Camp Oven Baked Silverside cooked ready to eat

I recently went to Jamie Hazelden’s place to have a camp oven cook up and record a Podcast, we cooked up a delicious camp oven baked silverside. it was Jamies first time experiencing that and he absolutely loved it!

Listen to the podcastwww.thecampovencook.com.au/podcast/camp-oven-cooking-with-jamie-hazelden

Trust me once you bake one, you wont do it any other way!

Find out more about Jamie – www.australianbushman.com.au

mick and Jamie recording the podcast the day after cooking the camp oven baked silverside.
Mick and Jamie recording the podcast.

How great is Jamies camp area, its got an old 100 year old house he moved to his property and has a great little cooking area, you want to start the fire, Gather all the ingredients and required equipment before starting the recipe.

gather the ingredients to cook the camp oven baked silverside

Next you want to grab a bowl and place the silverside into a bowl, and coat the silverside in brown sugar and let it sit for as long as you can before cooking it. the brown sugar caramelises when cooking to produce a nice crust full of flavour.

Camp Oven Baked Silverside | The Camp Oven Cook

While the silversides resting you can get the camp oven-ready, the sugar naturally becomes moist, every now and then recoat with the sugar that goes to the bottom of the bowl.

Get the camp oven and place it on some bottom heat, place in a trivet and dd some brown vinegar and water to the top of the trivet and then add your mixed herbs, cloves, black peppercorns and bay leaves.

Note: The mixture is like how you would boil it however you are using at to create steam.

Camp Oven Baked Silverside | The Camp Oven Cook

You will want to cook the baked silver side for about 2 hours, for the heat control, you have just enough heat under the camp oven, the idea is to have the liquid simmer away in the bottom.

And plenty of heat on the top, but not too much as it could burn, the top heat is to bake the silverside.

Note: The outside will look like its burning but its the sugar that’s cooking.

Camp Oven Baked Silverside | The Camp Oven Cook

When its ready slice it up and eat it with whatever vegetables you cooked to go with it, it’s even perfect on fresh bread.

Rember you want it still firm, not falling apart when cutting it up.

Camp Oven Baked Silverside | The Camp Oven Cook

Listen to the podcastwww.thecampovencook.com.au/podcast/camp-oven-cooking-with-jamie-hazelden

Watch the Video

Let’s cook a Camp Oven Baked Silverside!

Camp Oven Baked Silverside

Recipe by Mick VillerCourse: Beef Recipes, Main MealsCuisine: AustralianDifficulty: Medium
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

20

minutes
Cooking time

2

hours 
Calories

300

kcal
Camp Oven Size

9 QT

Heating Method

Top and Bottom Heat

Total time

2

hours 

20

minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 piece of silverside

  • Brown Sugar

  • Bay Leaves

  • Black Peppercorns

  • Cloves

  • Mixed Herbs

  • Vegetables of Choice

Directions

  • Start the fire, Gather all the ingredients and required equipment before starting the recipe.
  • Place the silverside into a bowl, and coat the silverside in brown sugar and let it sit for as long as you can before cooking it.
  • The brown sugar caramelises when cooking to produce a nice crust full of flavour.
  • Note: the sugar naturally becomes moist, every now and then recoat with the sugar that goes to the bottom of the bowl.
  • While the silversides resting you can get the camp oven-ready, place in a trivet.
  • Add some brown vinegar and water to the top of the trivet and then add your mixed herbs, cloves, black peppercorns and bay leaves.
  • Note: The mixture is like how you would boil it however you are using at to create steam.
  • Cook the baked silver side for about 2 hours.
  • For the heat control, you have just enough heat under the camp oven, the idea is to have the liquid simmer away in the bottom.
  • And plenty of heat on the top, but not too much as it could burn, the top heat is to bake the silverside.
  • Note: The outside will look like its burning but its the sugar that’s cooking.
  • Slice it up and eat it with whatever vegetables you cooked to go with it, it’s even perfect on fresh bread.
  • Rember you want it still firm, not falling apart when cutting it up.

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One Comment

  1. Well I’ve never had baked silverside before and there is no way I would have thought it would come out so tasty. Fantastic job Mick my kids have asked for it twice already since you were here. haha

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