Successful baking in a Dutch Oven is an amazing skill to have. I can make a fair loaf of bread and I recently added biscuits to the mix but what I found on The Texas Iron Chef was pretty humbling to say the least!
Baking pie, cake, or bread in a camp Dutch oven over charcoal is tricky for many different reasons, especially temperature control. Nothing is more discouraging than burning food! Another challenge is to remove our baked goods from the Dutch oven without it falling apart. In this post, I will describe how we prepared our 12″ camp Dutch and how we cool it down so that we can successfully remove a pie or cake to serve it to our friends and family.
Check out http://texasironchef.me/2013/07/14/successful-baking-in-a-dutch-oven/ for the full article!
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