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    Dutch Oven

    Camp Chef Pan Scraper set of 2

    The Camp Chef pan scraper sett of 2 is perfect for all the cast iron cooking accessories. Also rippled surfaces can be cleaned easy!

    € 3,90 *

    Camp Chef Deluxe Dutch Oven DO-12

    Baking, roasting and cooking all is possible with the Dutch Oven. A true classic of the outdoor cooking! Massive cast iron execution!

    € 84,95 *

    Camp Chef Lid Remover Pro

    The Camp Chef lid remover pro assures a safe use of the hot cast iron of the Dutch Oven. This is available in different dimensions.

    € 24,90 *

    Maverick ET-733 Barbecue Funk-Thermometer Set

    The Maverick ET-733 Funk Thermometer set is a real ease for when you are grilling. With this device two temperatures can be measured at the same time.

    € 69,90 *

    Camp Chef Square Dutch Oven DO-13S

    The practical 13'' Dutch Oven with corners and edges for extremely easy use

    € 89,90 *

    Maverick ProTemp PT-100BBQ Thermocouple red/black

    The Maverick Pro Temp PT-100 BBQ Thermocouple is a very precise thermometer that has a deviation of maximum one degree. The device is also very robust.

    € 69,90 *

    Camp Chef 25th Anniversary Cast Iron Set

    Unique 12'' Classic Dutch Oven and Skillet Set from Camp Chef on its 25th anniversary! Great gift!

    € 99,00 *

    Camp Chef Cast Iron Muffin Form

    The Camp Chef cast iron muffin topper pan has six muffin forms of 9,5 cm each. Not only muffins can be made in this forms.

    € 34,90 *

    Camp Chef Cast Iron Pan rectangular with Ripple Bottom

    The rectangular Camp Chef cast iron pan assures the typical grill pattern without needing to use a grill. The rippled bottom is responsible for this.

    € 34,90 *
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    Camp Chef Chimney starter XL

    A chimney starter makes the ignition of coals and briquettes easier so that nothing stays in the way of your grilling pleasure. Ideal in an XL size if you need even more coals

    RRP € 34,90 € 29,90 *

    Camp Chef Carrying bag for 12er Dutch Oven

    Carrying bag for the Dutch Oven, makes transport and storage easy

    € 29,90 *

    Camp Chef Cast Iron Pan 36 cm

    The Camp Chef cast iron pan 36 cm has a rim height of 5 cm.

    € 44,90 *

    Camp Chef Cast Iron pan 25 cm

    The Camp Chef cast iron pan 25cm is made from heat resistant cast iron. With this pan a wild feeling cones to life.

    € 24,90 *

    Camp Chef Cast Iron Teapot

    The Camp Chef cast iron teapot is rustic and nostalgic. It can be used in the grill as well as on a open flame.

    € 54,90 *

    Dutch Oven Fibel XXL (German)

    A useful book with over 100 delicious recipes and interesting know-how about the Dutch Oven. Here all the questions surrounding the cooking with the Dutch Oven are answered!

    € 17,95 *

    Dutch Oven - the extremely versatile fire pot for outdoor cooking fun!

    This cooking device is very similar to a fire pot. Both are made of heat-resistant cast iron and are suitable for the production of many different, delicious dishes. Often the two terms are put together among grill friends. Find out everything you need to know about a Dutch Oven in the following article!

    History:

    The origin of the Dutch Oven is not fully documented. What is certain is that many people of the earth have used similar devices for centuries for cooking etc. The term Dutch Oven originally comes from England. In the 18th century, a manufacturer patented a method for the melting of cast iron, for which he found inspiration in Holland. From that point on, the Briton manufactures cookware for the entire Empire. The Dutch Oven, as it has been called ever since, finds its way into today's USA. There, the European settlers spread the Dutch Oven over the entire country. Some historians call the Dutch Oven, as the most important metallic device during the colonization of the West, even topping the revolver.

