Camping can be great fun, especially if it is combined with awesome food. Consider some of these winning Dutch oven recipes that you can cook for your family or friends during your camping trips.
4 pounds of pure ground beef
2 cups of bread crumbs or flour
1 large onion, chopped
2 tablespoons of salt
3 eggs, beaten well
1 cup milk
Half tablespoon of pepper
In a container, combine the beef, onion, salt, eggs and pepper and half the bread crumbs. Mix thoroughly. Roll into a log shape, and cover with remaining bread crumbs. Well grease the dutch oven and then put the meat mixture in. Put the lid on the oven and place in the coals of the fire and leave for about an hour and a half. Take the lid off and add the ketchup and brown sugar. Then place the lid back on and cook for a further 15 minutes. If the fire is too hot, the dinner will burn, so make sure you cook your meat loaf in the coals and not the fire.
Pineapple Delight Cake
1 pack cake mix, yellow
3 pieces of eggs, beaten
1 can pineapple slices
1/2 cup butter
1 cup sugar, brown or white
1 and 1/2 cup of pineapple juice
8 pieces cherries
Melt the butter in Dutch oven. Place the pineapple slices over the bottom of the dutch oven and place a cherry on top of each piece of pineapple. Follow the instructions for making up the cake mix and then pour the cake mix over the pineapple and cherries. Place the oven in the coals of the fire to cook for half an hour. Let it cool slightly inside the oven after baking and before serving. While cooking, keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn't burn. Enjoy.
Cooked sausage or processed meat products such as ham or bacon
3 tablespoons flour or bread crumbs
Salt and pepper to taste
Water or milk
Add the flour to the butter in your hot skillet until it becomes brown. Add water or milk to the flour to thin it, then add pepper and salt. Continue stirring the mixture until it regains its thick constancy. Add the sausage or processed meat product to the mixture.
1 whole turkey
1 pound of pork sausage
6 cups of bread crumbs
Cover the turkey with seasoning and other poultry spices. Meanwhile, fry the onions and pork sausage in your oven. Then combine this mixture with the bread crumbs. Stuff the turkey with this and put in the dutch oven and bake for 3 and half hours.
These Dutch oven recipes are so easy to make and taste great, and you'll have the family asking for more.