Bread Rolls

Prep Time: 2 hours Cook Time: 25 minutes Serves: 12-16 rolls Ingredients: 1/4 cup warm water 1 packet (2 1/4 tsp) dry active yeast 1 cup milk 3 tablespoon unsalted butter, room temperature 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon honey 3/4 teaspoon salt 3 cups unbleached all-purpose white flour, plus more as needed 1 teaspoon vegetable […]

Updated: February 5, 2017 by admin

Lamb Shanks

This recipe is easy to make and looks very impressive. Lamb Shank is typically relatively inexpensive because it’s such a tough cut of meat. However, slowly braising it in liquid (which later becomes the sauce) makes it juicy, tender, and absolutely delicious! It literally falls right off the bone.

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Camp Oven Bread

Camp Oven Bread – How do you make bread in the bush? It’s simple, you just buy the bread mix from your local store. Blend the packet bread mix and yeast in a large bowl. Add lukewarm water and mix to form a dough. Knead vigorously for at least 10 minutes until smooth and elastic.

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Pizza Base

You’ll never buy traditional pizza bases again. This tasty alternative is quick and easy to make. The recipe quantity will make two 12 inch pizza bases. If you like a thin crust you can leave out the yeast.

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Savory Scones

These savory scones are delicious and so simple and quick to make. Hint: Use a rack in the bottom of the camp oven as you don’t need much heat to cook the scones. Also, place a small amount of coals on top of the lid.

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Lemonade Scones

Camp Oven Lemonade Scones are best eaten straight out of the oven with a dollop of strawberry jam and cream! The lemonade gives them a delightful tangy sweetness and make a tasty afternoon treat.

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Camp Oven Damper

Damper is one of Australia’s popular camp oven treats and is so easy to make. As with all bread type recipes, the use of a trivet or tray in the bottom of the camp oven is necessary to protect the bottom of the damper from burning.

Updated: February 5, 2017 by admin

Camp Oven Accessories

So you’ve now got your camp oven, here are some suggestions to put on the birthday or Christmas present wish list. There are a few tools you really should have for safety and basic cooking, but the rest can be acquired over time. Here’s the things you can add to your collection in the order […]

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Camp Oven Tips

Cast iron camp ovens are a great way to cook a variety of food including breads, roasts, stews and casseroles. With these helpful tips you are well on your way to cooking that perfect meal. Always keep an eye on your camp oven. There should always be someone monitoring any fire. If steam is forcing […]

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Storing a Camp Oven

Storing a Camp Oven correctly is important and if taken care of will give a lifetime of use. So, you’ve cleaned your camp oven and either heading off to your next camp or heading home. Now, you need to store your camp oven for a few months and prevent it from rusting and going rancid. […]

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How to Season a Camp Oven

Seasoning your new camp oven is an easy process and must be done before using it for the first time. Seasoning your camp oven creates a non-stick layer on the inside of the camp oven. This layer will darken and turn black over time and is a sign of a well used and well cared-for […]

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Choosing a Camp Oven

Nothing beats the taste and convenience of cooking your favourite meal on an open fire than using a camp oven. It doesn’t matter whether you like using hot coals on an open fire or cooking on a gas stove, it’s a versatile and easy way to cook either inside or outside your caravan. Cast iron […]

Updated: April 11, 2017 by admin
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