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    Cast Iron Cooking

    I just became the proud owner of a set of cast iron skillets so I am slowly collecting recipes that I can experiment with. So far I love the results!
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    5 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Direct from the campfire, This is one of Johnny's best and goes great with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of ice cream. He claims that they wrote a book about him called "Johnny Appleseed", but that's another story...

    Recipe #377801

    6 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Cooking in a cast iron skillet is the true cowboy way and no one knows about cowboy cooking more than the famous outlaw, 'Johnny Jalapeno'! Legend tells that Johnny went all out with this pie. Eyeing a delicious looking patch of wild blueberries, he crept up to it injun style (real low and quiet) and got the best berries he could gather up. But soon the chase was on as Johnny Jalapeno heard the crows coming! Quick as lightning, and running like the wind, poor Johnny was being chased and pecked all the way to back to the campsite. The McDaniel gang had a hootin-hollerin' time shootin them birds away as Johnny made this dessert for the clan. "We gotta look after the best cook in the west boys!" Shouted Ricky Mac, the gangs leader. May we also suggest Recipe #377801

    Recipe #377816

    This is like Baby Dutchman, but the ingredients are a little different. If you're not using salted butter you'll want to add a little salt to the mixture. I used a cast-iron skillet for the entire batter, and it worked great. You may want to make a couple of these if you're having company because they disappear quickly. Recipe from The Pillsbury Cookbook. YUM!

    Recipe #375320

    This is so easy and my son loved it, even my fussy eater nice. Its combination/adjustment of few similar recipes that I come across.

    Recipe #375440

    From Favorite Brand Name, "Fix It Quick, One Dish".

    Recipe #368991

    From The Cast Iron Skillet Cookbook by Sharon Kramis and Julie Kramis Hearne. "With its rich caramel frosting, this cake has the flavour of caramel apples. It's so easy to prepare; everything is mixed together in one bowl, then baked, frosted and served in the cast iron skillet." This cake stays moist for a few days, even in our dry climate. The frosting is delicious!

    Recipe #371516

    This is an easy recipe that when when matched with a prepared potato ( see note ), and a green salad will place dinner for one on the table in 45 minutes.

    Recipe #10145

    From Eating Well.

    Recipe #368876

    1 Reviews |  By Marz

    I stumbled upon this recipe in this months issue of Everday with Rachel Ray. You have to use a cast iron skillet with this recipe to get the full results of a light golden and crispy crust. The dough is a snap to put together, and you can vary your toppings. If you would like you can use 3/4 cup whole wheat flour and 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour (intead of 2 1/4 cups all purpose flour) this will give the crust a healthier twist. I usually use white whole wheat flour. This recipe will make you think outside of the box when it comes to pizza making....and a reason to buy a cast iron skillet if you do not have one already.

    Recipe #349003

    I have been making this recipe for 25+ years but it is actually from the 1920's. This is an unusual cake and should be cooked in a cast iron skillet. The batter isn't like an angel food cake, at all. It is crunchy on the outside but chewy. Not light and fluffy like most people are used to. And it is very beautiful. And very rich.

    Recipe #192719

    I never knew what packaged cornbread was as a child. It's so easy and great to have with dinner or to put in dressing. My dressing gets requested every holiday and it has to have this cornbread in it.

    Recipe #268237

    Best fresh out of the oven with butter and jam! I don't know where I found this recipe. If you prefer your Irish soda bread sweeter, feel free to add a little bit more sugar. Also, I don't get entangled in the debate over the authenticity of Irish soda bread; however, if it tastes delicious, that's good enough for me! Try this bread with stew or soup! Note that this is a high rising bread.

    Recipe #141903

    I actually prefer the taste of perfectly pan-seared beef over grilled. This is easy and always delicious.

    Recipe #349505

    This is made in a cast iron skillet using a pizza dough. The recipe was published in Everyday With Rachael Ray magazine.

    Recipe #348883

    This method has worked for me for years! I had to put amounts in but just use as much salt and shortening as you need.

    Recipe #316257

    A little sweeter than Southern and really good! Make this in a 9 inch cast iron skillet for the best results and it may become your favorite corn bread too! DH loves this with Recipe #272121 and fried potatoes. UPDATE!!! YES! I did omit 4 teaspoons of baking powder in the recipe! Mea Culpa! It should be sifted along with the dry ingredients. I am so sorry and thank you for pointing it out to me. SA :( I have corrected the recipe.

    Recipe #347273

    3 Reviews |  By Alyss05

    I jokingly call this my Breakfast for People Who Are Worried About their Saturated Fat Intake. There is more and more evidence that saturated fats are an important and healthy part of a balanced diet. Your brain, hormones and the cell membranes in every part of your body are made out of them. Buy some good sausage, some good cheese and make this as a treat for yourself. They don't say someone is "fat and happy" for no reason :)

    Recipe #307501

    Simple but tasty home cooking. Discovered in the early 70's in a newspaper insert for the Jax. FL fair. I like to make this in a 11 inch iron skillet. Also the directions call for a small can evaporated milk which Zaar will not allow. I searched on the net and found a small can to be 5 oz. hope that is the correct amount. Don't see how this recipe is oriental, but then I didn't name it...and it's still good. Hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #335651

    From Cook's Country magazine. Be sure to purchase shredded hash brown potatoes (sometimes labeled "country style" rather than the cubed variety.

    Recipe #335505

    My gramma used to make these for me many years ago. Quick and easy to make and so yummy to eat.

    Recipe #335150

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