Natures Oven by Reco #117 Clay Baker

July 12, 2013 - Comment

The Romertopf 6-1/2 quart Clay Baker allows you to prepare quick healthy and high quality meals that cost less and taste better! It combines many currently popular elements in style, simplicity, taste and nutrition that it has started a nationwide trend. The Romertopf baker is made of a porous clay and is unglazed inside and

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The Romertopf 6-1/2 quart Clay Baker allows you to prepare quick healthy and high quality meals that cost less and taste better! It combines many currently popular elements in style, simplicity, taste and nutrition that it has started a nationwide trend. The Romertopf baker is made of a porous clay and is unglazed inside and out allowing it to “breathe” during the cooking process. Therefore, your meats and vegetables are moist, flavorful and cooked to perfection! Demand the best! Demand the Original! Romertopf.

Product Features

  • Versatile 17-1/2-pound 6-1/2-quart-capacity baker made of porous unglazed clay
  • Flared rim for safe, confident transport to and from oven
  • Rounded lid fits securely on base to keep in heat and nutrients
  • Soak in water before baking; dishwasher safe; safe to use in microwave or oven
  • Measures 16-3/4 by 12-1/2 by 8-1/2 inches

Comments

Cheryl L. Collins "shirlyperfect" says:

Romertopf Clay Baker I purchased the Romertopf 6 1/2 Quart Clay Baker to replace a smaller clay baker that I have had for years. Baking in clay pots is my absolute favorite way to cook roasts and chicken and this larger size allows me to cook plenty of vegetables and meat to feed by family of five at family dinners (and have leftovers). The flavors are outstanding and I highly recommend this method of cooking to anyone who hasn’t tried it. You soak the clay pot, fill it up, and place it in a cold oven and turn up the temp — then you do nothing until it is done — it is the most tender, juicy meat you will ever eat.The pot is exactly what I expected it would be, although my old one was glazed inside and this one is not. I have used it several times already and that has not been a problem.I like it so much I am purchasing the same pot in a smaller size so I can cook dinners for two.

John L. Aielli says:

my favorite way to cook this thing barely fits in my oven so it can make a big big stew. i have loved my 4 quart schlemmertopf clay pot but sometimes it’s a little small for what i wnt to cook. when i saw the romertopf 6 1/2 quart i had to have it. try this: 2pound roast, 1-2 inches of water, salt, pepper, garlic, basil. cook in oven at 350 for 1 hour. add two large russet potatos cubed, 1 pound carrots, one large red onion, one large bunch of celery, all chopped, and one 16 oz. jar of a good marinara sauce (h.e.b.’s 2 dollar version is great). add water to about 1 inch from top of pot. cook for another 2 hours at 350. you don’t even have to check it. this is stew like mom used to make!!!!

c. b. "akagr446" says:

clay cooking during the holidays have cooked two turkeys in this since received. wish i had bought one of these years ago. easy and quick to use. meat falls off the bone and is moist and juicy. used a standard recipe, but increased the temp. by 100 degrees and reduced cooking time by 30 minutes. fastest i have ever cooked a turkey other than by frying.easily handled a 14 lb. turkey. could go larger; specs say up to 17 lbs.only minor complaint is that if you only have one oven, the temp. is so high and the clay pot so large that it is difficult to cook sides at the same time. i used my gas grill as an oven for the side dishes.

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