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Recipe Suggestion from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kodad

Kent, Washington


4 Apples (cored)

1/2 Cup Sugar

2 Tablespoons flour

1 and 1/2 Teaspoons cinnamon

1/4 Cup melted butter

1/3 Cup chopped walnuts

4 Tablespoons water


Core apples and peel (optional). Combine sugar, flour & cinnamon, mix well. Roll apples in melted butter then in sugar mixture. Put on post of Apple Baker™. Put on the nuts and add water. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes.


The flour in this recipe turns the juice into a caramel. We use Rome Beauty apples, but most any apple will do.

Almost any soup, sauce or gravy makes a great topping for your Bakato! here are some of our ideas -- You are certain to some up with many more. Bon appetit!


 Bakato Olé -- Leftover or canned chili combines with the potato for a super-satisfying one-dish meal. Sprinkle with grated cheddar cheese.

 Tomato Bakato -- Your favorite spaghetti sauce with sauteed mushrooms, onions and peppers turns a potato into an italian delight!

 French Onion Bakato -- Instant onion soup mix makes a quick luncheon or side dish. Use about a 1/2 cup per serving, top with cheese.

 Broccoli n' Cheese Bakato -- Steam broccoli florets until just tender. Drain and fold into prepared cheese sauce.

 Zucchini Bakato -- Lay a small zucchini lengthwise over spikes. Cook for 30 minutes at 350 degrees F. Then remove, slice, and spoon stewed tomatoes over the length. Top with grated parmesan cheese. Return to oven 10 minutes and serve.

 Sweet Bakato -- Cook as directed for white potato. Drizzle melted butter or syrup and add crushed pineapple, marshmallows, or marmalade. Return to oven 10 minutes and serve.

Bakato Use Instructions

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Scrub potato one medium or two small potatoes. Center over Bakato cooking spikes and press down firmly with heel of hand, until potato rests on bottom of dish. (Though not absolutely necessary, you may find it convenient to start holes with a knife point.) Place Bakato in preheated oven and set timer for 50 minutes. Remove carefully from oven and slice potato in half lengthwise. Fluff potato with a fork and apply spoonfuls of desired topping. Return to 400 degree oven for another 5-10 minutes. Garnish and serve!


NOTE: When serving, it's a good idea to place the hot Bakato dish on a place mat or small plate, to protect tabletop surfaces.


Microwave Instructions:

The Bakato is perfect for microwave use. You can cook a medium-sized potato in just 6 minutes. Add toppings from the stove or fridge during the last 2 minutes of cooking. Remove carefully, as the potato will heat the dish itself.


Apple Baker Basic Cooking and Care Instructions

Core and apple, put it on the post, bathe with one tablespoon spoon butter and water , garnish with raisins, nuts, honey, maple syrup, sweet spices or anything festive.


Preheat oven to 350 degrees f then bake 20 to 30 minytes depending on size.


The clay will take on the heat and cook from the inside out. The Original Apple Baker is also an attractive serving dish and will help keep your apple warm longer.


Apple Baker Microwave Instructions

Prepare apples as above and cook on high for 1.5 to 3 minutes.


Ourt apple bakers can be stacked rim to rim, bottom to bottom, for space-saving convenience.


They are microwave safe and lead free.


Cupper Carafe Use Instructions

Place Cupper Carafe onto coffee maker hot plate (spout straight in) and brew coffee according to your experience or the coffee maker’s instructions. Tight fit? Swing filter basket out, place Carafe on hot plate, return basket to brewing position. Coffee makers with ‘Automatic Pause Serve’ feature will require disabling drip stop when using our Carafe. Simply remove the tiny rubber stopper from the rocker arm on the underside of the filter cone, replace cone and brew as usual. After brewing, remove filter basket and put lid on Carafe to hold in heat. Place your thumb on lid when pouring. A thin smear of shortening or wax on the pour spout rim will eliminate drips.


Our Carafe can be safely used in any microwave oven for reheating. Fits the 12 cup coffe makers: Krups ®, Braun ®, Melitta ®, Mr. Coffee ®, Bunn ®, Proctor Silex ®, Black & Decker ®, Norelco ®, West Bend ®, et al.


Cleaning Carafe:

Wash by hand or in dishwasher. For hard to remove stains use baking soda and a plastic mesh pad. Care should be taken not to boil coffee dry in carafe. However, if this does happen, cool the carafe to room temperature, clean out coffee residue and use again. Glaze is lead free.




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