Camp Oven Popcorn | The Camp Oven Cook
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Mick talking about making popcorn in a camp oven.

Are you looking for something simple and easy to cook in a camp oven that the kids will love, well try popcorn it’s really cheap from the supermarket and really easy to do in a camp oven.

The first thing you need to do is get your camp oven hot, place it on your heat source, it doesn’t matter if your using coals, heat beads or gas. and let it heat up Once it’s hot, pour in some oil. two to three tablespoons is a good amount and let the oil heat up.

Camp Oven Popcorn | The Camp Oven Cook

Now pour in a layer of popcorn in the bottom of the camp oven and put your lid on. And soon enough it will start popping away, you should be able to hear it.

Camp Oven Popcorn | The Camp Oven Cook
Im using a 9Qt pre-seasoned Campfire camp oven.

Wait for them to pop and put them in a bowl and enjoy them with whatever flavouring you want I like mine plain with a bit of salt.

Anyway, camp oven lovers If you love that recipe, make sure you check out my website for over 50 free camp oven recipes.

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Camp Oven Popcorn Recipe

Camp Oven Popcorn

Recipe by Mick VillerCourse: Entree Recipes, Misc DessertsCuisine: AustralianDifficulty: Easy
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

3

minutes
Calories

300

kcal
Camp Oven Size

Medium

Heating Method

Bottom Heat

Total time

8

minutes

Ingredients

  • 1x Bag Popcorn

  • 4 Tablespoon of oil

Directions

  • Now that you have heated up the camp oven, Pour in 2 – 4 tablespoons of cooking oil and let the oil heat up.
  • Once the oven is heated up pour in a layer of popcorn and place the lid on the camp oven.
  • In a few minutes, they will start to pop if they don’t your oven may not be hot enough.
  • Once the corns all poped, Put in a bowl and season and enjoy.

Notes

  • Use whatever you want to flavour your popcorn

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One Comment

  1. I make a lot of popcorn in my Dutch oven. I crack the lid just a little after the corn starts to pop to let the steam vent. Keeps the popcorn from becoming chewy.

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