Rohais Belrose. Dutch Oven. May 10th , 2017.
Lodge Dutch ovens come in a variety of exciting colors that you will love. The colored Dutch ovens by Lodge are chip-resistant and have a porcelain enamel finish. These ovens will not tarnish, as well, even after years of usage. When it comes to the features of the ovens, each comes with a tight-fitting lid that seals in heat and moisture. Thus, food cooks faster, and you can enjoy the rich taste of any meal because of the great texture and wonderful aroma. You can make casseroles, stews, soups and so much more with the help of this smart cookware.
Once a local mall in my area offered a cookware grand midnight sale, in my excitement I showed up an hour before the sale opened expecting to be among the firsts to get the best offers. Instead, I couldn`t get into the right cookware to buy until almost an hour after the sale had started, and by then the items had been pretty cleanly picked-over. Had I planned ahead what to buy, I could have brought something home, but I`m sure others were able to find good deals.
Accessories are an important part of your camp cooking gear! Some are just out-and-out essential, while some you may find are more of a luxury. I leave you to decide whether you want to stick to the basics or go with the works. Following is a small list of some handy tools that will make camp cooking easily possible for the camp cook. Some Dutch oven accessories include...
With your warm Dutch Oven, apply a coat of oil. Use salt free oil like olive oil or vegetable oil. Coat the entire oven with oil. Then, put t back in the kitchen oven to heat for an hour. You can leave the Dutch Oven upright, but leave the lid ajar so air can circulate. Remove the Dutch Oven and let cool slowly. Once it is only warm, place another coat on the Dutch Oven and put back in the kitchen stove again for 1 hour at 350. Remove it and let it cool down again and then add your third coat of oil. Now you have 2 coats of oil banked in and one final coat applied while warm. Your Dutch Oven is ready to use or store until your campout.
On the other hand are Kitchen Dutch ovens that are also called "bean pot ovens". Made of heavy cast iron with smooth bottoms and no legs, they are rimless with high domes and 2 handles. Dutch ovens are commonly made of aluminum or cast iron. The latter is heavier (20 pounds) and you need to protect it from moisture as it is susceptible to rusting. Cast iron ovens won`t easily burn your food and they retain heat, which makes them ideal for use in cold places. Meanwhile, aluminum Dutch ovens are lighter at 7 pounds and they are easier to maintain and clean. They won`t rust but extremely high temperatures can cause them to melt. However, they cool and heat up faster so they are ideal for cooking food that needs to be cooled down immediately.
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