|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.
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1 - 10 of 22 for dutch potato filling
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Cook and mash potatoes using 1/4 pound butter and milk as needed. Salt and pepper to taste. Beat eggs for 3 minutes then fold into mashed potatoes. ...
Saute onion and celery in a little butter. Add bread cubes and brown lightly. Add egg to mashed potatoes; beat well. Add parsley and salt and pepper ...
Saute onion and celery in 1 tablespoon butter. Add bread, onion and celery and 2 eggs to mashed potatoes. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees.
Mix eggs and ... and all seasoning in with the filling. Put the potato filling in a greased casserole dish and bake for 1 hour at 375 degrees. Serves 6.
Saute onions in butter. Mash potatoes and stir in enough milk to make quite thin. Add eggs (beaten in about 1/2 cup milk). Stir in onions, salt and ...
Prepare mashed potatoes; ... until top of filling is browned. Serves ... alternative to mashed potatoes or served as an accompaniment to Thanksgiving turkey.
Saute onion and celery in butter. Add egg and milk to mashed potatoes. Mix well and add parsley, salt and pepper. Add toasted bread cubes and sauteed ...
Peel, cut and cook potatoes in water. Saute onion in butter. When onion is beginning to brown, add bread cubes and brown them also. When potatoes are ...
While potatoes are ... and make into potato cakes. If you ... This can be prepared in advance and heated just before time to serve, if your day is crowded.
Boil potatoes until done. Saute chopped onion in butter until soft and yellow. Drain potatoes and mash using about 3/4 cup milk. Mix in sauteed onion ...
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