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tin oven

Discussion in 'Bushcraft It Yourself' started by Matt, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. Matt

    Matt Administrator Staff Member Site Donor

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    a nice and easy way to cook meat when you can be bothered to dig a hot rock oven .........

    you need a qualitystreet tin or something similar......
    an old bakeing cooling rack ..........

    you need to cut the cooling rack so it fits inside the tin (the idea being the rack stops the meat from touching the bottom of the tin and burning)

    you then need to make a few small holes in the lid of the tin 3mm.......(to let any presure out)...

    place the meat and a few spuds in the tin ....then place the tin in the fire and build the fire up around the tin (making sure you dont cover the holes in the lid).............

    depending on how big the joint of meat is depends on how long you leave it in the fire (an hour is a good start)

    then lift the tin out of the fire with a spade....remove the lid when cooled.................................matt ​
  2. fishingwalkies

    fishingwalkies Slightly Addicted

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    good stuff, I can smell it now!!!!!