Imagine a line of cookware with all of the properties of stoneware, cast iron, and pyrex.
Now imagine if this line of cookware could also go in the oven or microwave, on the stove-top, and is dishwasher safe?
Sound like a fairy tale?
Well it isn’t, because we we found one, and we want to share it with you!
It is called the Emile Henry Flame Collection.
The Flame Collection is made in France from high fired Burgundy Clay.
The clay allows for slow even cooking temperatures, protecting the nutrients in your food.
The glaze finish makes cleanup a snap, and is even dishwasher safe. Something you can’t do with other stoneware or cast iron pieces
With so many pieces to choose from, how do you pick?
If you want versatility, try the Dutch Oven/Stewpot or Brasier, these are kitchen staples that will get daily use.
Or if you want something unique, try the Tangine. Its chimney dome lid allows the steam to circulate and even helps keep the ingredients tender and moist. It is perfect for any recipe that requires slow simmering.
Come out to Christmas in Maxwell and checkout the full line of Emile Henry Flame products. Lindia will even share her favorite recipes!
Here is a great recipe to use in your new cookware!
The world famous rice dish! Perfect for any gathering.
- Makes 6-8 servings.
- Prep Time: 1 hr.
- Cook Time: 1 hr. 20 min.
- 6 cups very strong chicken broth (bouillon)
- 1/2 tsp saffron
- 1/4 tsp smoked Spanish paprika (Piment?n de la Vera)
- 1 small onion, peeled
- 2 small chickens, about 2-1/2 lbs each
- 1/2 cup olive oil
- 1/4 lb of cooking chorizo, in 1/4 inch slices
- 1/4 lb piece jam?n serrano ham, diced
- 1 medium onion, chopped
- 4 scallions, chopped
- 4 tbsp chopped garlic
- 2 roasted piquillo peppers
- 1 lb small or medium shrimp, shelled
- 2 (Optional) Live lobsters, boiled, split and divided into tail sections and claws (discard or keep the head and small claws); or
- 4 (Optional) Lobster tails, split lengthwise;
- 8 (Optional) King crab claws; or
- 8 jumbo shrimp, in their shells, preferably heads on
- 3 cups short grain Spanish rice such as Bomba or Calasparra
- 5 tbsp chopped parsley
- 2 bay leaves, crumbled
- 1/2 cup dry white wine
- 1/4 lb fresh or frozen peas
- 18 clams and/or mussels, scrubbed
- Lemon wedges for garnish
- Parsley for garnish
Heat the broth with the saffron, piment?n and the whole onion. Cover and simmer 15 minutes. Remove the onion and measure the broth — you need exactly 5-1/2 cups.
Cut the chickens into small serving pieces — the whole breast in 4 parts, each thigh into 2 parts, the bony tip of the leg chopped off, the wing tip discarded, and the rest of the wing separated into 2 parts. Dry the pieces well and sprinkle with salt.
In a metal Paella pan, with about a 15 inch base, heat the oil. Add the chicken pieces and fry over high heat until golden. Remove to a warm platter. Add the chorizo, and jam?n to the pan and stir fry about 10 minutes. Add the chopped onion, scallions, garlic, and pimentos and saute until the onion is wilted. Add the shrimp and the lobster and saute about 3 minutes more, or until the shrimp and lobster barely turn pink (the lobster will cook more in the oven.) Remove the shrimp and lobster to the platter with the chicken. Add the rice to the pan and stir to coat it well with the oil. Sprinkle in the 5 tablespoons of chopped parsley and the crumbled bay leaves. (You can make in advance up to this point.)
Stir in the chicken broth, boiling hot, the wine, rice, and peas. Salt to taste. Bring to a boil and cook uncovered, stirring occasionally, over medium high heat about 10 minutes. Bury the shrimp and the chicken in the rice. Add the clams and the mussels, pushing them into the rice, with the edge that will open facing up. Decorate the paella with the lobster pieces, then bake at 325 F, uncovered, for 20 minutes.
Remove from the oven and let sit on top of the stove, lightly covered with foil, for about 10 minutes. To serve, decorate with lemon wedges and chopped parsley.
Lobster can be a little expensive, so replace it with a comparable amount of shrimp if you wish!
Recipe courtesy of Spain GourmeTour magazine.