve just about had enough. Enough tomatoes, enough sauce, enough chili… enough enough enough. I have two giant tubs of chili frozen in my freezer, and at this rate I’m hoping they will stay edible for two full years. But at any rate, I did manage to make this pasta dish last week for dinner that I’ve been dying to share with you, red or not. You won’t find me eating raw peppers anytime soon, but I do really love them roasted on top of things like pizza and pasta. We have especially been loving roasted reds lately. And I got in on this too when I started slicing squares of fontina and topping them with the peppers then laying both on buttered toast. All you need to do is throw the peppers under your broiler, char them ’til black, then stuff them in a ziplock bag and let them do their thing. Roasted Red Pepper Penne serves 4 2 large red peppers
Food for CampoutsWe went camping this weekend down at Big Sur. It was so fabulous and fun to be with friends in such a beautiful place. We were lucky to get a camp ground at Plaskett Creek. the camp host there is my new BFF, she made our lives so much easier. On Saturday Silvia and Justin, our friends, were in charge of food. Cut the bananas and stuff them with chocolate chips.Cover them with tin foil and place over fire to grill for about 5-10 minutesRemove the banana from heat and mix the banana pulp and the melted chocolate together.Eat!
Dutch oven : recipes and cooking : Food Network : Recipes and CookingDon't let your dutch oven gather dust! Find tips and recipes for cooking with a dutch oven. 1-10 of 567 Results Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler Video | Paula's Home Cooking | Paula Deen | (03:41) This peach cobbler is easy enough for family, special enough for company.14 Coffee Recipes and 7 Other Ways to Use Leftover Coffee | Money and RiskHave a caffeine addict in your house? Are you pouring leftover coffee into the sink every night? Coffee grounds getting you down? Here are some thrifty ways to repurpose your coffee habit. Try all 21, given that super caffeine-fueled energy you have. Leftover Coffee My husband must have coffee to start his day, so our coffee maker brews 4 cups every morning. Not in my household. Instead of leaving the pot to boil dry or the coffee to condense, I just throw the whole pot in the fridge until we get home from work at night. 1. 2. 3. 1 cup or less coffee required. I do use regular milk to smooth the harsh flavor of the coffee. Here’s the trick: if the mocha drink is not sweet enough, just add a non-sugar sweetener. Top your frozen blended mocha with whipped cream, shaved chocolate and voila. We actually have this for either dessert at night or save the coffee to make in the morning as a nice to-go treat. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. photo credit: dongga
17 Clever Food Hacks You Need to Try - XEN lifeEverybody loves foods. Whether they are the healthy and sumptuous looking homemade meals or fresh and thirst quenching fruits or those sinful and fat laden favourites, nobody will be able to forgo it. So we eat, but why not make everything easy? For this article we will be seeing some food hacks which will be life changing and will be diet friendly (just ignore the bacon and other diet killer, that is, if you can). Use dental floss to cut soft foods. via HuffingtonPost Dental floss is great to make perfect cut for cakes, cheese, rolls, burrito and other soft solid foods. For a note though, use some unscented floss for the slicing if you don’t want your food to taste like, er, your newly flossed teeth. 2. via MSN UK Well, I know you know how hard it is to remove those nasty egg shells that somehow managed to get on the bowl after you crack the eggs. 3. via recipebyphoto First, breathe in and breathe out. 4. via whatthedogate 5. via melissalonie 6. via cookinglight 7. via jameseastwood 8. 9. 10.