Quiche A La Canoe (dutch Oven)
Jay "Portage Man " Kuivinen
- Ritz crackers
- Meat (ham, bacon sausage, use your favorite.)
- I like some onion and/or green pepper. They both travel fairly well.
- Eggs. These take a little care to transport!
Oil the Dutch oven well. Make a crust of mashed ritz and butter. It takes a lot of butter. It is a real mess, but it is worth it. Dish your dough up the sides of the Dutch oven a little. Pour in the eggs and cheese and meat. You can mix them gently in the pan.
A mild fire will do. Put a lot of coals on the Dutch oven lid, to cook the eggs. Don't be reluctant to check it regularly. It is done when a knife inserted into the middle comes out clean.
We like to have this one the first morning we wake up in the Boundary