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Old 02-20-2017, 03:01 PM   #1
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5" cast Iron Skillet cookie dessert

Here is a favorite that everyone wants me to make. 5" cast Iron skillet cookie.
You can do this on a dual zone grill. Just cook on the "off" side and rotate often.
Real easy.
Pillsbury cookie dough(small tube).
5" cast iron skillet.(I use a Lodge one from Walmart, etc).
Oil the skillet.
Cut the dough tube in half(only need 1/2 the tube). Work in layers pressing the dough into the skillet.
Get grill to about 450'(one side on only) or bake in oven 350'. In camper oven use a pizza stone or unglazed tiles to distribute heat. Turn every so often. And use an oven thermometer. Those dials are always wrong.
On the grill, keep an eye on it. Rotate every 5 minutes so it doesnt burn on one side. Cook with cover closed to "bake".
Cookie is done when toothpick clean on outer edge, and almost clean in middle. You want it soft and doughy.
Top with ice cream and choice of syrup, fruits nuts etc.
Feeds 2-4 people.
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Old 02-21-2017, 01:16 PM   #2
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Well Thank You!
Now you're going to make me try that!

I wonder how it would be to cook a whole tube in a dutch oven using charcoal? Hmmm. Might have to try that too.
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Old 02-21-2017, 03:37 PM   #3
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Well Thank You!
Now you're going to make me try that!

I wonder how it would be to cook a whole tube in a dutch oven using charcoal? Hmmm. Might have to try that too.

I have not tried any dutch oven recipes yet. Temp control and getting it cooked all the way through consistently may be the toughest part.

We are experimenting with the Swiss version of Fondue, called Raclette.
I am not a fan of trying oil based bourguignonne Fondue cooking at a campsite.
Fire, oil, trailer, awning, not a good mix.

Raclette is more interactive griddle cooking and everyone gets individual pans. Each person can create stuff like dinner, breakfast or dessert crepes. So far its been fun on the trial runs. The griddle flips over for wafered top so you can cook meats and do stuff like K-bobs or stuffing for fajitas.
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