Schlemmertopf Crock Pot Recipes: Fun Cooking for a Healthy Christmas Diet
We all want to eat healthy, so we try to have a good diet every day. But it’s hard to do that in the holiday season where food is plentiful. One of the modern ways to maintain a good food lifestyle, even on vacation, is to prepare food in clay pots, and Schlemmertop can be your partner.
The Original Enameled Schlemmertop is a type of clay cookware with a lightly enameled bottom to offer more advantages to clay firing. If washing cookware is a daunting process for you, you’ll find the glazed clay pot easier to clean since food particles, flavors, spices, and odors aren’t absorbed into the pot. While this clay is glazed, it offers the same healthy meals, without added fats and oils, that unglazed clay cookware can offer. With it, your food is also cooked in its natural juices, preserving all the liquids, taste, flavor, nutrients and vitamins.
Try this tasty recipe for Schlemmertopf clay with the essence of fresh herbs.
Stuffed flank steak
- 1 flank steak
- some flour
- 4 cups of bread cubes
- 3/4 cup fresh celery, chopped
- 2 small onions, chopped
- 1 1/2 teaspoons of sage
- salt and pepper
Always start with the basic requirement when using clay pots. Soak the lid of the Glazed Schlemmertopf crock pot. Arrange flank steak crosswise then sprinkle with salt and pepper; coat with the flour and mash well with a potato masher. In a small bowl, mix bread cubes, onions, celery, and sage. Moisten with a little water and then season with salt and pepper. Spread the stuffing over the flank steak. When ready, roll up the meat and tie or fasten the edge with toothpicks. Put in your Schlemmertopf crock pot and cover. Place in cold oven and raise temperature to 425 degrees F. Bake for 115-120 minutes. By then you will have a delicious crust and a juicy steak.
Cooking Schlemmertopf clay recipes is a fun way to savor your favorite foods even on long vacations. For an added bonus, the enamel pot is easy to clean without bacteria buildup; no worries about mold and no stains or food label issues. You can even serve your dish straight from the pot to your holiday dinner table. Keep in mind that if it stays covered, your food will stay hot for a long time. This makes clay cooking not only an ideal way to cook low-fat diets, but a time-honored trick for enjoying hot foods from start to finish of your meals.
So this Christmas, enjoy Schlemmertop’s Crock Pot Recipes for a healthy Christmas diet!