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Romertopf by Reston Lloyd Classic Series Glazed Natural Cooker/Roaster, Turkey Extra Large Size
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- Clay baker handcrafted in Germany designed for making moist, delicious roasts, braises and breads, and meats
- Soak the top before use, the lid will absorb water to create a blanket of steam inside and out; natural flavors are intensified
- Features side handles; glazed bottom makes clean up easy
- Holds 7.3 quarts; and up to 18 lbs.; serves 6-8 people; measures 17.25" x 13.25" x 8.75"
- Dishwasher safe;oven safe; microwave safe
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Reston Lloyd was founded in 1972 and produces high quality enamel on steel kitchen, melamine, and acrylic accessories to produce Corelle coordinates as well as their private brand Calypso Basics. In addition, Reston Lloyd is the exclusive distributor for both Romertopf and Mawa which are home & kitchen products from Germany. These high end quality products are one of the corner stones to Reston Lloyd, who focus on quality merchandise from Germany. German made Glazed Romertopf, has a glazed bottom and unglazed lid. The steaming method used by Romertopf surprises you time and time again by its unequalled tasty and healthy dishes and by being extremely easy to use. Each piece is handcrafted in Germany using natural clay. The unglazed top is to be soaked before use. The lid will absorb the right amount of water every time and creates a blanket of steam inside and out during the cooking process. The glazed bottom is made of a glass frit material and does not contain any non-stick chemicals. This allows for easy release and clean up. Contains no lead, cadmium, dyes or plastics. All natural and European tested. Dishwasher and microwave safe and oven safe to 900 Degrees F. Not for freezer use. Designed from decades of tradition, this Classic Series embodies the tradition of clay cooking. The series comes embossed with pictures of traditional food images. The largest of the series is decorated with Caesar and Roman columns which reflect it's origin. Romertopf has lasted the test of time because it is easy to use and nutritious.
Romertopf Classic Series
The Römertopf revives old cooking traditions while at the same time possessing a number of thoroughly modern advantages. This ideal roaster is unlike most cookware because of its natural high quality clay from Germany, which will help retain vitamins and minerals in your dishes. Cooking in Römertopf not only save nutrients but save time as well, as the baker will not need your attention while it cooks your meal to perfection. This German made Römertopf comes with an all-natural glass frit glazed bottom (not a non-stick coating) which will allow for easy and quick clean up. The unglazed top has very fine pores to absorb water and when put in the oven will create a gentle layer of steam to develop inside the Römertopf for succulent and juicy results.
1½ Quart Roaster
This small clay roaster is great for so many things like, desserts, breads, soups or for 2-3 people servings.
- Measures 12.25“L x 7.75“W x 6.25“H | Storage height is 4.25”H- when lids are inverted
- 1½ Quart Capacity - will hold 3.3 lbs of food
Classic Turkey Size
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1) I will always use a Romertopf to roast thanksgiving day turkey and any whole bird on any other day.
2) I will never brine a poultry with the anticipation that the poultry will stay moist.
For the first time I did not brine the Turkey and used the Romertopf. The results were phenomenal. It just took a little over 2 hours at 420 deg F. I was pleasantly surprised to see the skin nicely browned and for the most part evenly too (I was not expecting this result). I had to drain the fat away and keep it in the oven for 5 more minutes, remove it out and let it settle for 20 minutes.
Started carving the bird and people started to sample the turkey. There was a line - yes a line.
Enough said- I highly recommend this method of roasting poultry.