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Post by oneday on Sun 12 Jul 2015, 10:50 am

leg of lamb on the bush oven and vegies ready to go..
u wouldn't be dead for quids.
always extras just in case someone comes in unannounced.
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couple of beers and away we go.

bugger all gold for me but Mark picked up a couple and Joel nailed about 10 pieces for about a gram.

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Post by Banjo on Sun 12 Jul 2015, 1:51 pm

Geez, you blokes have certainly lifted your game in the culinary department Shocked

What brand of camp oven is that Ray ?
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Post by oneday on Sun 12 Jul 2015, 3:21 pm

60 Litre cut in half Castrol version.

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Post by nightjar on Sun 12 Jul 2015, 4:56 pm

Yep Ray! Nothing like bush cooking, here is a tried and proven we have used for years;

Bush Tucker.
Roast Chicken & vegies

1. Two large aluminium trays.

2. Dig a hole and light fire to get good supply of hot, glowing coals. ****Caution**** Cover hole, or extinguish fire when finished so no one steps into it in the dark.

3. Place chicken in foil tray, pour oil (preferably “olive”) over chicken. Peel a whole onion and cut in half and place either side of chicken… Insert a clove of garlic inside chicken.. (Not essential)

4. Cover tray with several layers of alfoil (usually four).

5. Place tray on bare ground, cover with a thick layer of ash. Now shovel hot glowing coals onto the tray ensuring it is completely covered. Check the time!!!!

6. Prepare vegies, place in plastic bag and dust with cornflour. Place in second tray with olive oil and cover with foil.

7. Open tin of peas/ beans or what ever ready for heating.

8. Mix up a packet of Chicken gravy and water and place on side of cooking fire grate to simmer.

9. When the chicken has been cooking for one hour, place veg tray next to it... Once again repeat step 5.

10. Note the time and now heat the greens and prepare the gravy.

11. 40 minutes after recovering with coals remove chicken and vegies.
12. Total cooking time 1 hour 40 minutes for a family size chicken & roast vegies.

***The same for leg of lamb except 1 1/2 hours for leg + the 40 minutes for the veg. Total 2 hours 10 minutes.***

Enjoy, they are delicious.





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Post by nightjar on Sun 12 Jul 2015, 4:59 pm

Here is one for damper in camp oven;

3 cups self-rising flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
Scoop of marg/butter
1 cup milk
Cup of water or beer
Mix the flour, salt & marg into a bowl.
Add milk to make a soft dough then add water/beer stirring with wooden spoon until you have a non sticky mixture.
Knead lightly on floured board until smooth. Shape into round loaf.
Place in camp oven and cover with sheet of alfoil before fitting lid. (Keeps the ash out)
Place on ground and completely cover with cold ash.
Now shovel hot coals completely covering camp oven again.
35 minutes later you have damper.
There are many additives you can experiment with. eg: raisins, cheese, baked beans, jam, vegemite, sardines etc etc.
***Note*** If you do add extras that have a liquid content extend cooking time by 10 minutes.

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Post by Banjo on Sun 12 Jul 2015, 5:16 pm

FFS, the camp oven not ur kicked in oversize tin Laughing
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Post by oneday on Sun 12 Jul 2015, 7:11 pm

cheers Peter.
I have taken a photo on my iphone for next time we go bush so here hoping.

will try the Damper first.

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