Introduction to Container Cooking in the Thermal Cooker

Introduction to Container Cooking in the Thermal Cooker


Let’s touch a little bit on container cooking,
although for the most part we are going to go into great detail on containers in the
Container Cooking Series. With containers you are able to cook all those
foods that you cannot normally cook in a thermal cooker because so far we have talked
about food being soup, right? Soup, beans, grains and more soup. Because it has to come to a boil in a thermal
cooker. But, by using containers, now we can put all
those things in here that normally cannot come to a boil. We can do meat loaf with potatoes, chicken
enchiladas, and bread, lasagna. There are so many things you can put into
containers. The basic instructions are, put you food into
the container. Two of these containers fit perfectly down
into the 7 liter pot. Put water around the containers, bring the
water to a boil, extend the boiling time, put it into the thermal unit. You have a meal that normally can’t come to
a boil but you are able to utilize the thermal cooker. The second thing that I find very important
about using containers, is that it is a way to control portion sizes. This pot is big and it will serve 8 to 12
people. At my house we would be eating of this for
a week. By using containers you can control your portion
sizes and only make the amount of food that you need. I hope you find this information useful. You can find more information in my Let’s
Make Sense of Thermal Cooking Cookbook. Also on my website at thermalcooking.net.

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