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  Home : Dutch Ovens Recipes : October

Dutch Oven Recipes
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Dinner in a Pumpkin
2 tbs. Oil
2 1/2 tsp Salt
Diced Onion
2 tsp. Oregano
2 tsp. Garlic
1 tsp. Vinegar
1/3 cup Chopped Green Olive
1 can Tomato Sauce
1 tsp. Pepper
2 lb. Hamburger
1/2 cup Chopped Ham
1 Chopped Green Pepper
1/2 cup Cooked Rice

Combine all ingredients and cook until tender in a fry pan. Cut lid off a 10" pumpkin, or in a pumpkin that will fit inside your dutch oven, and clean out. You can do 4 or 5 small pumpkins too. Place meat mixture inside pumpkin. Bake for about 1 hour or until you smell it. Serve the meal from the pumpkin. Scooping out some of the baked pumpkin gives you a vegetable with your meal.

From the Log Cabin Holidays and Traditions page 96

Octoberfest Ribs
2 1/2 Lb. Pork Ribs
3 to 4 lb. Sauerkraut, drained
2 Yellow Onions, peeled and quartered
2 Tart Green Apples, cored, quartered and peeled
1/4 cup Brown Sugar
8 Juniper Berries or 1 tbs. Caraway Seeds

In a 12" Dutch Oven, layer sauerkraut, onions, apples, and seeds. Be sure to warm and oil dutch oven before. Sprinkle with brown sugar and add rib's. Bake at 350 degrees for 2 hours or until ribs are tender. You will be able to smell the ribs when they are done in the Dutch Oven. Try not to lift the lid until the smell is there. If you do you will add 15 min. to the cooking time. This recipe is great served with Potato Salad or Cucumber Salad.

From the Log Cabin Holidays and Traditions page 102

Dutch Oven Checklist
___ Dutch Ovens
___ Lid Lifter
___ Lid Rest
___ Dutch Oven Trivets
___ Charcoal Briquets (Kingsford)
___ Lighter Fluid, and matches
___ Charcoal Starter
___ Spoons,fork, knife, can opener, cutting board, hot pads, vegetable peeler, and measuring cups and spoons.
___ Aluminum Foil
___ Cook Book
___ Long Tongs
___ Whisk
___ Gloves
___ Storage Bag
___ Paper Towels
___ Dutch Oven Scraper
___ Spray bottle of vinegar
___ Spray bottle of oil
___ Don't forget the Food!!!

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