Oven Barbecued Chicken and Biscuits is mouthwatering.

Most dutch oven recipes that I write about are all fully contained in the dutch oven, this one is slightly different in that only the biscuits are cooked in the dutch oven. But the gravy is not hard to make and takes very few ingredients. It can easily be cooked on a camp stove or in a cast iron pan over the grill grate of the campfire. If you really wanted to make things easy, you could prepare the sausage and gravy before you even left home. You would just need to heat it up in the dutch oven or a pan.

I learned a lesson also. I can now make biscuits in a Dutch oven!!! Thanks for the great idea Bill.

Heat oven to 350degF. Place biscuits 1 to 2 inches apart on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake 13 to 17 minutes or until golden brown. For Taller Biscuits Heat oven to 325degF. Place biscuits, sides touching, on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake 19 to 25 minutes until golden brown. Keep dough refrigerated. Do not freeze or microwave unbaked Poppin' Fresh(tm) dough.

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This recipe was developed from an old Dutch Oven Sour Dough Biscuit recipe. Combine all ingredients. Knead the dough by hand until smooth. Flour your hands. Pat the dough flat to 3/4-inch thickness on waxed paper and punch out biscuits with a biscuit cutter. Place biscuits on the bottom of the hot Dutch oven and bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown. Rotate the oven and lid often to prevent burned spots. Remember, these will bake from the top down. Brush golden biscuits with 1/4 cup melted butter.

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I'm a camper & frequently make biscuits in a Dutch oven; your experiments will help create a recipe that is much more "portable" than my usual recipe!

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Dutch oven scrambled eggs and biscuits should be on the menu for your next camping trip. They are a far cry from the pop tarts or cold packaged cinnamon rolls or donuts that often end up as a camp breakfast. This is an easy-to-make camp breakfast that once you make you will have it on every camping trip.Toaster ovens come in different sizes and price points. The simplest and smallest have heating elements on the top and bottom and a "Toast/Bake" dial for adjusting the heat. Even these basic ovens come with a baking tray and wire rack. The baking tray is used for biscuits and is big enough to bake three of four. Larger toaster ovens are capable of baking a dozen biscuits and have optional convection fans. Convection toaster ovens are especially good for baking biscuits because of the even heat dispersion.Toaster ovens are smaller than regular ovens, which is among its advantages. In hot weather, a toaster oven will not heat up the kitchen; it doesn't use as much power as a big oven; and it is ideal for dorm rooms, offices and vacation homes. Bake biscuits in a toaster oven just as you would in a conventional kitchen oven. The toaster oven can bake only a few biscuits at a time, which may be ideal for singles and small batches.Using a "just add water" biscuit or pancake mix makes it really easy to bake just a few biscuits at a time. Many packaged mixes have recipes printed on the box. For instance, if the recipe makes a dozen biscuits, simply halve it or quarter it for six or three biscuits at a time. Temperature settings on the toaster oven are identical to a conventional oven. The advantage of the toaster oven is the speed with which it achieves the baking temperature, usually 350 to 375 degrees Fahrenheit for biscuits.