|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 flour and salt together. Slowly add ... forms a soft dough, all of ... degrees. Baked ornaments are less fragile than those which have been air-dried.
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 water together. ... a ball. Roll dough on a floured ... fixative. Insert yarn into hole and tie into a bow. DO NOT EAT these ornaments.
Mix ingredients. Add food coloring. Keep in covered container.
Mix flour, salt and cream of ... pulls away fro pan. Remove from heat and knead immediately. Store in airtight container. Clay keeps for several months.
Boil water. Add vegetable oil. Add to dry ingredients. Mix well. When cool, work with hands. Store in airtight container. (This recipe is good for ...
Combine dry ingredients ... medium heat until dough pulls away from ... Spread on wax paper to cool and knead into soft ball. Store in airtight container.
Stir over medium heat to form a ball. Cool, knead to soft. Add food color.
Mix flour, salt, tartar in ... minutes until consistency of clay. (Mixture should not be sticky). Mixture will be warm to touch. Allow to cool before playing.
Stir all ingredients together in a pot or skillet. Next cook over low heat about 5 minutes until it pulls away from sides and forms a "lump". Cool ...
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