Ozark Trail 5-Quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven with Handle

Brand Name Ozark Trail
Model G2609-A01
Rating ★★★★½ 
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With an Ozark Trail Cast Iron Dutch Oven, you can get that classic campfire-cooked taste you love with all your favorite one-pot meals. This convenient campsite cooking item weighs 10 pounds from its durable cast iron construction, is pre-seasoned to give your food a unique and hearty flavor, and works to evenly distribute heat to the food inside for a uniform cooking. Plus, its sturdy cast iron material allows it to be used in the oven, on the stovetop, and over an open fire to provide you with the versatility you need in your home and campsite cooking. Whether you want to bake, fry or stew, the Ozark Trail Cast Iron Dutch Oven will do the job.

Ozark Trail 5-Quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven with HandleOzark Trail 5-Quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven with Handle
Ozark Trail 5-Quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven with Handle
Ozark Trail 5-Quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven:DURABILITY- This Dutch Oven is made from sturdy cast-iron material, promising years of re-use
DELICIOUS- Pre-seasoning gives your food a unique & hearty flavor that you will come to expect
EASY GRIP- Comes with a stainless steel handle allowing for easy transport
LET'S GO CAMPING- Great option for campers to use when cooking over an open fire

 Customer Reviews

This thing is GREAT if you cut the legs off!
I bought the Ozark Trail 5 Quart Dutch Oven over Lodge because it's 1/3 the price. I used a hacksaw to cut the 3 legs off then ground them flat with an angle grinder. I mainly use it on a propane fish fry burner or in the oven. Never used it on a campfire. I've made jambalaya, pastalaya, chili, cabbage casseroleJMIKE45ACP
a cheap cast iron pot for the wood stove? YEP
its gonna rust, duh.
I mean for a woodstove you stick water in there and let it cook out. so yea. rust.
after a good solid layer of rust was is going drop in a few tea bags, used ones work, but fresh unused ones will work just as well. and let it go! with a pot this big it took 2 days to rust and then 2 days to stew my tea.
the tanic acid in the tea bonds with the iron oxide (rust) and forms a nice deep blue/black protective coating. when its low again, remove and wait for it to cool, wipe that blue rusty stuff around and fill it back up add more tea if ya need to. once you have a good coat going on, you can return to straight water with scents in it if thats your thing.
re tea that sucker as needed.
come spring, empty and dry that sucker out. once its dry, I put a few wood chips in and put any other wood stove things as its a nice storage spot and I will put a lid on it.
how many years will it last? dunno yet. enough that I will not be updating this post when I have to replace it. lol

one photo of it with a good rust going on. (remember you need the rust for the tea treatment to work to make a nice protective coat, if you try to do it off the bat you'll be re tea ing that sucker for ever, let it get a good rust going on) and another one after the 1st round of tea treatment.ChiyoNumber
Awesome dutch oven
Awesome cast iron dutch oven. Made a great stew over a open fire. Seasoned right before I used it over the fire. Wiped with Crisco and burned it over the fire and started making my stew. Never stuck. Awesome.myaboy

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