Try These Amazing Recipes With Your Induction Cooker
To help you get the most out of your induction cooktop we are sharing with you some delicious recipes. Remember, before you start cooking, make sure that the pan is compatible. One simple way to test the pan’s compatibility is to hold a magnet to the bottom of the pan. If the magnet clings, the pan is compatible.
Read on these delicious recipes that you can make with your induction cooker:
1. Spaghetti pasta: There is nothing more comforting than a hot bowl of warm and cheesy pasta. With its fast boiling time, induction cookers are perfect for making pasta. Boil water for the pasta in a pan over the induction cooktop. Put pasta and add salt to taste. Also, drizzle a little bit of oil so that the pasta doesn’t stick to each other. Once cooked, drain the pasta. In a pan, add garlic and home-made red sauce. Cook together for a minute. Add oregano and your favourite vegetables like broccoli and bell peppers. Remove the pan from the induction cooktop. Mix the sauce and pasta in a big bowl. Make sure the pasta is fully covered in the sauce. Serve with garlic bread.
2. Poha: Take 300 gm flattened rice and soak it in water for a few minutes and drain it. Take a pan and choose the ‘saute’ option on your induction cooker. Saute chopped onions, peanuts, green chilli and other vegetables of choice. Sprinkle salt and turmeric and add poha. Just gently mix everything and you will have your poha ready within minutes.
3. Dosa: There is nothing more comforting than hot dosas in the morning. And, this scrumptious and healthy breakfast item can be quite easily made on an induction cooker. Pour the dosa batter on the skillet placed on the induction cooktop. Select Kutchina induction cookers come with a control panel that offers a preset menu like ‘dosa’, barbecue, and saute. Select dosa and let the induction cooktop do its magic. The best thing is that dosa will start cooking as soon as the batter hits the pan. So quickly remove it from the pan and enjoy it hot!
4. Dal-chawal: No matter how much you relish gourmet meals, at the end of the day all you want is simple ‘ghar ka daal chawal’. There are many types of lentils that you can cook on the induction cooker. All you have to do is take a pressure cooker which is compatible with your induction cooker. Just prepare the tempering and add dal to it. Preparing rice on an induction cooktop is really easy. Just take the rice and add water. Choose ‘rice’ from the preset menu and once the rice is done cooking, the induction cooker will switch off automatically.
Pro tip: Induction cookers cook food faster, so make sure you prep before you place the cookware on the cooking surface. Happy cooking!
Why are induction cookers a must-have kitchen appliances in today’s households – where people live in tiny spaces or live a very fast-paced life?
If you live in a tiny space or you don’t have much time to cook, you may be wondering how you can cook fresh and healthy meals quickly. An induction cooker is the perfect solution to your problems. The compact design of the induction cooktop allows you to keep it anywhere. The direct transfer of heat to the pan keeps – makes cooking fast and helps you keep pace with your fast-paced life. For Indian cooking, 1400- 2000 watt induction cookers are ideal. If you are looking for an induction cooker of 2000 watt, check these products — Bronzy, Ember and Cosmic induction cookers.