The Best of Clay Pot Cooking Hardcover – Sep 1 1995
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This wonderful series is the easiest way to sample some of the world's finest cuisines from the comfort of your own kitchen. Small in size, yet large in recipe selection, each volume offers a delicious range of dishes--from the simple to the imaginative.
About the Author
Dana Jacobi is the author of The Natural Health Cookbook. Her articles have appeared in Food & Wine, American Health, Food Arts, and Natural Health magazines.
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Some of the recipes are nice, but could just as, actually more, easily be made using regular baking dishes than clay pots. I was looking for a cookbook where using a clay pot made a difference in the final product--and this book is not it.
As two examples out of many I could use:
1. Braised Red Cabbage with Cranberries - All the clay pot does is provide a covered dish for the final cooking. Prep cooking is done in a frying pan. One could just as easily make this dish completely in the frying pan, covering it until done, or use any covered container one already has and finish it in the oven.
2. Banana Bread Pudding - Calls for use of a cazuela, a Spanish, clay pot that looks like a high sided pie pan. The cazuela is not necessary for this dish to be made. Any similar shaped, metal or glass, baking dish could be used.
Whether one likes lamb or not, the recipe for Gigot of Lamb with Garlic is one of the few recipes in this little book that is probably much nicer made in a Romertopf (or other covered clay pot) than in a normal covered roasting pan.
The most frequently called for Romertopf size is 3-quart.
Yes, I do; and I give it 5 stars to balance out the reviews. Every dish I've made so far has been absolutely delicious--from
the plainer whole chicken and whole turkey recipes to fancier ones like Chicken Tagine with Green Olives and Preserved Lemon and
Meditteranean Fish Stew. I can't wait to try out more recipes, my only regret being that the book is a small compendum rather than a large one with lots of recipes. What you eat, however, will be good!
So add this to your collection and enjoy it.