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Schlemmertopf Classic Glazed Clay Cooker, Medium


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  • Made in Germany
  • Glazed bottom makes cleaning easy
  • Serves 3-6 people
  • Dimentions: 14"Lx10.5"Wx7.75"H
  • Cooking book & instructions included
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 7.8 x 14 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000XP487I
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  • Item model number: 835
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,253 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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The classic glazed Schlemmertopf is made in Germany. It provides you with options in cooking as it can be used in either the oven of the microwave. It provides healthy cooking options for you, and comes with an instruction book and cook book. The top is unglazed and allows the moisture to cook into the food. The bottom is glazed inside and makes for easy cleanup and the ability to cook meats and sides together This size serves 3-6 people..

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This is the best way to cook a roast I have ever found.
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The coloring of the bakers will change with use, just chalk it up to part of the charm of using "real" cookware.
Laura Miller
Now it's the only thing I use to roast vegetables, as I'm a vegetarian - no meat.
L. Silverstone

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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Laura Miller on November 1, 2008
I found my first Schlemmertopf at a yard sale, never used and with instructions. Ten years later I own 6 different sizes including some Romertopf brands. I don't use anything else for baking, ever, with the exception being obvious things like pizzas or cookies. So far I have found many of mine second-hand; I believe this is because people don't use the bakers properly and think they don't work.

Let me be clear on this: you need to read the instructions. I'm not used to doing that, so I'm very grateful I did this time. You MUST soak the baker in water before using for the first several times. The terra cotta absorbs the water and then diffuses it inside the baker during cooking. This creates a moist atmosphere and a naturally-occurring broth for meats. After it becomes seasoned with regular use, you rarely or never have to soak it again. Soap, cleaners or the dishwasher must never be used as the terra cotta absorbs the "flavor" of soap and this will ruin your food, however they clean up really well with water. The bakers turn out perfect, moist roasts, meatloafs (no need for a special meatloaf pan!) and chickens and food generally cooks in less time. The coloring of the bakers will change with use, just chalk it up to part of the charm of using "real" cookware.

Whenever I am cooking for company, they ask about the bakers - apparently few people have seen them or know anything about them. For that reason, they make great gifts for people who love to (or simply have to) cook.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mary Jo L. Sinnen on February 12, 2010
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My husband and I received a clay roaster for a wedding gift 26 years ago and now our 24 year old son bought his first house and wanted one really bad. This one is alittle larger then ours and has the bottom glazed which ours does not but still works the same and makes the the beef roast just as delicious as my husbands. My family thinks this is the only way to make a roast. No other roaster will do. I highly recommend this product.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sharon C. Pope on February 25, 2009
I highly recommend this product to persons seeking to lower there fat intake and keep the flavor in there meals, your baked fowl will be juicy and browned to perfection, your beef and pork dishes will fall off the bone,fish will be flaky and cooked to please. This item is a must have for cooks that know there way around the kitchen and those that are new to cooking.I have given several clay pots as wedding presents and off to college presents.
I can't say enough about the advantages of clay pot cooking and this product you will just have to try it for yourself.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By L. Silverstone on October 17, 2010
I was given one of these as a gift and it took me two years to actually use it. Now it's the only thing I use to roast vegetables, as I'm a vegetarian - no meat. As soon as I'm out of leftovers, I roast up another batch immediately. Aside from the comedic hilarity that ensued the first time I tried to soak it before using - by trying to give it a bath in my bathtub - this thing is easy as pie to use and clean. I adore it and wish I could afford to give everyone on my holiday list one this year.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bridget M. Rocheford on March 12, 2012
I didn't learn how to cook until I was in my mid twenties. I determined that I was tired of eating deli foods and take-out, and so I bought a glazed Schlemmertopf. I don't recall what prompted me to buy it. The first dish I made, (seriously) was a tater-tot casserole. Then a tuna casserole. Then one day, a hamburger-tomato sauce concoction, which proved disastrous because the moment I placed the roaster on my counter it broke into several pieces and my casserole promptly oozed all over my counter and down the cabinets of the galley kitchen in my (then) studio apartment. I hadn't read the directions. Thus began my cooking career. I bought another one, and this time read the instructions. Ah. I hadn't soaked the cooker, and even worse, I had brought it out of a hot oven and placed it on a cold surface. Duh. Fast forward untold years later... I cook daily and well and I have a few of these roasters that I use regularly. Though I am occasionally moved to revisit my roots with a tater tot hot dish, I now use my roaster for curries and breads and vegetables of every sort. My roasters have the beautiful patina of use; darkened areas and stains. They are beautiful to present at the table. And they do what they are supposed to do, namely, roast food in a moisture-rich environment. A modicum of care in use will ensure wonderfully cooked food. I soak the top and bottom for 10 minutes before every use, make sure I put the roaster into a cold oven, and make sure that I do not expose it to sudden changes in temperature. P.S. the best clay pot cookbook I've yet seen is 'Clay Cookery', published by the editors of Consumer Guide. I'm sure it's out of print, but should be easy to find online.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By kejonas101 on November 29, 2010
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Love it love it love it. I use this for a lot of casseroles and pretty much don't use anything else now for stews and one pot meals that go in the oven. No problems and works as intended. Booklet has some nice recipes and you are only limited by your imagination.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By sock knitter on August 29, 2009
The Schlemmertopf Glazed Clay Cooker is wonderful for slow cooling in the oven. It shortens the time need to fully cook meat. The only problem with this one is there was a bubble in the glaze when it was fired and the grease from the meat has gone through to the clay and will just keep spreading under the glaze. I'm not sure who I would report the problem to. I've had one for many years and really like them. Lucille S
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