|Cooking the Dutch Oven Way|
|by Woody Woodruff|
You can use these simple recipes to make delicious meals without a lot of fuss, at your campsite or even in your own backyard.
Tip: Try oven cobbler for more results.
1 - 10 of 10 for dutch oven cobbler
Note: This cobbler is prepared in a camp-style cast iron Dutch oven which has a ... vanilla ice cream. Recipe can easily be doubled for 12 quart Dutch ovens.
First, start coals ... peaches in the Dutch oven. Dump the ... top of the oven. Cook, for 45 minutes to 1 hour. Makes a perfect dessert for camping out.
Take dutch oven and line with ... occasionally so that top doesn't get too hot and cook cake mix too fast. It will serve about 8 people. Good dessert for camp-out.
10 servings. Prepare ... embers. Lightly butter Dutch oven. Put fruit ... remove lid until ready to serve. (NOTE: Great with vanilla ice cream if available.)
Dutch Oven: Prepare charcoal ... Check again. Cooks Note: A double batch can be baked in a 14 inch Dutch oven. 2 cans of peaches makes a juicier cobbler.
Line the inside of the Dutch oven with foil, making ... until inside is warm and all the cake mix is not powder. The outside should be golden brown. Enjoy!
Line Dutch oven with aluminum foil ... and allow the cobbler to cool a ... cups of sugar. Add water in place of the canned juice. Serve plain or with milk.
Combine apples, 3/4 ... baking dish or Dutch oven, dot with ... fork tender and crust golden brown. It can also be baked in the oven at 350°F. Serves 6.
In a Dutch oven, put peaches ... bubbly, slightly thickened and cake mix is cooked through; approximately 25 to 30 more minutes. Makes 12 to 15 servings.
Line Dutch oven with aluminum foil. ... on the bottom. Cook 30 to 40 minutes or until cake mix is golden brown. Checking it about every 10 to 15 minutes.
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