Dutch Oven Recipes – Dutch Oven Chicken
A Recipe for great Dutch oven chicken !
There are many different recipes for great tasting Dutch oven chicken that
we could go on for days talking about our grandmother’s best chicken.
Fact is that there is just something about a good cast iron Dutch oven when it
comes to making a deep dish pot of chicken stew or a good chicken pie.
A Dutch oven is something you can create your own recipe with because there
is no define recipe when it comes to Dutch oven cooking.
Put a good cut of chicken with vegetables & a cup of wine or two in your cast iron
cookware for a great Dutch oven chicken meal you will enjoy tonight.
Not only great tasting but it will smell up your home like your grandmother’s
house smelled all those years ago.
There are many resources when picking out your cast iron cookware along with
many different brands & styles to choose from. If you’re cooking over an open fire
you will want a good selection of preseason cast iron cookware for easy non
stick cooking on your camping trip. Most of us prefer a fancy look in our own kitchens
& select an enamel coated pan that can be selected in many different styles of skillets
roasting pans or Dutch ovens. Today there is a choice of ceramic enamel aluminum
cookware that offers a look of enamel while being much lighter to handle.
One of our favorite recipes to share around our campfire is this recipe.
Chicken & Dumplin’s Recipe
1 LB Boneless Chicken Tenders
1/2 Bag Carrots
1 Large Onion
6 Stalks of Celery
6 Medium Sized Potatoes
1 TSP oil
2 Cans Cream of Chicken Soup
1 Can Biscuits or Mix up 2 cups of Bisquik Mix
Spoon for Stirring & Serving
Cut up Chicken, Carrots, Onions, Celery.
Place Dutch oven on coals, add oil then Chicken. Cook until slightly browned. Add Onion, Celery, Carrots and Potatoes and cup of water. Cover and simmer 15 minutes. Add 2 cans of Cream of Chicken Soup and water to the consistancy of gravy. Cover and simmer an additional 15 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Add bisquits to top of mixture, cook covered 20 – 25 minutes. Bisquik dropped by spoonfuls can be used in place of bisquits.
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