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Old 07-12-2009, 01:12 PM   #1
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Ravioli Lasagna for the Dutch oven



I got this recipe from Camp Chef, and tried it over charcoal in my Dutch Oven.
It turned out excellent, and delicious!

Ravioli Lasagna for the Dutch oven

1 lb. of frozen cheese Ravioli, no need to thaw or cook
4-5 cups of spaghetti sauce
1 lb. ground beef- browned and drained of grease
2 cups of grated Mozzarella cheese
cup of parmesan cheese

Lightly spray inside of Dutch oven with non stick spray.
Layer the ingredients in the following order:

1. 1 cup sauce
2. Half of the frozen ravioli lay it flat
3. Half of the browned ground beef
4. Half of the Mozzarella cheese
5. 1 cup sauce
6. Ravioli
7. Ground beef
8. Mozzarella cheese
9. Last of sauce
10. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese

Bake in Dutch oven for one hour. Use 12 coals on the bottom and 14 on the top. Rotate every 15 minutes. Lasagna is ready when mixture is bubby and cheese is brown.
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Old 07-14-2009, 01:01 PM   #2
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Cool Ravioli Lasagna

That recipe sounds really good - do you think it could be made in a crockpot?
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Old 07-14-2009, 02:37 PM   #3
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dang.. that looks good and sounds really easy
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I am not experienced in this style of meal preparation as this question will reveal. When you state to rotate, is this rotate the dutch oven on top of the coals like 180 degrees or less? What does the rotation do to assist in cooking, of course the obvious answer is even cooking. But if the coals are placed evenly under and on top of the dutch oven does the rotation really matter?
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It's very good, and easy.
I would imagine it may work in a crockpot. Vent moisture near end of cooking.

Rotation is supposed to help even out any 'hot spots' you may have and prevent burning. I usually rotate EVERYTHING about a 1/4 turn. Lid one way, pot the other. Coals on the bottom are best placed in a circle just under the bottom rim. Coals in the center get too hot and burn the food. Does it really matter? Not sure...but I do it.

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Old 01-21-2010, 02:54 PM   #6
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I love my Dutch and am going to try this recupe for sure, thanks!
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