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Aug 3rd, 2008 at 11:17am

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Not a complete vegetarian meal unless you add beans, but a great way to use veggies.

2 potatoes (sliced thin)
2 carrots (sliced thin)
1 stick celery (chopped small)
2-3 mushrooms (chopped)
1 x 420g mushroom soup (approx) (can or tetra pack)

In greased tin layer potatoes & carrots (not flat on bottom), sprinkle celery and mushrooms.
Pour over mushroom soup.
Place in camp oven for 1 hour or until veggies are cooked.

Probably can be cooked directly in camp oven, just haven't tried it yet.

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Reply #1 - Aug 4th, 2008 at 7:27am

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Your an inspiration Barb, great ideas.  I gather that all food is recommended to be cooked direct in the CO.

For us newies the thought of scraping off burnt food makes us feel like using tins or foil.  I gather with more experience to get the heat right on the bottom of the CO this problem wont happen.

We did a commercial trip with 13 to "The Tip" camping and with wood fires and CO's used for dinner and never was any lining used.  I have to admit there was a deginated person to clean the CO's  Roll Eyes and around here thats ME!!! 
 

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Reply #2 - Aug 5th, 2008 at 12:46pm

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Carolyn™ wrote on Aug 4th, 2008 at 7:27am:
Your an inspiration Barb, great ideas.  I gather that all food is recommended to be cooked direct in the CO.

For us newies the thought of scraping off burnt food makes us feel like using tins or foil.  I gather with more experience to get the heat right on the bottom of the CO this problem wont happen.

We did a commercial trip with 13 to "The Tip" camping and with wood fires and CO's used for dinner and never was any lining used.  I have to admit there was a deginated person to clean the CO's  Roll Eyes and around here thats ME!!!  


I always use tins for pies, bread, pizza's, potato bake etc, it also lets you throw some thing else straight in (desert) without having to clean it out first & lose your heat!
& yes cleaning at the end is non existant! Smiley Smiley

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Reply #3 - Aug 5th, 2008 at 1:07pm

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Just getting myself a little collection of tins that can fit in the 10" CO! 

I will post a thread about tins in Chew the Fat.

Barb
 

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