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Grandpa John’s Famous Dutch Oven Recipes

Table of Contents
Tools Needed
Preparing & Seasoning Your Dutch Oven
Cleaning Your Dutch Oven
Buying a Dutch Oven
Buying an indoor Dutch oven
Buying an Outdoor Dutch oven
Tips on Cooking with Your Dutch Oven
Section Two: Recipes
Dijon Chicken Stew
One-Dish Chicken & Rice
Sweet Potato & Black Bean Chili
Autumn Chicken Stew
Jamaican Curried Shrimp & Mango Soup
Braised Winter Vegetable Pasta
Leek, Potato & Spinach Stew
Indian-Spiced Eggplant & Cauliflower Stew
Salmon Chowder
Peppery Pork Stew
Beef Stew Recipe
Vegetarian Black-Bean Chili
Pork Rib Ragu
Turkey and White-Bean Chili
Golden Lentil Stew
Manhattan Fish Chowder
Quiche Lorraine
Country Breakfast
Dad’s Breakfast
Dutch oven All in One Breakfast
One Pan Breakfast
Dutch oven Pot Roast
Barbecue Sauce (Family Secret )
Heart Healthy Dutch oven Ribs
Chuck Wagon Brisket
BBQ Beef
Dutch oven Stew
Home Grown Stew
Swiss Chicken & Vegetables
Dutch Oven Teriyaki Chicken
Chicken Washington
Heart Healthy Chicken Cordon Bleu
Dutch Oven Chicken
BBQ Chicken
Cashew Chicken
Chicken Enchilada Casserole
Pork Loin Roast
Pork Chops and Potatoes
Little Smokies
Barbecued Spare Ribs
Fresh Rainbow Trout
Dutch Oven Pizza
Easy Dutch oven Lasagna
Dutch oven Potatoes
Double Good Potatoes
Dutch Oven Potatoes & Cheese
Onion Rings
Baked Beans
Bob White Burritos
Patio Beans
Cream Soda Biscuits
Dutch Oven Rolls
Pioneer Dutch Oven Cornbread
Pioneer Dutch Oven Bread
Hard Tack
Fry Bread
Dad’s Campout Bread
Norwegian Crisp Bread
Indian Fry Bread
Honey Butter
Raspberry Delight
Fruit Cobbler
Dutch oven Mixed Surprise
Chocolate Carmel Cake
Quick Cherry Cobbler
Cherry Cobbler
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Apple Spice Cobbler
Fruit Cobblers
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Chocolate Chip Cookies

After many years as a scoutmaster teaching boys to cook he decided to put his recipes together and find other peoples favorite family recipes from around the community and put them together into a cookbook that he could share. At first it was a fund raiser for scouts to go to camp and then it has just evolved over time as a great collection of family recipes that anyone with a Dutch oven can use to cook, over an open fire, with briquettes or just in your house oven. Simple easy recipes.
There is nothing better than being at the family cabin and cooking a great meal and being with family. Some of the family favorites are the Dutch oven lasagna or the stew. We hope you have as much enjoyment from cooking and sharing these recipes as we have had making this book and cooking these recipes in our family.

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Dutch oven, in today’s usage, is a heavy metal, covered pot that is used for cooking. The Dutch ovens are either made of aluminum (relatively light in weight) or cast iron (very heavy). Majority of today’s Dutch oven are made with legs to support them over the source of heat.

I think cooking in a Dutch oven is one of the pleasures of life. It’s not easy to duplicate the feeling of cooking outdoors in a big pot over hot coals. It’s not easy to duplicate that flavor too –a cross between using a slow cooker and cooking over a fire.

Dutch ovens have been around for decades and decades. Now that many people do their daily cooking indoors in modern ovens and on stoves, Dutch oven cooking seems like is more for campers and hobbyists. It’s a lot of fun and if you have not enjoyed Dutch oven cooking as the eater or cook, you have been missing out a lot!

Cooking with a Dutch oven might seem a bit complicated or intimidating. I totally agree! However, what you put into the Dutch oven is pretty uncomplicated and simple; the cooking part is where it can become a bit tricky. There is a little learning curve to understand the temperature and timing, but once you cover these two things, you’ll be set.

Dutch ovens are incredibly versatile –you can bake or cook practically anything. So, the time has come to pull out your most favorite recipes and a pen and paper and start taking some notes!

You will have to borrow or buy a few things to get ready for the Dutch oven adventures. You do not need a ton of tools, but there are a few a must-haves that you don’t want to be without. Here is a list of the essential tools you will require for your Dutch cooking.

Tools Needed

Here are the essentials of Dutch oven cooking.

• Dutch ovens (one or more if you are cooking for a crowd)

• Charcoal chimney starter

• Charcoal briquettes

• Barbecue lighter or matches

• Lid lifter

• Something to put the lid on (a muffin tin is great)

• Heavy leather gloves

• Straw broom

• Cooking supplies

• Eating utensils

• High heat resistant gloves

• Scrapers, paper towels, and nylon scrub pads

• Lighter fluid, optional

Preparing & Seasoning Your Dutch Oven

Just as with anything, Dutch oven cooking adventure requires some preparation and planning. Purchase a Dutch oven earlier enough to ensure you’ve adequate time to season it; a Dutch oven that has been seasoned well makes it easier to cook and clean up. Dutch ovens should be treated just like pans and cast iron skillets; it’s the same process of preparation and care.

There are many ways of seasoning a Dutch oven, but they all have the same basic approach. Seasoning a Dutch oven prevents the metal from rusting, creates a nonstick surface making it easier to clean up, and adds a tasty subtle flavor that’s unsurpassed by other types of cookware.

Season your Dutch oven well and rub the inside with a small amount of oil each time you use it. Simply pour a little oil in the bottom of the Dutch oven and wipe the entire inside with a paper towel. You don’t need to wipe the outside with