Dutch Oven Dome Pizza
In the last Camp Chef tip I mentioned using a Dutch Oven Dome with a propane stove instead of charcoal or wood. It's kinda hard to call for pizza delivery in the woods, but it is a very tasty treat.
- 12 inch cast iron skillet
- Dutch Oven Dome
- Dutch oven trivet
- Propane stove
- 3 Tubes of biscuits
- 1 Bottle of pizza sauce
- Your favorite toppings
- Mozzarella (or your favorite) cheese
Lightly oil the skillet and then cover the bottom of the pan with the biscuits. Press them down and together to make the crust.
Spread the pizza sauce, cheese, and toppings over the biscuit layer.
Place the diverter plate over the flame of the stove and set the trivet on top. This provides a cushion of air to avoid burning the bottom of the crust. Be sure to use a metal trivet, like the one shown below, or use something that is not flammable.
Place the skillet on the trivet and cover with the Dome. You can see I modified one of my domes to fit over the handle. Bake over low heat. As a rule with most Dutch oven cooking, it's done when you can smell it.
There you have it. An easy, inexpensive meal. Maybe it wasn't delivered, but it's almost that easy!