|The Best of Clay Pot Cooking|
|by Dana Jacobi|
Since Roman times, cultures around the world have been enchanted with cooking in clay and the juicy, full flavors it preserves in any dish.
Results 1 - 10 of 149 for salt clay
Mix salt and water; heat 3 to 4 minutes. Remove from heat and add remaining ingredients. Stir quickly. Heat if too thin. This hardens and can be painted
Mix flour and salt; add a ... a ball of clay; firm, not ... after 24 hours or after dry. If you don't want to shape right away, put it in a plastic bag.
Mix salt and 1/2 cup ... This happens quickly. Spoon the clay onto table or board to cool. Store air tight. It will harden in the sun and can be painted.
In medium saucepan mix salt and 2/3 cup ... about 2 pounds clay (about 10 large ... covered; use within two weeks. Knead stored clay thoroughly before using.
Heat salt and water in ... minute. When cool, wrap in plastic or foil. 1/2 of this recipe is enough for a large salt map. (One on a sheet of paper. 9 x 12.)
Mix flour and salt together. Slowly add ... or baked 1-2 hours at 200-250 degrees. Baked ornaments are less fragile than those which have been air-dried.
Mix salt and flour with ... be kneaded into clay, or object ... dry - about 2 days; then paint with water colors if coloring was not added to clay mixture.
Mix, knead and shape. Air dry or bake at 325 degrees until it begins to brown. Baked work can be painted. Plastic varnish will help preserve it and ...
Mix flour, salt and alum with ... more water if clay is too stiff. ... for about 3 hours. Wrap leftover dough in a plastic bag and store in refrigerator.
Stir while cooking, ... with water color. Clay can always be ... cover. A damp cloth placed over the clay will help to keep it moist until the next time.
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