|Dutch Oven Cooking, Third Edition|
|by John G. Ragsdale|
Here's a handy little guide that's bound to be a hit on any camping trip. It shows you how to practice the delicious art of Dutch oven cooking.
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Use Pyrex oblong ... and sides of fruit will show. Bake. ... Note: One box, cake mix aluminum pans available in supermarkets, work as well as Pyrex dish.
Blend pudding, eggs and milk. Add cake mix. Blend well ... Fold in cherries and nuts. Grease and flour a tube pan. Bake at 350°F for 50 to 60 minutes.
Note: This cobbler ... camp-style cast iron Dutch oven which has ... camping trips! Pour fruit pie filling into ... mix soda with cake mix. Batter will ... 12 quart Dutch ovens.
Preheat Dutch oven with oven ... the can of fruit and drain liquid ... pieces. Sprinkle DRY cake mix evenly over ... fruit and 40 to 45 minutes cooking time.
Cake: Mix the ... salt added. Add fruit to the batter ... oatmeal and nuts until crumbly. Add to top of cake. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees or until done.
Mix about 3/4 ... preheated oven at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until golden brown. This cake should be hard on the outside and be soft in the inside.
Prepare fruit as directed. Mix ... pastry into square cake pan, 8 x ... butter. Any other fruit could be used, such as blueberries, strawberries or peaches.
Mix sugar, flour ... Wash and prepare fruit. Sprinkle with ... pastry into square cake pan (8 x ... browned. Cut into serving portions and serve warm or cold.
Take dutch oven and line ... or tidbits) or fruit cocktail make a ... Then mix either cake mix or Bisquick ... about 8 people. Good dessert for camp-out.
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