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  • An induction cooker uses a type of induction heating for cooking. It is chiefly distinguished from other common forms of stovetop cooking by the fact that the heat is generated directly in the cooking vessel, as opposed to being generated in the stovetop by electrical coils or burning gas.

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The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook: 250 No-Fail Recipes for Pilafs, Risottos, Polenta, Chilis, Soups, Porridges, Puddings, and More, from Start to Finish in Your Rice Cooker (Non)

The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook: 250 No-Fail Recipes for Pilafs, Risottos, Polenta, Chilis, Soups, Porridges, Puddings, and More, from Start to Finish in Your Rice Cooker (Non)

Rice cookers are perfect for how we cook today--versatile and convenient, they have one-button technology, don't take up much counter space, and are a breeze to clean. And they can do so much more than produce foolproof rice, beans, and grains. The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook shows you how to make everything from Thai Curried Rice to Chocolate Pots de Creme with Poached Fresh Cherries, from Breakfast Barley to Turkey Chili with Baby White Beans.

Beth Hensperger and Julie Kaufmann's The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook offers 250 timesaving, convenient, and healthy recipes for making everything from simple white rice to full-course meals. This cookbook proves the rice cooker--which tends to have a bad rap as a never-opened or oft-neglected wedding gift--can be surprisingly versatile: not only does it prepare your rice, it can be used for every dinner course--salad, soup, vegetable, entree, and even dessert.
There is a complete buying and cooking guide for the many rice varieties, as well as other whole grains such as barley, millet, wheat berry, and quinoa. Many of the recipes provide convenient alternative cooking methods for traditional dishes like Italian risottos (the Italian Sausage Risotto is wonderful). Hensperger and Kaufmann show the rice cooker can also work miracles for hot breakfast cereals and porridges with such recipes as Hot Fruited Oatmeal. Delightful main courses include Steamed Ginger Salmon and Asparagus in Black Bean Sauce, and the meal is done almost exclusively within the rice cooker for simple preparation and cleanup. The dessert section has many ideas beyond the expected Old-Fashioned Rice Pudding--the Poached Pears with Grand Marnier Custard Sauce is one elegant and sophisticated example. Both authors of this cookbook are seasoned food writers and this combined effort gives tasty, easy, and healthy recipes that will motivate you to use what has been, until now, an underutilized appliance. --Teresa Simanton

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Tomatoes on the Induction Cooker

Tomatoes on the Induction Cooker

Recently I purchased a single burner induction cooker. This is an innovative approach to cooking food. The process was discovered/invented in the early 1900s and demonstrated in the 1950s by General Electric. It is widely used in Europe and Asia, but little known in the U.S. It cooks at least one third more efficiently than regular electric coils. The pot must contain sufficient iron in its material to interact with the energy source. Cast iron and LeCreuset-type cookware are perfect companions to the cooker. Induction cooking is instantly hot, quicker than standard methods, and very cool to operate, making it outstanding in the hot summer weather. (Le Creuset stockpot.)

Steam Canning on the Induction Cooker

Steam Canning on the Induction Cooker

I substitute this ferrous skillet for the aluminum base of the steamer. The fit between top and bottom is not perfect, and water leaks around the edge, but it is easy to dry with a dish towel, especially as the black glass surface is not hot (but warm). This was an experiment. I wouldn't do it this way always, but it did work! (Induction cookers require pots with bottoms containing sufficient iron [must respond to a magnet]).

induction cookers reviews

induction cookers reviews

Circulon Infinite Induction Cooker

Induction is a method of cooking whereby a magnetic coil produces a high-frequency electromagnetic field. Magnetism then penetrates the magnetic material of a pan, setting up a circulating electric current which generates heat. The heat produced in the pan is then transferred to the contents. Instead of heating the area under and around a pan like a traditional gas or electric burner, an induction burner turns your pan into the heat source. Induction cooking is extremely efficient. 90% of the energy generated by induction goes directly into the pan, compared with only about 55% efficiency for gas and electric ranges. Induction cooking is fast - water boils nearly twice as fast with induction cooking than with traditional stovetops so you use less energy making it . Cookware made of magnetic metal such as 18/0 stainless steel, carbon steel and cast iron is induction suitable. Infinite Circulon, along with a number of other brands of cookware are ideally suited for induction cook tops.

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