How do you use an Idli cooker?
I hope you are referring to the idli stand. If you have the idli batter with you, here's what you have to do: 1. Take a pressure cooker; pour some water in it. 2. Apply a drop of oil with your finger on all of the idli moulds...just to prevent it from sticking. 3. Pour the batter in the mould and stack the stand one above the other. 4. Place it in the pressure cooker...make sure that the lower level of the batter is not submerged under water. 5. Close the pressure cooker....BUT DO NOT PLACE THE WHISTLE. Place it on a gas stove and steam for about 20 min.
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t omake food. please, can you explain in more detail?
\nIt provides faster cooking of foods. The increased pressure and holding that higher pressure allows the water to rise to a higher temperature before biling out as steam thus… cooking faster.\n. \nThe same principle is used in automobile radiators to pressurized them and allow higher water temperatures without boiling out the water as steam.
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ADVANTAGES OF USING A PRESSURE COOKER: 1)Foods cook much faster with pressure cooking than with other methods. Due to the shorter cooking time, vitamins are preserved rela…tively well during pressure cooking. 2)Cooking food in pressure cookers requires much less water than conventional boiling, so food can be ready sooner. 3)Less energy is required than that of boiling, steaming, or oven cooking. 4)Pressure cookers can use much less liquid than the amount required for boiling or steaming in an ordinary saucepan. 5)Food is cooked at a temperature above the normal boiling point of water which kills most micro-organisms.
It is used the same as most any other pressure cooker. Cooking time for different food can be found with a simple search online. The Imusa cooker i have didn't come with a sma…ll cooking rack which is kind of a bummer so the food must be placed in the liquid. But for a mid meatloaf you add about 1/2 to 3/4 cup of water, lock the lid let the pressure build and cook. Once the pressure valve on the top starts to move it takes about 20 to 25 minutes for a 2.5 to 3 lb meatloaf. Other foods have different cooking times, but on average you can figure about 50 percent of the time it would take to cook the same food item in a tradional oven. For complete instructions and timetables visit http://bit.ly/j5gen
home cookers use methane supplied in gas form. portable stoves can use ethane, propane or, most commonly, butane which is stored in liquid form inside the canisters
A reflective one.
The desert Indians would make a clay vessel and load it then seal it with clay. It would bake in the sun all day. Now there are solar cookers the use a parabolic dish to conce…ntrate the sun on a cooking rack.
I think propane is used for cooking in barbeques but some stoves use propane too.
Ive not a darn clue
If you use the right plug, then yes
Propane or butane
Natural gas or electric=stoves Propane or charcoal=BBQ.
In Slow Cookers
Yes, milk, rice and a little sugar makes a smashing rice pudding in a slow cooker.
Not only cheaper, but safer. Even though you can make more things on the gas cooker.