Wonder Oven Update:

baked_beansThis past week, we did some camping. I wanted to have some food ready when the family got there, to go with the hamburgers. I used my Wonder Oven to cook baked beans and some spare ribs, boneless and cut into pieces. The beans were great, but the ribs were dry. I prepared them the same way I usually do. I parboiled them and then spread the meat on a cookie sheet, covered with BBQ sauce and baked in my house oven. My mistake was partially cooking the ribs at home. Instead, I should have parboiled them and then put them in the Wonder Oven and let them cook in the BBQ sauce.

Dessert was quick; I used a box cake mix and replaced the oil with blended Black Beans. I used the same amount of beans that oil was called for. Also used only a little chocolate icing on it and it was moist and yummy.

Moral to the story, practice with the Wonder Oven and see what happens. Try different recipes, but adjusts to Wonder Oven cooking.  The following recipe was tried and liked; of course you will have to adjust for your family size.

Cheese Burger Pie

This recipe requires 3 wide mouth pint jars.
1 ½ cups Bisquick
¼ cup milk
*Make 3 biscuits the size of wide mouth jars, to be cooked later.

1 pound ground beef
½ cup diced onions
½ tsp salt
¼ tsp pepper
½ tsp garlic dry or 3 cloves minced fresh

Fry until red color is out and then drain
Place equal amounts of meat in canning jars (pints) and add
3 drops of Worcestershire sauce on top.
1 cup cheddar cheese, place equal amounts in each jar and cover with uncooked biscuit

*Put the lids on jars with rings and set in pan of water, half full, boil 10 minutes and put in Wonder Box for 5 hours.

•    You can use only the lids, as long as water doesn’t get into jars.
•    Make biscuits and jars for your family size.

Preparedness Mom

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