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Old 01-06-2019, 09:32 AM   #1
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Campsite pizza with camp chef

I use my camp chef pizza oven to make pizza pretty much every trip we take. Here’s how I make it if anyone is interested

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Old 01-30-2019, 08:44 PM   #2
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I absolutely love the Camp Chef Stove. I cook all year on it! From the pizza oven to BBQ and griddle. You can't go wrong with Camp Chef.
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Old 01-30-2019, 09:06 PM   #3
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A Kitchen-Aid mixer in your camper. I sure hope my wife doesn't see this or it will cost me.
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Old 01-30-2019, 09:17 PM   #4
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A Kitchen-Aid mixer in your camper. I sure hope my wife doesn't see this or it will cost me.
This is exactly what I was thinking.

This pizza looks amazing, great job... BUT

How about a camping friendly pizza that doesn't require a full kitchen... just a camp kitchen.
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This is exactly what I was thinking.

This pizza looks amazing, great job... BUT

How about a camping friendly pizza that doesn't require a full kitchen... just a camp kitchen.
We make up the pizzas, put them on the tripod, cover them with tin foil over the open fire.
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Old 01-31-2019, 09:16 AM   #6
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We make up the pizzas, put them on the tripod, cover them with tin foil over the open fire.
My cousin bought a large metal/tin salad bowl that fits perfectly over the tripod grate. Then he drilled 2 holes on the base of the bowl and put a small handle on it. It traps the heat from the fire to make sure you cook the top of the pizza. Pretty genius and it works well.
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Old 01-31-2019, 09:21 AM   #7
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Those pizza ovens look really cool, but they cost more than I paid for my PRO 60X! When the accessory costs more than the appliance, I have to take pause ... or I'd have to be willing to have pizza for lunch and dinner every single day.

Very cool, though.
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Old 01-31-2019, 09:50 AM   #8
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We make up the pizzas, put them on the tripod, cover them with tin foil over the open fire.
Wll the heat is pretty easy to figure out, but that’s not the hardest part. It’s the full kitchen.

How would you make up the pizza using the rudimentary camp kitchen? I.e. no mixer, scale, whisks, or large ceramic mixing bowls?
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we love pizza while camping! the Coleman Roadtrip grill does a great job making the smaller personal size pizzas. we use the premade dough, make the pizza, keep the temp down low, preheat, and watch it bubble up! now if we can just get this -31 degree weather to go away so i can go camping!
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This is exactly what I was thinking.

This pizza looks amazing, great job... BUT

How about a camping friendly pizza that doesn't require a full kitchen... just a camp kitchen.
I used to make pizza in my collapsible Coleman oven that sits over a stove burner, by placing one or two pizza stone tiles on the floor of the oven to help disperse and make the heat more uniform. Now that I have a trailer with a real oven, I'm going to put the pizza stone tiles on the rack in the lowest position and bake them on that. Plus I will make dough ahead of time at home, where I can use the Kitchen Aid or food processor, then either keep it in fridge or freeze it. I used to cheat and bring along Boboli personal size pizza shells, that worked well too.
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