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Clay pot cooking is an easy, efficient, healthy cooking method that seals in nutrients and cuts down on the need for added fats. Simply by soaking the Romertopf roaster in water before placing it inside the oven allows it to create and maintain moisture that cooks recipes to perfection, while preventing the nutrients from escaping.

Clay Pot Cooking

Romertopf cooking not only saves nutrients, but also saves time. Simply soak the Romertopf in water for 5-10 minutes, place ingredients inside and place the whole pot in a cold oven set at 400-450 degrees. Then just walk away. Workout with your favorite celebrity, play with the kids, or soak in the tub for the 45 minutes to an hour the Romertopf needs to cook your meal to perfection.

Romertopf clay pots are available in a variety of sizes, ranging from the smallest which holds 2-5 lbs to the Maxi, which holds a 17 lb Turkey. They are unglazed to ensure perfect absorption, so that ample moisture is available in the cooking cavity.

If you've just purchased or received a new clay pot and have no idea what to do with it, you're not alone. To get started, here's some advice on how to use and care for your Romertopf Clay Baker.

  • Soak baker water for 10 minutes. Completely immerse both top and bottom.
  • Place food in baker and it is ready to go in the oven. All the ingredients for a complete meal can be placed in one baker.
  • Place your baker in a cold oven. Set the correct temperature and let the oven and baker heat up gradually.
  • When serving your meal, enhance the decor by leaving it in the handsomely embossed terra-cotta baker. Clay Pot Cooking
  • Remember to avoid sudden temperature changes. When removing your baker from the over after baking, keep it off of cold surfaces.

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