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9 hours ago Ediblecommunities.com Show details
Damper is a tried-and-true campfire classic bread that pretty much everyone adores. I like to add butter and sugar, which a traditional damper would not …
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9 hours ago Twoblondeswalking.com Show details
Cooked properly and carefully, dampers (and maybe campers) can taste delicious and be great fun to make. Here’s a simple campfire damper recipe and method I learnt from my sister. Damper sticks. You will need green (living) sticks to cook dampers …
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4 hours ago Cavescaravanpark.com.au Show details
Caves Caravan Park’s very own easy and delicious campfire damper recipe the whole family can follow! We regularly hold damper cook-up evenings around the campfire at our camp kitchen so we thought we’d share our favourite easy recipe …
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6 hours ago Agfg.com.au Show details
Method. Mix flour salt and sugar together in a bowl. Rub the butter into the flour with your finger tips until it looks like breadcrumbs. Add milk slowly and mix to form a soft dough. Knead lightly on a floured board until smooth. Shape into a round loaf, brush with milk and cut a cross in the top surface of the dough.
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8 hours ago Allrecipes.com Show details
Damper can also be cooked on the campfire; wrap the loaf in alfoil (tin foil) and cook in hot coals. Use plenty of foil as damper will expand a lot as it cooks …
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1 hours ago Food.com Show details
Combine the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar and mix well. Rub or cut in the butter. Stir in the milk to form a dough. Shape into a flattened ball and place on a greased baking …
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3 hours ago Winemag.com Show details
Directions. In bowl, mix all ingredients. Gradually add 1 ¾ cups water, kneading gently until combined. Dust with flour and shape into oval. Place dough …
1 hours ago Plantbasedfolk.com Show details
Try damper with velvety broccoli soup, creamy cauliflower soup, easy carrot and celery soup or creamy asparagus soup. Damper is also great for brekky, as this is a vegan damper recipe, enjoy it with a vegan egg scramble. For a sweet damper…
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3 hours ago Instructables.com Show details
Step 1: Mixing the Ingredients. Start by mixing both dry ingredients in a large bowl. Once the sugar and flour are combined, add about 200-300ml of water and mix as well as you can. It'll start to bind together. Keep adding small amounts of water - about 50ml increments to get it to bind into one big lump.
1 hours ago Allrecipes.com Show details
Dissolve 1 1/2 teaspoons powdered milk in an equal amount of water in a bowl. Step 4. Turn dough out onto a floured board and knead gently a few times. Shape into a rough circle or loaf about 1 1/2 inches thick. Place in the preheated camp oven. Brush the top of the damper …
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1 hours ago Deliciousmagazine.co.uk Show details
Cook the dampers over a campfire or barbecue for 10-12 minutes – keep turning them so they turn golden brown all over. Carefully tap the dough with your finger – when it’s cooked, it should feel solid when you tap it. Wrap some kitchen paper or a napkin around the damper …
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6 hours ago Campfirecook.com Show details
Add milk gradually until the flour becomes a dough. Tip dough out onto a bread board and knead for 3 minutes. In a bowl, mix stewed apples, brown sugar, breadcrumbs, and cinnamon together. Pin damper dough out onto a board then add filling ingredients to centre. Roll dough up then place into camp oven to rest for 10 minutes.
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6 hours ago Littleaussietravellers.com.au Show details
Aussie camp fire damper is a staple that we find ourselves cooking again and again, Here's an easy recipe that serves as a base for making great dampers and it only …
2 hours ago Food.com Show details
Damper is the bush-bread of Australia. Drovers (cowboys) baked Damper in camp ovens buried in the hot ashes of their camp fires in the Outback, but if you don"t want to build a camp fire in your backyard, damper can also be baked in a normal kitchen oven. To eat a damper: Cut the damper into rustic chunky slices, spread a liberal amount of butter on the damper …
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2 hours ago Buyfromthebush.com.au Show details
An easy damper recipe to cook on the campfire. Cover in butter and golden syrup with a hot cup of tea or dip it in your camp oven stew! This is your step by step guide to making the perfect damper. You'll be droving before you know it!
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9 hours ago Ostrali.com Show details
Ingredients for Australian Traditional Damper Recipe. This Aussie damper bread is bread made from wheat-based dough. The composition of the damper is plain flour and water, with some butter if available, is lightly kneaded to make this bread that can be …
6 hours ago Woodlandclassroom.com Show details
We’ve had a lot of fun making damper bread over the campfire, as it’s quick, simple and kids love it. You can try it at home over a log fire. For an added festive twist, once cooked, why not give each piece a sprinkling of sugar and cinnamon. Ingredients (enough for 10 dampers) • 4 cups self raising flour • 1½ cups milk (or water)
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1 hours ago Kidspot.com.au Show details
This recipe was created by Jennifer Cheung for Kidspot Kitchen. Serve this damper (alternatively basic damper or easy cheesy damper) with kangaroo kebabs or baked eggs with beans for a hearty campfire dinner! And as for dessertcampfire brownies, mini s'mores toast or kid-friendly s'mores will surely do the trick!
