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PostSubject: Cooking in Clay Pot's   Sun Nov 16, 2008 9:28 pm

Cooking in Clay Pots



Clay pots are great

You do not need any extra fat, the food stay smoist and tender, and all the nutrients and flavors of the ingredients are preserved



You not only save nutrients and flavors when choosing clay pots for cooking, you save time and energy too



Cooked in clay pot, food stays moist and juicy

and it cooks in the oven without any supervision except timing

You may serve the meal directly from the clay pot, no extra serving platters are needed



General Rules

Always soak clay pot in water at least 15 minutes before using



Always place the clay pot filled with the food in a cold oven

Turn on heat to desired temperature and cook according to recipe directions



Never place the clay pot over a gas burner or a hot electric burner



Never ever place a hot clay ot on a cold surface

The pot will crack because it cannot withstand rapid changes in temperature



Never pour cold liquid into a hot clay pot



Rinse and wash pot after using

Do not use soap or other dish washing detergent

Keep in an airy place



Any food can be prepared in a clay pot



You may even bake bread in a clay pot

First soak the pot in water then brush it with oil before adding the dough

Let bread rise in the pot, covered
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