I have bought a full size Ramoska and think it is a brilliant cooking utensil (as long as you are careful not to burn yourself taking the lid off!) but the cook book that I bought to go with it does not have many recipes in. Do other cooks have any suggestions for their favourite Ramoska Recipes?
You're welcome, footsteps glad to be of some help!!
This reminds me that there may be a lot more to the Czech cuisine than what I have encountered... I was in Prague a couple of times but unfortunately I didn't get to enjoy their food very much... when you actually do some cooking with this item, tell us more about it!
I had never heard of a Ramoska until we bought a caravan and my aunt - who swears by her Ramoska - told me how good it was for cooking in a restricted area. We bought one from Lakeland and also the recipe book. But the recipe book is a little limited. Thanks to the website:Hooray for Home Cooking, recommended by fellow DC member, I tried something new last night. I heated a little oil in a foil dish in the Ramoska - together with some oil around the sides and then put a turkey breast in the foil dish and the par-boiled potatoes around the sides. Voila! An hour later I had roast turkey and roast potatoes. The Ramoska uses so little power that this - in this energy saving climate - is a real bonus (in more ways than one). The only drawback is that the lid - which contains all the heating - is quite heavy and you have to be careful where you place it when you are serving up. Apart from that it really is a brilliant appliance.