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Try one of these Scouter-approved recipes, below, and your Scouts will be talking about your delicious Dutch oven creation for years to come. Head to the Dutch Oven Cooking—Getting Started Guide to gather the know-how you’ll need to tackle these delectable recipes on your next outing. Serves: 10-12 Recipe by Tom Betancourt, Troop 616 Scoutmaster, Harrington Park, N. Tom took first place in the side dish division of the Scouting magazine 2009 “Great Tastes in Camp Cooking” contest. Pour cream over potato mixture and place butter slices on top.
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Magazine will name two Master Chefs with expertise in either sweet or savory Dutch oven creations. Tim and Christine Conners, authors of several Scout-centric cookbooks, will test your creations and name two Master Chefs. Rice is done when all liquid is absorbed and rice is soft. Photograph by Pat Haverfield; styling by Trace Hayes. Serve warm with a dollop of Cool Whip and cherries on top. Barber, Troop 122 assistant Scoutmaster, Shasta Lake, Calif. Bake in a 12-inch Dutch oven at 350 degrees (16 coals on top, 10 coals below) for 45 minutes. Put bottom coals on top of lid and tilt the lid slightly open for 15-20 minutes until browned on top. Kent Rappleye, an Eagle Scout and the International Dutch Oven Society’s president.
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Each winner will receive a $200 prize package sponsored by Lodge, including a BSA skillet, BSA Dutch oven, pair of mitts, lid-lifting tool and Lodge cookbook. The winning recipes, along with our favorite runners-up, will be published in the September-October issue. If all the liquid is absorbed and rice is not soft, add additional liquid. " data-medium-file="https://i2com/scoutingmagazine.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Dutch101_Rice.jpg? fit=243,300&ssl=1" data-large-file="https://i2com/scoutingmagazine.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Dutch101_Rice.jpg? fit=650,800&ssl=1" / THREE RIVERS MUDDY DELIGHT CAKE 1 box Jiffy Devil’s Food Cake Mix 1 egg ¼ cup baking cocoa 1 cup brown sugar 2 cups hot water 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon coconut extract 1 cup chocolate chips 1 cup coconut flakes 8 cherries 8 ounces Cool Whip 1. Mix the box of Jiffy Devil Cake per instructions and set aside. Select a disposable aluminum cake pan, and pinch the edges of the pan to ease removal of the finished cake from oven. Pour prepared batter into the cake pan and place in Dutch oven. Replace the lid and wait 3 minutes for chocolate chips to melt. David took first place in the dessert division of the Scouting magazine 2009 “Great Tastes in Camp Cooking” contest. I guarantee once your Scouts get a taste of this dish, if you ever ask them if they want scalloped or cheese potatoes again, they will all cry out, “No! Photograph Pat Haverfield; styling by Angela Yeung.
Dutch Oven Recipes - Scouting magazine
If you’re like me, trying to come up with ideas for camping food can be daunting if you want to move past hamburgers, hot dogs and poptarts for you campsite.
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