|Smart Clay Pot Cookery|
|by Carol Heding Munson|
It's time-tested, efficient, and one of the easiest ways to cook up a great meal. If you've never used a clay pot before, then you're in for a tre...
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Mix just enough water to make it smooth and workable. If clay gets dry, mix in a little more water. Store tightly covered.
Mix all ingredients well. Cook over low heat stirring constantly until dough is firm (about 10 to 15 minutes.) Remove from hat. Let cool to touching ...
Cook all ingredients in ... Cook over medium heat until clay is the consistency of mashed potatoes. Cool and play. Keep in refrigerator when not in use.
Mix cornstarch and soda, then add water and mix thoroughly. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Thicken to consistency of mashed potatoes. Let it ...
Mix together and add: Coloring, if desired OR, in saucepan, stir thoroughly: 2 c. (1 lb. pkg.) baking soda Mix in: Heat, stirring constantly, until ...
Food color if desired. Mix together. DO NOT COOK. Store in plastic bag preferably in the refrigerator. Great for school projects.
Mix flour, salt ... into a workable clay. Color if you like. If too moist and sticks to fingers, add flour. If too dry and crumbles, work in more water.
Mix all together and cook over medium heat for approximately 4 minutes, stirring constantly, until consistency of mashed potatoes. Knead like bread ...
In a large ... smooth. Store this clay in an airtight ... spray will give a glossy finish. I have used this recipe with the Cub Scouts - it's real easy!
Mix soda and ... damp cloth. When clay is cool enough ... ready to use. Store in a sealed, plastic bag. Clay may be dried and painted with tempera paint.
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