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3 hours ago Youtube.com Show details
Cooking damper on the campfire is a great tradition and a fun way to enjoy bread when camping. Curtis has the helpful tips so you can make your own damper. S
4 hours ago Eurekacamping.com Show details
The Original Damper Recipe. This is the basic recipe and is only 3 ingredients. Most people tend to find this recipe a little bland, but it is the most classic, simple recipe you can find for damper. 2 cups self rising flour ½ teaspoon salt 1 ½ to 2 cups water Add the flour and the salt to a bowl. Mix until the salt is fully incorporated.
4 hours ago 196flavors.com Show details
Damper is one of the most emblematic symbols of bushfood, also known as bush tucker. It has been recognized as a staple food of the bush for decades. It was made famous by Australian cowboys who cooked this bush bread in the hot coals of their campfire. Damper …
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8 hours ago Wandercooks.com Show details
Savoury Damper Ideas – Cheese & Chives – Mix 1 cup of cheese and 1 tbsp of chives into the mix for extra cheesy goodness. You can also top with grated cheese and bake until melted and golden. Garlic, Parmesan and Mixed Herbs – Similar to above, add 1-2 tsp of chopped garlic, 1/2 cup of parmesan and 1-2 tsp of mixed herbs for a nice tasty dinner roll for stew or even pasta sauce.
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7 hours ago Magnoliamountain.org Show details
Having achieved a beginner level of campfire cooking; toasting lamingtons, croissants and sandwiches, Mark and I decided to progress our campfire cookery skills to a simple damper recipe. Enjoying this campfire classic stuffed with the spicy cheesiness of our poor man's jalapeño poppers will warm you from the inside out whilst you return to
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5 hours ago Mumlyfe.com.au Show details
This is a good campfire recipe too: Wholemeal buttermilk pancakes recipe. Easy damper on a stick. Makes about six dampers Takes 10 minutes and a lovely afternoon. 2 cups plain wholemeal flour 2 tsp baking powder ½ tsp salt ¾ cup of water Golden syrup, honey or maple syrup.
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9 hours ago Thecampovencook.com.au Show details
Next time your camping have a try of this Simple Camp Oven Damper Recipe, its easy and quick to make and best served hot with butter and maple syrup. There are tons of recipes on the internet for cooking damper…
8 hours ago Bigandlittleadventures.com.au Show details
You don’t want the damper to be too thin around the stick as it will crack too easily. Once you’ve molded the damper around the stick so it’s nice and smooth, with no cracks, cook it over the campfire until golden and cooked through. When ready, it should feel quite firm and it’s ok if it’s a little soft in the middle.
How to cook a damper the traditional way in the camp oven. I show you how to cook a damper with the same damper recipe that i have used for over 45 years. Wh
9 hours ago Tentworld.com.au Show details
Cover a lightly floured trivet with foil and put the dough on it. Put the lid on your camp oven. Cook for 20-25 minutes. The damper is well-cooked if tapping on it makes a hollow noise. And there you have it! In 30 minutes or less, you can have a delicious loaf of damper that will make camping even more enjoyable.
1 hours ago Snowys.com.au Show details
Place the camp oven on the scattered coals and put the lid on. Scoop a full shovel of coals on top of the camp oven. Wait approx 15 minutes and then check the damper. If it going black on the outside its getting too hot and you need to use fewer coals. Check the damper every 10 minutes, putting fresh coals on top each time.
8 hours ago Glampingorcamping.com Show details
Campfire Bread in a Can. Similar to bread in a clay pot, you can make campfire bread in a can, and it will turn out awesome. Easy recipe to make. Things you need (Ingredients) Two metal cans. One should be small can similar to a 28 oz soup can and one larger like a coffee can. The small can needs to fit inside the larger can without touching
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7 hours ago Littlegreenexplorers.com Show details
Toast – Try and get it even on both sides. Flatbread – similar to damper bread, but cooked flat in a pan. Fried eggs. Damper bread – a simple yeast-free bread which can be cooked on sticks. Soup – Any flavour, but start by trying our pumpkin soup recipe. Boiled eggs – Nice and easy in a pan of boiling water. Campfire crescent dogs
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4 hours ago Aussiehomecook.com Show details
Camp fire damper recipe: Ideally wait until the camp fire had died down and your have hot coals to cook with. Follow the directions for oven cooking until you get to forming the dough ball. …
7 hours ago 20minutecook.com Show details
Cook. • Wrap the damper in Al foil. • Place in the coals. This step is important. The damper is not cooked in a flaming fire but on hot coals. • Clear a depression in the hot coals and place the damper in it. • Place more coals over the damper so it is covered completely with coals. • The damper is cooked when it sounds hollow when
6 hours ago Travelspicedlife.com Show details
Start a camp fire at least 40 minutes before cooking time. 2. Dice bacon and chives, make sure butter is melted or soft. 3. Insert flour, salt, milk and melted butter into a bowl and mix it all together. Add rest of …
1 hours ago Scouts.org.uk Show details
The person leading the activity should give each group a copy of the recipe card, their equipment, and their ingredients. Groups should follow their recipe card to prepare, backwoods cook, and enjoy their damper snacks. Groups need to follow the steps in order …
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3 hours ago Share-recipes.net Show details
Australian Damper Recipes Recipebridge Recipe Search . 8 hours ago Damper is a traditional Australian bread, made without yeast, and commonly made on a campfire in a cast iron camp oven. This is tweeked from Margaret E. Walker article in Outback Camping When Margaret was asked her what kind of tasty cheese, and learned that the word 'tasty' is
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5 hours ago Albanyaustralia.com Show details
Campfire Damper Recipe . Campfire Damper. My name is Jonathan better known as Albany Captain Kalgan and I hope you love my Damper Recipes as much as I have over the years in the Bush. But too fully enjoy the Aussie Damper experience there is nothing like cooking on the coals of a Campfire! The best fire to cook on has burnt down to just coals.
