This Terra-Cotta Clay Baker Requires No Oils or Fats to Cook Foods

By: Michael Hemsworth - Feb 17, 2017
References: williams-sonoma & thegreenhead
This Terra-Cotta Clay Baker is a piece of kitchen cookware that incorporates the old-fashioned practices of days past with the low-calorie requirements of modern chefs. The baking cookware container works by being soaked in water for about 15-minutes or longer in order to let the moisture absorb into the porous material. It's then filled with vegetables or meats and placed in the oven to evenly cook foods using steam over oils or fats to ensure an evenly cooked meal.

The Terra-Cotta Clay Baker features a tight-fitting lid that helps the heat to be trapped within the container and to circulate it more evenly around foods. The cookware can be used for a variety of different recipes in order to cook foods evenly and without the need for additional fats.