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Dutch Oven Cookbook. Easy Recipes about the art of Slow Cooking Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 8891 KB
  • Print Length: 179 pages
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  • Publication Date: August 3, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JKOLI26
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I have to say I LOVE my cast iron Dutch oven so this book was really interesting to me, not only the history but the myriads of recipes included! I thought I used my Dutch oven a lot but I can see that now it will be put to even greater use.

Which type to get and where to buy? This book will explain the pros and cons of the different types - aluminum, cast-iron etc. The author also gives several seasoning "how tos" plus a list of accessories you might want to consider depending on what your source of heat is going to be.

Did you know that if you are converting a recipe for a Dutch oven you need to decrease the liquid called for as a Dutch oven "generates steam that does not escape thus creating more liquid in the finished dish?"

The list of recipes is included in the book description so therefore I am not going to relist them here. Each recipe has a photo accompanying it. The ingredients are clearly listed along with the directions. HOWEVER some of the recipe instructions are split into paragraphs for easy reading but others are not - one LONG paragraph so easy to get lost, having to keep rereading over what you have already done.
Please note that measurements are written for the American market - cups and ounces. A few of the recipes that caught my eye and that I am definitely going to try are:

Creamy Beef Pasta * Lamb Ragu * Peppery Pork Stew * Gingerbread * Root Vegetable Stew with Herbed Dumplings * Goulash * Cherry Clafouti * Damper * Blackberry Cobbler * Amish Cinnamon Bread * Crunchy Oat and Fruit Crisp

A recipe for everyone in this book! Some use all 'from scratch' ingredients, others require things like a cake mix or broth.
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By A. Brantley on February 21, 2015
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This cookbook provides a basic introduction to Dutch oven cooking, but I felt many of the recipes weren't what most people would be looking for. The book needs more down home recipes.
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anyone who loves CI can always get new ideas they havn't tried before. This gives you many new recipes to try your hand at.
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There are good recipes in here. None of them are "regular" recipes, they are more exotic. Good recipes, but if you are looking for mainstream, these will not suit your tastes.

Braised oxtail, black cherry cobbler that uses cherry soda, snap brownies that use graham crackers. Chicken with coconut milk. Etc...

The recipes are written out so they are easy to follow for the casual cook. There are pictures of the finished foods.

For a self published book, this one is a good one.
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MOSTLY FOR OUTDOOR COOKING
Sent it back. I wanted something to be utilized in my kitchen, not at a camp-site.
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I've been a fan of cast iron frying pans for years. So when my sister in law bought a cast iron Dutch oven coated in enamel I had to get one for myself. I use mine all winter to cook soups and stews. I love how it can go from stove to oven for slow cooking of meats. I can put something in my Dutch oven and let it slowly cook while I do house projects. Kind of like a slow cooker but with better results
This book had lots of great recipes to use with my new addition to my kitchen. Loved the e book format. I take my kindle to the grocery store when I shop for ingredients.

Chris Wodke
Author: Running for My Life-Winning for CMT
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I love one pot recipes and I adore my dutch oven. This cookbook has some wonderful recipes inside. A wide variety of recipes that cover a wide variety of foods from Italian to Mediterranean to even Vegan. I love the beginning of the book explaining the different types of dutch ovens and how to care for them. I also loved that every single recipe has a picture of the finished project. I look forward to trying all of these recipes. I found at least 5 that I can't wait to try. These are the kind of foods that feed the body, mind and soul.
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We a camping family! But we had only a few of the standard recipes to use with our Dutch over, not even enough to make it worth packing the pot in the back of the van with our other supplies. Then we got the dutch oven cookbook and now our large pot rides along in a place of pride - in fact 'where's the Dutch oven?' is a frequent question as we shove the tailgate closed in preparation for another weekend in the wilds. We wouldn't dream of missing the meals we now prepare from the cookbook!
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