#878 Cooking in the future
What is “logical cooking”?
Today I’d like to share a story about “logical cooking” with you.
I found that you can significantly reduce cooking time and make delicious food by using advanced electrical cooking appliances.
One day I went to my friend H’s house. She has many kinds of cooking appliances and she is very good at using them.
Let’s start cooking!
At the begging, she used the “Panasonic Homebakery” to make walnut bread since it needed about 3 hours to bake. The machine was quite quiet when the dough was being kneaded.
Then she set a chunk of pork meat in the “Zojirushi Atsuryoku IH Nabe” and added some seasoning to make a braised pork. It took about 1 hour.
Next we made “Nikujaga”(Japanese potato with meat) with “SHARP HEALSIO HOTCOOK”, which can stir food when cooking them. We just cut some potatoes, an onion and a half of carrot and put some meat into the machine. It took about 40 min.
All of the 3 dishes were cooked automatically with electrical cooking appliances. We just prepared the ingredients and pressed the buttons.
When we were waiting for the food we made Carrot rapees which is just grated carrot. She let me use a special slicer. It was faster than using a knife.
We also drunk coffee made with the Nespresso coffee machine. It was so tasty and convenient.
Food was ready
Meanwhile, food was ready. The pork meat was tender and very delicious. Nikujaga’s potatoes had nice color and tasted wonderful! Both ingredient soaked in the very flavor well in only 1 hour.
The bread was soft, smelled great and yummy!
↑Ingredient soaked very well in only 1 hour
↑Carrot rapees and walnut bread
Just push the button
Finally I found that we can rely on electrical cooking appliances and don’t have to stand in front of the stove for a long time. Because these appliances can work hard for us with just the push of a button and the food was so delicious.
My friend H has a lot of cooking tools in a big kitchen. She knows these products very well and knows when to use them at the right way. Besides, it seemed that she enjoyed using them.
Thank you H for inviting me to your house and showing your special tools.
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