Dutch Oven Mountain Man Breakfast Recipe
Sausage, eggs, and hash brown potatoes cook over a camp fire in a Dutch oven in this breakfast large enough to feed several mountain men.
This is my own recipe, and of course, I think it's fabulous! When I cook in my Dutch ovens, I use CHARCOAL and wrote the instructions for using CHARCOAL. 6-9 coals underneath and 12 to 18 on top will give you approximately 350 degrees in your Dutch oven. Also, as any seasoned Dutch oven cook will tell you, you need to monitor your coals and add more as they burn away to maintain the proper temperature. Hope that helps!
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I enjoyed this recipe. The few alterations I made, I used rum extract (not as much as recipes for rum) I use pepridge farm brown sugar bread and cinnamon raisin bread. I used condensed milk ( bought wrong milk but it worked) Trying to reduce sugar I used stevia for white sugar, and brown sugar. I would do over however if using a abolong cake pan I would either double the recipe as it was too shallow pudding, or use a smaller dish. Over all a great recipe.
Giving this 5 stars because of the inspiration & idea provided. Used the basic recipe idea but added crumbled bacon & cayenne pepper. Camping with multiple families ....a 7 qt Dutch oven fed 8 adults for 2 breakfasts...the leftovers were even better! I precooked the sausage, bacon & home fries...easier storage for travel plus good call; unforeseen overnite rain storm= no campfire in the am...so had to cook this on propane grill...took longer but still a hit! Leftovers tasted like hash.
I made this in a 9+13 pan and it was great! Made a ton of leftovers which is what I wanted. Great recipe!
Great recipe allows for lots of variety Kick it up with some good quality chorizo in place of sausage. Also cube up about 3-4 oz of cream cheese in place of some of the cheddar. Always a hit for my family and friends camping or on back deck. Dynamite!
This really turned out to be an awesome breakfast treat. I didn't have any sausage, so I fried some bacon. Then added the onion and green pepper to the bacon grease. Mixed everything together then baked at 350 for 45 minutes. Topped with shredded cheese. Hubby topped his with sriracha sauce.
Use your Dutch oven to create delicious meals and desserts on your camping trip.