Clay pot made of typical Pereruela refractory clay to perform all kinds of roasts and bathed with lead-free enamels regulated by the Health Department for greater peace of mind of our clients, complying with all regulations required by the Health Department for consumption. Its cooking at very high temperatures for a long time makes it have a great resistance to direct fire making it usable without any fear of breaking into barbecues, low fires, chimneys, wood-fired ovens, electric ovens ...
Its shape makes it one of the best-selling pieces over the past centuries and in the current one because it adapts perfectly to the circumferential shape of our wood-fired and clay ovens of Rosa Pottery Workshop.
On one side it has a pouring spout so that it is easy for us to pick up the sauce without it falling out and on the other side it has some small slots that make it easier to grab.
It has a wide variety of measurements from 30 cm to 70 cm (all of them 5 in 5 cm), which makes it a pot that serves many uses, from the typical roasted lamb or “tostón” to any kind of fish.
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MEASUREMENTS FROM 30 cm TO 65 cm (ALL OF THEM 5 IN 5 cm)
IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO KEEP IN MIND THAT ALL THE MEASUREMENTS OF OUR REFRACTORY CLAY POTS ARE APPROXIMATE (THEY MAY VARY SOME MILLIMETERS WITH RESPECT TO THE MEASUREMENTS INDICATED ABOVE) SINCE ALL OF THEM ARE MANUFACTURED IN ARTISANAL WAY WITH ANCESTRAL TECHNIQUES AS IT IS THE TECHNIQUE OF THE CLAYTURNING.
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This piece can be used in any kind of fire or stove such as:
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Alfarería Rosa S.L. has been a beneficiary of the European Regional Development Fund whose objective is to improve the competitiveness of SMEs and thanks to which an Internationalization Plan has been launched in order to improve its competitive position abroad during the year 2017. For this it has been supported by the XPANDE Program of the Chamber of Commerce of Zamora.