    What you can cook in it:

    In a Dutch Oven you can make a lot of dishes. The possibilities range from soups, stews to own bread or even cakes. Even the Sunday roast can be prepared without difficulty in a Dutch oven. Stews of every kind are also very successful in a Dutch Oven. Of course, this also applies to the classic Chilli con Carne. This dish has to simmer for several hours. For this, the cooking appliance is ideal. What tastes better than a well-pulled chilli from an open hearth?

    How not to use it:

    Under no circumstances should an empty Dutch Oven stand in the embers or on the fire for a long time. The heat can easily break the unfilled cookware.

    Principle:

    The Dutch Oven is a pot with thick walls made out of cast iron. The extra thick cast-iron walls are of course excellent heat storage. Of course, the material is also very robust and of course not very light. However, the weight is important for the stability, so overturning is almost impossible. Once the lid is closed, you can also put hot coal on top of the pot. But the lid itself, is provided with high edges. This gives you a constant supply of heat from both the lower and the upper side. Thanks to this method, you can really see the Dutch Oven like a small oven and use it as such.

    Which cooking methods are possible with a Dutch Oven?

    You can use this outdoor kitchen appliance almost universally.

    Of course, you can use the Dutch Oven like a normal pot and cook in it. Even braising is possible with this outdoor kitchen appliance. You can also roast with a Dutch oven. You can even fry and bake in a Dutch oven. All cooking methods at a glance are:

    • Cooking
    • Frying
    • Baking

    What you should do before you use it for the first time:

    Before you use the Dutch Oven for the first time, it is advisable to "burn it in" first. But what is meant by that and how does it work? Often new Dutch Ovens are treated with a protective wax layer. This must be removed with a sponge or brush along with some detergent and water. Then the Dutch Oven is dried and rubbed with sunflower oil. Then the cooking utensil is turned upside down on the grill or the oven rack. However, it is advisable to carry out the burning in the open due to the strong smoke. The lid can simply be placed on the three feet of the Dutch Oven. Now, the oil is baked at 200-250 ° C in the pot. You should leave the Dutch Oven for about an hour and a half. The purpose behind it is that the oil gets thinner due to the heat and can penetrate into the cast iron. The resulting layer protects against rust and is at the same time a non-stick coating.

    Can you use the Dutch Oven everywhere?

    The cooking appliance can be used in many ways. Because of the refractory material that makes such a Dutch Oven, you can even place it directly in an open hearth. The tripod ensures a secure footing. With a frame, you can also hang it on the handles over the fire. This allows you to act much more freely on the cookware instead of cooking in one rigid place.

    The proper care of the Dutch Oven:

    Of course, the Dutch Oven must be thoroughly cleaned of the leftovers after each use. To remove stubborn dirt, you can use some warm water. However, dish soap is not a good idea. This could be attacking the protective layer. The next time you can use the cooking utensil without hesitation, you should just brush it with a thin layer of oil after cleaning.

    The care clearly includes proper storage. Because the Dutch Oven is made of cast iron, it needs a dry place as storage. In addition, you should always make sure that the lid is not directly on the Dutch Oven while the cookware is being stored. The air inside need to be able to circulate, otherwise the oil layer will go rancid. You will notice this if there is a slightly sour taste in the cooked food.

    Conclusion:

    A Dutch Oven has a lot of similarity to the well-known fire pot. Therefore, both terms are often used as synonyms. This special cookware originated in England. From there, it conquered the North American continent. You can use a lot of cooking methods in a Dutch Oven and therefore, create a lot of wonderful dishes with it.  You can even bake in it or prepare the Sunday roast with its help. The areas of application are just as varied! Thanks to the robustness, you can even place a Dutch Oven directly in the embers. That's what he's done for! A practical tripod always ensures the necessary safety. Do not place it empty in the fire. The cast iron could become porous and even break in the worst case. But it is also possible to hang the cast-iron pot directly above the hearth. Before the first use, you have to burn the Dutch Oven once. If you properly use the cookware, you will enjoy it for a very long time.