Why not add a little green to pot for spring? Parsley is more than just for garnishing food it adds …Read More
It just cannot be stressed enough how many delicious recipes you can make in your clay pot. It’s so versatile …Read More
Because of the choice of ingredients – a healthy assortment of vegetables and lentils called pigeon peas and cooked with …Read More
Recently we’ve been answering questions regarding cooking spinach recipes in your clay pots. Here’s a recipe we’d like to share …Read More
Even after people of the ancient Southeast Asian culture gradually switched from cooking in clay to metals, they have always …Read More
You can make excellent healthy, home made yogurt in your MEC pots. It turns out more delicious, thicker and for sure healthier… and all you need is the pot! No need for any additional gadgets.
It’s easy to make, and there are 3 steps involved: heat the milk to just before boiling point (till small bubbles form on the surface), let it cool down to about 110 degrees. Add yogurt culture. Set in the oven with lid on and oven light on. Let it incubate for 6-8 hours….Read More
If you are looking for a healthy substitute for meat, lentils are for you. Teeming with nutrition especially protein and Iron and low in fat, lentils fill you up without feeling the need for fatty foods. Lentils are tiny beans belonging to the legume family. They add color to your kitchen racks as they come in black, green, red, white, yellow and brown shades. Lentils are available throughout the year and can be stored fresh in air tight containers for up to 2 years!Read More
The directions are the same when cooking pasta in your pot. You don’t have to wait for the water to boil.
Add pasta to water on the stove (don’t wait for the water to boil), close the lid and let it cook, check the pot in 20-25 minutes. Using a fork, press the pasta against the wall of the pot to check if it’s cooked. If it’s not cooked give it a few more minutes, check again in a few minutes and turn the stove off when the pasta looks like it’s almost done. Turn the stove off and give it 5 minutes and until al dente…
One of the first things that convinced me that Clay Cooking was a worthy pursuit to dedicate my life was after tasting a soup with lentils cooked in a clay pot! So many years later I still remember the taste, it was like nothing I’d tasted before, there was so much more flavor and richness to each grain of lentil. My experience since that 1st time has only increased in appreciation for food cooked in clay…
It’s very easy and quick to make soups in your clay pots. Here’s a list of few things to keep in mind:Read More
It’s very easy to steam vegetables in your MEC pots. All you need is your pot and its lid, no additional gadgets needed. Steaming vegetables in you MEC clay pot takes less time and the vegetables get cooked more thoroughly without losing their shape, taste AND Nutritional Value. Steam locking lids hold all the steam inside making your veggies very juicy and delicious!Read More