A home cook has revealed her recipe for a cheese, bacon and garlic pull and it can be cooked on the fire.
The Queensland mom showed a video of the cheese-laden damper on a camp oven recipe page on Facebook.
And fellow campers were impressed – the post drew hundreds of comments and comments when it was posted on Sunday.
A home cook has revealed her recipe for a cheese, bacon and garlic pull and it can be cooked on the fire
The Queensland mom showed a video of the cheese-laden damper on a camp oven recipe page on Facebook
“ I made a damper for cheese, bacon and garlic over the weekend, ” she said, posting the photo and video to show off the delicious snack.
The home cook who told Daily Mail Australia that she cooks with her heart later shared a recipe for the dish – but cautioned it is up to everyone to tweak, as she usually doesn’t cut to size herself.
But the main components of the recipe include self-raising flour, a can of Great Northern beer, bacon, cheese and herb butter.
The mother then cooked the bread over hot coals for about 40 minutes.
The video shows melted cheese dripping over chunks of bacon as the mother pulls apart the steaming hot bread.
And campers couldn’t contain their excitement, asking for the recipe and tips on how to make it yourself.
How can I separate cheese, bacon and garlic?
Three cups of self-raising flour
A can of Great Northern beer
Mixed Italian herbs
Combine the beer, flour and salt into a dough and then mix with a generous amount of bacon and cheese.
Line the camp oven with baking paper, grease it with herb butter.
Roll the dough into balls and place them on the bottom of the oven, let the balls stick together.
Brush the garlic butter on the bread balls and cover with cheese and bacon.
Cook over coals, with coals on the lid also for 30-40 minutes.
“This looks so great,” said one woman, adding them to her camping list.
“We need a campfire night in the backyard mid-week to test this out,” one man said urgently.
“We need a camp oven for our next trip,” said another woman.
Another person said the food looked ‘dirty’ but ‘good dirty’.
“Let’s do this on the weekend, make it an occasion,” said another woman.
This isn’t the first time a backyard damper recipe has gone viral after being posted to the camping group.
Recently foodies when they went crazy for a seeping rocky road muffler.
The damper recipe was posted online after photos of the chocolate and marshmallow loaded damper went viral and hundreds of chefs wanted to know how it was done
The damper recipe was posted online after photos of the chocolate and marshmallow loaded damper went viral and hundreds of chefs wanted to know how it was done.
To make the simple bread, all you need is self-raising flour, water, lemonade, dark chocolate chips, mini marshmallows and Allen’s raspberry lollipops.
“Be patient and let it cook slowly,” said the home cook.
The photos show the bread being cooked in a metal camp oven, covered with baking paper.
Thousands of people liked the post on the camp oven cooking page, and more than 700 people left comments admiring the man’s handy work.
Thousands of people liked the post on the cooking page of the camp oven and more than 700 people left comments admiring the man’s handy work
“Yum, I’ve already put the ingredients on my shopping list,” one woman said.
“How long before we can make a fire,” one man asked.
“We have to camp for a week,” announced a woman.
But not everyone was a fan of the sweetened muffler.
“Oh no, not for me, too sweet,” said one man.
“No, it doesn’t look like it goes with bourbon,” said another.
Although there were some suggestions for other sweet variations.
“Yum, you should do an M&M damper,” one person said.
Another suggested that an M&M version could be loaded with Nutella.
How can I make a rocky road damper?
3 cups of self-raising flour (3 cups)
Half a cup of water
Half a cup of lemonade
Dark chocolate chips
Allen’s raspberry lollipops
Add flour, water and lemonade to make a dough. Knead it together until it comes together well. Then add the chocolate, marshmallows and raspberries.
Place in a camp oven lined with baking paper.
Be patient and let the dough cook low and slow.