Great Find for Dutch Oven Cooking

Dutch oven liners are a great way to save water for clean-up especially if water is unavailable or rationed. This reviewer loved what she found at Wal-mart. If your local market doesn’t have parchment paper liners you can also try the plastic ones designed for the oven or Crockpot. You can even make your own with a roll of parchment paper. You may have a difficult time finding wide enough parchment paper, it typically comes in 15″ wide rolls. You can simply fold a seam to make it 30″ wide so it will fit your larger dutch ovens. You can also find aluminum pan liners, which look cool, but cost more for your easy water free clean up.

9 Comments on "Great Find for Dutch Oven Cooking"

  1. Dump Cake? How about a video on “easy” Survival/Prepping Recipes please!! 🙂

  2. @DCFunBud … it is just a 20″ round sheet of parchment paper. You have a great idea to film it in action. I’m planning a camp trip next month and I’ll be sure to film it. In the mean while, I’ll open one up and show it in the dutch oven. I’ll be sure to post it as a response to this one.

  3. I’m glad you’re so enthusiastic about you dutch oven liners, but it would have been a more informative presentation if you actually showed what one looked like — preferably in a Dutch oven. Is it just a round sheet of waxed paper?

  4. wow alsome item thanks ill run to get some

  5. MrBillTroop73 | October 26, 2010 at 3:45 am |

    @watuwaitn4 No apology necessary, I fully understand how accidents happen LOL.

    Yeah, I vote for the sliced bullet too! That would be very cool!

  6. @MrBillTroop73 … Sorry, I’m a Girl Scout Leader and mother…. so we “try” not to say the s-word. Even though I’ve accidentally said it on many occasions. LOL. I’ll vote for the sliced bullet, It will probably look cooler.

  7. MrBillTroop73 | October 26, 2010 at 4:38 am |

    The real question is:

    If “shoot” hits the fan, will there be a bullet hole in the fan? or will the fan blade slice up the bullet?


  8. @dsarti1 … It was in my favorite section, Camping! Was a little expensive, about $4 or so, or about 50 cents each. I’m hoping to find some parchment paper and make my own.

  9. hummmm what section in china mart?

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