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Simple Dutch Oven Chicken and Rice

highpresshighpress Posts: 694
edited 1:10AM in EggHead Forum
The DO chicken and rice turned out fantastic. I was looking for a basic meal i could cook while camping. And i also wanted to cook a dinner in my DO. The only thing i've used my DO for is baking bread... Not that that's a bad thing but... Anyways, this fits the bill perfectly, will definately be making this again. This is a simple cook but very tasty.

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Chicken dusted with BBBR

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Cut up half a red onion and some garlic

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heated up DO in egg, then melt some butter and brown chicken with onions and garlic

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removed chicken, then made a box of long grain and wild rice per directions

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chicken back in


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Cook uncovered (no real reason to cook uncovered. just thought it might pick up more smoke flavor) for about half hour at around 375. Stirred occasionaly

I was very pleased with this cook. Very easy but still had alot of flavor. Definately could make this around the campfire...
Thanks for looking!

Comments

  • EGCEGC Posts: 448
    Looks great to me. I'll be giving that a try.
  • Mr HollowayMr Holloway Posts: 2,034
    Wow!! Great post
    Going to try this one over the holidays :)
    Thanks
  • SmokeyPittSmokeyPitt Posts: 9,327
    That looks great man! I think you found the perfect technique for this. I'm gonna have to give this a try.


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  • Thanks. Yeah, for such an easy meal it's pretty tasty.
  • Thank you sir! Yeah, i had been contemplating cooking this for a while. glad i did.
  • Thanks! B)
  • Jimmy,

    Some andouille and red bell peppers you would have a jambalaya. B) Looking good.


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  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,435
    Very nice looking chicken dinner and a great recipe for the Dutch oven! A perfect cook for camping as well, might become a favorite around the campfire. :)
    Just thinking I'd like to try this with two turkey thighs or a bunch of chicken thighs as I like dark meat.
    I'm acquiring granite ware for cooking with the egg and I think I'll give this recipe a try with one of my new pots. Granite ware cooks best with an indirect setup as the metal is thin. Wish me luck!
  • Thanks Steve. Yeah, you definately could add quite a bit to this. If would have had the peppers, trust me they would have been in. Would have added some nice color too.
  • Sounds like it'll be good! yeah, i think i prefer dark meat as well. Although white meat is very versatle. Most recipes call for white meat. not sure why now that i think about it... Good luck on the cook!
  • GriffinGriffin Posts: 7,569
    Looks good. I bet mushrooms would make a nice addition to that.

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  • thebtlsthebtls Posts: 2,300
    Nice. I love one dish one Grid cooking
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