9 hours ago Pinterest.com Show details
Mar 16, 2015 - Damper is the bush-bread of Australia. Drovers (cowboys) baked Damper in camp ovens buried in the hot ashes of their camp fires in the Outback, but if you don"t want to build a camp fire in your backyard, damper can also be baked in a normal kitchen oven. To eat a damper: Cut the damper into rustic chunky slices, spread a liberal amount of butter on the damper and top with
8 hours ago Alldownunder.com Show details
Instructions to prepare Yummy Dampers. Step-1: Takerequired amount of flour, salt, sugar, and water in a large bowl. Then, mix the self-rising flour, salt, and sugar using milk in order to form a soft dough. Step-2: Rub your fingertips with butter and …
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Beer Damper Recipe Method Prepation. Preheat your oven at home to 200 degrees or 180 degrees if it’s fan-forced. If you are cooking it in the great outdoors, begin preparing your campfire and pre-heating the camp oven for cooking. Combine the flour and salt in a bowl. Loosely stir together.
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7 hours ago Thepracticalforestschool.com Show details
Today, damper bread in the UK is a bit of a shorthand for bread cooked on a stick over a campfire, but the two things are quite different. Campfire bread is pushed onto or wrapped around a stick, whereas the traditional Australian damper bread is a soda bread-style loaf.
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Campfire Cooking with Mick – Episode 2. Published March 9, 2015 March 9, 2015 by Club 4x4. Damper Easy, time saving, flavour packed, one pot recipes! I am amazed at how a few basic ingredients can make something so simple yet so yummy and is so simple to prepare. Damper can be eaten at any time of the day or night and is so versatile.
Damper bread (sometimes known as bush bread) is a traditional Australian soda bread which is cooked over a fire or in the coals. It’s become quite well known in the UK over the last few years as a staple campfire food of forest school. You’ll often see pictures of it being cooked over a fire […]
Damper (Australian Soda Bread) Damper is an Australian soda bread traditionally made in the wilderness using the coals/ashes of a campfire or greased camp oven. Originally, it was unleavened and formed with only flour, salt, and water (the only supplies available). Now, katwill2010. K.
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Camp Oven Damper Free Camping Australia. 4 hours ago Mix self-raising flour, baking powder, sugar, salt and warm milk into a dough, adding more milk if needed and form into a ball. Spread out the coals of the campfire a bit so there’s not too much heat under the oiled camp oven.Place the dough in the hot camp oven and put a few coals on top, leaving to cook for approximately 25 minutes.
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6 hours ago Australianfoodtimeline.com.au Show details
Damper, the traditional bushman’s bread originally made from flour, water and salt and cooked in the campfire, was first mentioned in Memoirs edited by Barron Field, judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales from 1817 to 1824.According to the Australian Dictionary Centre the name is derived from a Lancashire expression meaning “something that damps the appetite”.
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Mix flour salt and sugar together in a bowl. Rub the butter into the flour with your finger tips until it looks like breadcrumbs. Add milk slowly and mix to form a soft dough. Knead lightly on a floured board until smooth. Shape into a round loaf, brush with milk and cut a cross in the top surface of the dough. Grease tin foil and dust with flour.
The original version or style of making dampers is simple and easy using only basic rations like flour and salt. A little amount of water is required to make dough and hence was great on travel trips. But in modern version, milk is used instead of water and cooked in an iron camp oven to avoid the need of brush off ashes before eating.
It’s cheap to make especially when home brand self-raising flour costing about $1/kg, so it’s safe to say it is a cost-effective way to feed the family. Next time your camping have a try of this Simple Camp Oven Damper Recipe, its easy and quick to make and best served hot with butter and maple syrup.
Shape the mixture into a round and allow to stand for 5-10 minutes. NOTE: The damper will sound hollow when you tap it once it’s cooked.