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    I have not tried this one yet but it looked promising.

    Recipe #277648

    1 Reviews |  By A-L

    This is something I threw together for dinner one night when I wanted something simple that didn´t take a lot of work. The chicken turned out very juicy with a distinct onion flavor, so if onions aren´t your thing, you can substitute them for other veggies such as carrots and other firm vegetables. The amount of salt in this recipe might sound like a lot, and you can add less if you like, but the clay pot absorbs a lot of it, so keep this in mind. Do not preheat the oven or the clay pot could crack. This recipe is for an unglazed claypot.

    Recipe #148743

    This was my first attempt at glazed clay pot cooking, although this recipe could easily be adapted for crackpot or conventional cooking. I've adapted the recipe from one I found on Asian Recipes Online. We were delighted with the result! Of course, fresh is always best, but, if you're in a hurry you can use bottled ingredients or herbs 'in a tube'. I did and the result was still wonderful.

    Recipe #141041

    This comes from a Vietnamese cookbook, lent to me by a friend. She loves this recipe but I've not tried it yet.

    Recipe #115146

    This dish is terrific on a cold winter night. I got the recipe from "A Spoonful of Ginger" by Nina Simonds. Also, I like the way the chicken is browned in step 2 and use that method whenever I have a recipe that calls for browning chicken. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #54986

    This low fat recipe is from "The Good Health Clay Pot Cookbook" in response to a request. The recipe claims that the salt can be deleted if desired..FYI, when the shanks or shin bones are used this dish it is more commonly known as Osso Bocco.

    Recipe #52730

    One of our everyday dish. If you don't have a clay pot, use a normal saucepan, big enough to hold about 1 1/2 lbs. pork and some sauce. I prefer pork tender loin with a bit of fat, but many people like pork shoulder or pork chops. If you use pork chops, change to about 1 3/4 - 2 lbs.

    Recipe #88691

    What an excitingly different way to have catfish! Serves 2-3 or more if other entrees are included as part of the meal.

    Recipe #282844

    This is a recipe I got from a very small "mom and pop" restaurant in a small town in Spain when I was stationed there in the USAF. It was near Madrid and the owner was so gracious and friendly that everyone loved going there. For those who have been there and are wondering, it is from Kiko's.

    Recipe #110229

    Another recipe find for my clay cooker.

    Recipe #269216

    I found this somewhere on the internet.

    Recipe #269215

    I found this recipe in Consumer Guide to Clay Cookery. Though it sounds like a lot of garlic - the peeled cloves cook into sweet, mellow nuggets of flavor - great to spread on crusty french bread. The chicken cooks up moist and tender. This recipe is cooked in a clay pot that must be soaked in cold water for 15 minutes and is placed in a cold oven to start.

    Recipe #52695

    I found this recipe in "The Good Health, Clay Pot Cookbook" in response to a request.The recipe states that you can delate the salt all together if you wish for a low sodium, low fat dish.

    Recipe #52715

    This is a delicious and well known Vietnamese dish which you can prepare in your own home. Many traditional Vietnamese recipes are prepared in a clay pot, which is first soaked in water before being placed in a cold oven. As the pot heats up in the oven, tiny water particles are released, causing a pressure-steaming effect to cook the food. The result? Intensified flavour and tenderness, retention of nutrients and vitamins, and a wonderful aroma when the lid is removed. If using your clay pot for the first time, submerge it and the lid overnight in cold water, then proceed with the recipe. Thereafter the pot and lid need only be soaked for 15 minutes prior to using. It is important to use an unglazed clay pot, not a terra cotta baking pot with glazed interior and unglazed exterior. When removing the hot clay pot from the oven, always set it on a cloth pad or towel rather than a cold surface, or the sudden change in temperature may crack the pot. Preparation time for this recipe does not include soaking the pot or the time needed to marinate the chicken.

    Recipe #114177

    This low fat, low sodium recipe is from the "Good Health Clay Pot Cookbook" and is added in responce to a thread.

    Recipe #52736

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