- Other than shortening the cooking time, should you adjust a recipe when using a mini cocotte instead of a large one?
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Shortening the cooking time is not necessarily a good idea. Think in terms of capacity when you prepare whatever is going in. Just make a smaller batch. It's all about balance.
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