Camping or Event Planner
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Fried foods
Boy Scouts of America
Disc Cooking Basics ebook
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Read the frying instruction section in the voyager owner’s manual before frying any food.
Below are some saftey tips to follow when frying foods.

•   Remember less is best when frying with oil.
•   Keep oil level below the disc handles as shown.
•   Place and remove food product from oil with a strainer.
•   Optimum frying temperature range is 325°F to 350°F (163°C to 177°C).
•   Always use a thermometer when frying any food products.
•   DO NOT cover cooking vessel with a lid during oil heat-up or frying
•   Regardless of thermometer reading, if the oil/grease starts to smoke, turn OFF fuel supply to
    the burner and STOP COOKING IMMEDIATELY. This indicates the thermometer is not working
    properly. Replace thermometer.

•   Wait for oil to cool to or below 115°F (45°C) before pouring into its plastic container. Hot oil can melt the plastic
    and cause severe burns or bodily harm.

CottleCo is serious about outdoor cooking and the voyager disc cooker reflects that. We also enjoy sharing our recipes, secret, and tip So that you can share delicious outdoor cooked food with your friends and family.

All recipes should be viewed as guideline, not as a unbreakable contract. Feel comfortable replacing ingredients with similar ingredients that you like, If you like sausage instead of bacon use sausage. Some of the best recipes consist of no more than 5 ingredients, 3 seasoning at the most and can be cooked in 30 mins. of less. Your new cooking motto is “
I am the one disc man”.

In the notes section of the recipes will contain tip for disc cooking and preparation idea for camping or other outdoor events.

Click here to submit your own special recipe, and you may see it published on the website.

No Time Taco Soup
Beef Sizzlin' Fajitas
Zuppa Toscana
Chicken Sizzlin' Fajitas
Vegetarian Fajitas
Bacon Cheese Burgers
Chicken and Vegetable Stir Fry
Cheesy Breakfast Tacos
For crispy fried foods, a disc can’t be beat because it holds a fairly constant temperature even when food is added to the oil in the disc. as a result, the food’s exterior is quickly sealed and the interior absorbs less oil. the disc’s large surface area allows you to cook a lot of food, in one batch without overcrowding..

Fat Ronnie's Fried Onion Rings

Camping Short and Sweet batter 1
Camping Short and Sweet batter 2
Cheddar Beer Battered Fried Shrimp

100 Years of Scouting Celebration
We were asked to help prepare and cook the food for the 100 years of scouting celebration. Over three hundred and eighty five scouts
attended the celebration in the Albuquerque area. We only needed three Voyager disc cookers to cook up all the food required for the
Scouts. The disc has a capacity to cook 20 pounds of ground beef. In the picture you can see that we added a number 10 can size of
the bush baked beans and with all the other ingredients it barley brought the level of the sloppy Joe mixture to the wall of the disc. It
only required 10 minutes or less to brown the hamburger meat, and 20 minutes at the most to cook the complete sloppy joe recipe.
We had a really fun time supporting the scouts in celebration there 100 years of scouting.

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