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Terra Cotta Cazuelas Rustic Roman Design - 6.5 Inch (4 Dishes) B074M4M1VD

  • Model: B074M4M1VD
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  • Handmade by skilled artisans

  • Lead-free, food-safe

  • Traditional Roman design

  • Size - 4 x 16 oz -- 2 cups

  • These dishes are more than a work of art. The sturdy, rustic Cook & Serve cazuelas are a chef’s best friend when you are cooking in the kitchen with your goal being “Hot things hot”. What makes them extraordinary is that these terra cotta dishes are made following the classical tradition of “refractory” clay, where the potters blend tiny heat retaining pebbles into the terra cotta clay. When you are not cooking, you can use these attractive rustic cazuelas to serve individual portions of cold tapas, olives, almonds, pico bread sticks and more. These rustic traditional cazuelas are of unparalleled quality. As they are made by hand, the measurements are not exact. A health note: The dish contains no lead and is perfectly safe for all applications. Ours is the only potter in Spain that uses photo-atomic analysis to assure that the products are cadmium-free and lead-free. The FDA requirement for a product being “lead-free” is one part per million (PPM). Our cazuelas have less than three hundredths (03) parts per million (PPM). Curing (prior to use): Soak the entire dish in water to cover for 12 hours. Drain and wipe dry. Rub the unglazed bottom with a cut clove of garlic. Fill the dish with water to 1/2 inch below the rim, then add 1/2 cup of vinegar. Place the dish on a flame-tamer over low heat and slowly bring the water to a boil (no flame tamer? Crumple a sheet of aluminum foil and create a ring that you place over your burner to create about an inch of space between the heat and the cazuela). Let the liquid boil down until only about 1/2 cup remains. Cool slowly and wash. Your cazuela is ready for use - the garlic has created a seal. It seasons the pot, kills bacteria and hardens the unglazed parts. To clean, soak in sudsy water and scrub with a soft brush to remove any hardened food. If you have not used the cazuela for an extended period of time, you may need to re-cure it before use.

    Terra Cotta Cazuelas Rustic Roman Design - 6.5 Inch (4 Dishes) B074M4M1VD


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