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Pampered Chef: Deep covered Baker

  1. Just received my Covered Deep dish baker in the mail. What could I bake in there that would start to season this stone. I would like to make the lava cake for my family before my 1st party in 2 weeks. Shoiuld I maybe do Chicken instead to start to season this stone ? Thanks- Alanna:love:
    Mar 30, 2012
  2. maldvs

    maldvs Member

    If you want an easy meal for your family, I would start with the Grilled Chicken Penne Al Fresco. You can cook the chicken in it first (about 10 min, then check temp) then start the recipe. This is the recipe that I made my entire first month with PC because I already had the DCB before starting my biz.
    Mar 30, 2012
  3. babywings76

    babywings76 Legend Member Gold Member

    I find that you really don't need to season this stone when you are doing a lot of microwave recipes. When doing a cake recipe, I just spritz it with a little oil first and it's always just fine. Just go for it, you'll be fine. :D

    For recipe ideas, we have lots of recipes in the files section. There's also a Facebook group called I <3 My Deep Covered Baker. You'll find oodles and oodles of ideas there, too.
    Mar 30, 2012
  4. Thank you so very much! Alanna
    Mar 30, 2012
  5. KayteTUrner

    KayteTUrner Novice Member Gold Member

    My Director always suggests the 30 minute chicken in the microwave for the first recipe in a DCB. You can find more information under theme shows in CC.
    Mar 30, 2012
  6. Thank you Kayte. Alanna
    Mar 30, 2012
  7. dlhileman

    dlhileman Silver Member

    Has anyone seen recipes for the New Round Covered Baker?
    Apr 12, 2012
  8. Debbie Atwood

    Debbie Atwood Gold Member

    I am using my DDCB for the first time today to bake a ham. Recipe suggestions? And do I need to spray it with cooking spray? I've heard that that will leave a sticky residue?
    Jan 21, 2016
  9. raebates

    raebates Legend Member Staff Member

    Never use cooking spray. (This is a little late, but better late than never.) It will almost certainly leave a residue. You can spread a little oil in it if you're concerned about sticking, but I find that sticking is rarely an issue in the DCB.

    BTW, your name gave me pause. One of our "kids" is Debbie Atwood. She married a young man who we love like a son. He's a pastor in Ohio; they're the parents of 1-year-old twins. Oh, and I completely agree with the quote in your avatar--bacon is definitely meat candy.
    Jan 25, 2016
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