Romertopf 99111 Glazed Clay Cooker Made in Germany, Medium

December 31, 2013 - Comment

German made Glazed Römertopf, has a glazed bottom and unglazed lid. The steaming method used by Römertopf surprises you time and time again by its unequalled tasty and healthy dishes and by being extremely easy to use. Used to cook a wide variety of meats, vegetables, desserts and breads. Product Features Holds 3.1 Quarts (Serves

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German made Glazed Römertopf, has a glazed bottom and unglazed lid. The steaming method used by Römertopf surprises you time and time again by its unequalled tasty and healthy dishes and by being extremely easy to use. Used to cook a wide variety of meats, vegetables, desserts and breads.

Product Features

  • Holds 3.1 Quarts (Serves 2-4 people)
  • Cooks in its own juices; additional fats, oils or liquids are hardly necessary
  • Vitamins and minerals are retained
  • nothing can burn, oven stays clean
  • natural flavors are intensified
  • Holds 3.1 Quarts (Serves 2-4 ppl)

Comments

Lieselotte Pritchard says:

Very nice! I have had a Römertopf for 35 years – it finally went broke. I was sure I could not find another one as good as my old one, but I did. Could not wait to try it out and once I did I knew I had a winner. Just like my old Römertopf – maybe even better. It is a healthy way to cook and so easy. Lilo Pritchard

Constanze Steegmiller says:

Love the Römertopf I sent this to my daughter-in-law and she loves it. I have one for over 30 years and still love mine even though mine is copletly unglazed which I love even more.The money is well spend because this roaster lasts forever and the flavor of the food you cook in it is unreal. Just don’t forget to always put the Römertopf into a cold oven, never use it on a cooktop and when taking it out of the hot oven, never set it on a cold surface, rather put down a towle first or set it on a cutting…

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