Hot Smoker & Roaster Oven Casserole Set

Hot Smoker & Roaster Oven Casserole Set
Brand: Netherton Foundry
Product Code: NFS-155
Availability: In Stock
Price: £150.00
Ex Tax: £125.00

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Netherton Foundry Hot Smoker & Roaster Oven Casserole Set 

Hot smoke and cook your favourite foods at home on your hob top.                                                                 2017 model                 

A great way of adding natural flavour to fish, duck, chicken, cheeses etc. 
Also perfect for roasting chestnuts.

The set comprises:                                                                                                                                 

Cast iron 7 pint (4 litre) oven safe bowl, lid and knob with easy clean flax oil coating.                                            
Spun iron smoker dish. Perforated to allow smoke to permeate the food.                                                            
Spun iron smoke chip tray.                                                                                                                              
Smoke flavouring chips. We include 3 bags of untreated oak chips, locally sourced, enough for 6 uses.      
Instructions to get you started.
 
Also cook perfect casseroles and stews in this pre-seasoned cast iron casserole dish.
Remove the lid for crumbles and puddings. 
But that's only half of it  - it's also suitable for stove top cooking on gas and electric hobs, including ceramic and halogen.
Ideal for risottos, curries, soups etc
Pre-seasoned with flax oil for an easy clean finish. 
Coating can simply be restored at home, time after time.
Ideal for gas or electric hobs, ovens, ranges and outdoor cooking on flames but we don't recommend using the smoker on induction hobs.
 
    

If you have not used seasoned iron cookware before please read this:

We suggest you read the product care advice : CLICK HERE TO READ
You can see how to re-season bowls & lids in a short video: CLICK HERE TO SEE VIDEO
When you need to re-season, we recommend using flax oil, you can buy this from us: CLICK TO BUY FLAX OIL 

An extract from the instruction booklet:

PREPARING YOUR FOOD READY FOR SMOKING 

Before cured foods are smoked, they should be allowed to air-dry long enough to form a tacky skin, known as a pellicle. The pellicle plays a key role in producing excellent smoked items. It acts as a kind of protective barrier for the food, and also plays an important role in capturing the smoke’s flavour and colour.

Most foods can be properly dried by placing them on racks, by hanging them on hooks or sticks. It is important that air be able to flow around all sides. They should be air-dried uncovered, in the refrigerator or a cool room. To encourage pellicle formation, you can place the foods so that a fan blows air over them. The exterior of the item must be sufficiently dry if the smoke is to adhere.

We recommend that you place damp or wet food on a “dish” made of aluminium foil to prevent any moisture from the food dripping onto the flavouring and preventing them from smoking.
Make sure you apply a thin coating of oil to the foil in order to prevent adhesion.

    Photos of Smoked Duck Breast from Dan J.

HOW TO USE YOUR SET FOR HOT SMOKING FOOD

Place the shallow smoke tray into the bottom of the cast iron casserole bowl.
Add your smoke flavourings on to the smoker tray.
We supply you with a starter pack of locally sourced, untreated oak chips.
As a guide we would suggest you start with two tablespoons of oak chips. 
Sit the smoker dish on top of the tray and put the cast lid on the casserole bowl.
Place the casserole dish on the hob or on your Kitchen Companion Heater Base and turn the heat to HIGH/MAX.
Leave for 20 minutes for the chips to combust and create smoke.
Have your food ready. After 20 minutes of heating, carefully place the food into the smoker dish and replace the casserole lid.
Continue to cook for at least 25 minutes to develop the smoke flavour and cook your food.

Beef, lamb and duck may be served pink, but you must ensure that all pork and chicken products are thoroughly cooked. Try experimenting with different smoking ingredients such as tea, rice, spices and citrus zest.  We like wood chips from fruit trees such as apple & pear, these are available on-line. 
Look out for new ideas & recipes on the website www.netherton-foundry.co.uk  & our blog www.netherton-foundry.blogspot.com

SUGGESTIONS FOR SMOKED FOODS

Here are a few suggestions for your first smoking experiences with your Netherton Foundry product.
Please remember when creating your own recipes that depending on the ingredients used, cooking times may vary.
Ingredients: 
Bacon, sausages, duck breast, chicken, whole garlic bulbs, aubergines, mushrooms, cheese. 
Menu ideas:
Smoked chicken with a carrot and cardamom puree
Bacon chops on Spring greens
Chicken breast with beetroot salad
Pork and beef smoked meatballs with a harsissa based sauce
Smoked aubergine dip
Pork tenderloin stroganoff

Netherton Foundry, Shropshire, England. 

A family business, designing & making quality traditional cookware from materials 
sourced in Shropshire and its neighbouring counties.
 
Netherton Foundry Copyright 2017
 
 

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