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ping RRP dutch oven quesadillas

DarnocDarnoc Posts: 2,661
edited 5:30PM in EggHead Forum
They turned out great.Just do not use the 8 inch size flour tortillas or the stuffing could run out if you are not careful when you flip them.I tried the 10 inch and the 8 inch as well to answer my own question.I cooked the chicken breast till 160 while the lid was on the grate at 350.Pulled chicken and raised temperature to 400.After prepping the cheese,chicken,onion,etc. I rubbed soft butter on the top side of each tortilla then spread the stuffing between the two shells.Cooked at 400 at grid level for four minutes then flipped for another four.Great grill mark patten.Little brown dots all over and almost like a pizza bottom with no brown or burnt flour.Give it a try.By the way my dutch oven was the 8 quart size.Mine had the same stamp in the lid that yours has.

Comments

  • RRPRRP Posts: 19,190
    darnoc,
    Way to go! Thanks for the report.

    L, M, S, Mini
    Ron
    Dunlap, IL
  • darnoc,[p]
    Stupid question... what do people mean when they write "PING"? Thanks!

  • BG,
    It is originally computer jargon for when your pc sends out a packet of information to a specifac location(pinging) and waits for a reply. In this case, the packet of info was intended for RRP, and a reply was requested.

  • ScottScott Posts: 28
    I think "ping" is originally radar/sonar jargan which computer programmers picked up.

    In sonar you send out a signal, with computers you send out a packet, and then watch for a response to see if anything is there.
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