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Old 06-11-2016, 05:35 PM   #1
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What do you make in your Suburban stove

I have heard that most folks use the stove in their camper as a glorified bread box or pan storage. I figured this camping trip I would actually light the thing and make some biscuits as an easy test. If it failed I planned on yanking it and installing a dish washer. I listened to the advice on this forum and lit up all the top burners to get the air out before attempting to light the pilot. Worked like a charm. I decided to try two approaches to making the biscuits.

buttered foil pan - bad idea, burnt the bottoms badly.

buttered green pan skillet - worked perfectly.

I didn't preheat, instead I just started checking the biscuits at the time recommended on the packaging. It took an extra 7 minutes above and beyond the recommended bake time of 15 minutes but as you can see it worked out great.
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Old 06-11-2016, 05:36 PM   #2
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Forgot the question. I was curious what others have made in this little oven and if they might share their recipes / techniques.

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Old 06-13-2016, 10:33 AM   #3
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What do you cook in your RV oven?

We cook everything in ours that requires an oven. It's a little different than the home oven, but it does ok. We have a pizza stone in ours and that helps even out the heat.
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Very unlevel brownies. If I recall, my wife installed the rack incorrectly and didn't notice it until after these came out.

These aren't cooked yet, but they came out perfect. I made filling/stuffing/dressing (depending on your region + term) balls for Thanksgiving.

Christmas cookies:

A Christmas morning tradition, oooey gooey cinnamon rolls:

And heated up rolls for Christmas dinner:

As mentioned, we use a pizza stone for evening out the heat:

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