Dutch Oven Potatoes

Dutch Oven Cooking
 My husbands does all of the cooking when we go camping. (Okay, he does his fair share at home too!)
Over the years he has mixed, added, stirred, and perfected some of the best Dutch Oven Meals you’ll ever eat.
Here he is cooking his yummy Green Chili Pork Chops and his award winning potatoes, (notice the two Dutch oven’s) but I can only share one at a time so today I’m sharing, with his help, his recipe for…

David’s Dutch Oven Potatoes

I use a pre starter for the coals. (pictured above) Use a #12 dutch oven. I put six coals underneath and eight to ten on top. This will give you about 350* degree oven.
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Dutch Oven Potatoes

Dutch Oven Potatoes

Ingredients

2.5 lbs. Potatoes

1 lb. bacon

1 large onion

1 medium sized ham steak

1 can cream of mushroom soup

1 lb. bag fiesta blend grated cheese

Instructions

Peel and thinly slice potatoes. Cut up bacon into pieces and slice onion. Then cut ham into small squares.

Place bacon in bottom of dutch oven, add onions, half the potatoes and salt and pepper.

Add ham and the rest of potatoes, salt and pepper. Last add soup then cover and cook for 2 hours.

Add the cheese and lightly stir all together, cover and let stand for a few minutes.

Serve and Enjoy!

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group pic Potatoes
This picture show’s the different steps and layers. Check recipe above.

These Dutch Oven Potatoes go right along with the state of Idaho that we have learned about this week…You don’t have to wait to go camping to enjoy these potatoes, we cook them right in our backyard or in your own oven. So give them a try and you’ll to have award winning potatoes.
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Comments

  1. says

    Ok. First I just have to say I love potatoes no matter how they are cooked. But these look awesome. What a fun tutorial. I especially liked the way you overlapped the ingredients photo's. How clever. I enjoyed my visit so much that I am following you in my little blue slippers! I hope you'll come by and see me when you get a chance. I am writing a post for Make My Saturday Sweet.

      • says

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      • says

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  2. says

    OH MY GOODNESS!! Even our hubbys could be friends. Dutch oven cooking happens here also!! Yes, we have a couple stacks of dutch ovens. Love the foodies that come out of them:)

    • says

      I am new to your blog, and the blog world in general but I have to let you know I LOVE it! I just fnesihid Eat, Pray, Love and found it a pleasure. Was sad when I fnesihid. I’ll check my bookshelves and get back about suggestions but just wanted to express my new found joy for your blog. Thank You

  3. says

    Yup. These look really really good. I love baked potatoes on the grill as long as I don't burn them up completely. :) Take care and thanks for linking. See you next week, my friend? Linda

  4. says

    Hi Wanda Ann,
    I really think I might be able to taste this awesome potato recipe, this looks fantastic! Hope you are having a great Valentine Weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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