Besides heating water, a kettle can also be used to prepare simple and quick meals that will satisfy your hunger.
An electric kettle can still be a lifesaver when you live alone, stay in a hostel, or even run out of cooking gas. Besides heating water, a kettle can also be used to prepare simple and quick meals that will satisfy your hunger.
Whether it’s maggi, boiled eggs or even oats, here are some recipes to try in an electric kettle:
Maggie: Maggi has always been the easiest option to fill your belly. It is also the only savior for those living in a hostel or staying away from home. But if you didn’t cook it in a kettle, here’s how. First, boil some water and add the Maggi masala to it. Next, break your Maggi noodles in half and add them to the boiling water. Mix everything in a kettle and wait 4-5 minutes until the noodles are cooked. Serve when hot.
Boiled eggs: This is another quick and healthy recipe you can rely on. It is best to take with breakfast or when feeling hungry. First place the eggs carefully in the kettle and add water to them. Let boil for at least 10 to 15 minutes. Once boiled, take them out for the water, remove the shells, cut them in half, then add a little pepper and salt.
Steamed rice: Yes, you can prepare steamed rice in an electric kettle. Rice is usually prepared in boiling water, so cooking it in a kettle shouldn’t be a problem. First clean your rice and wash it. Then add water to the kettle and put the rice in it. Boil it until soft. Try to keep the amount of rice a little less. When done, serve hot!
Oats: If you are one of those who like to eat healthy in the morning, a bowl of oats is the right option. It’s a quick, easy, healthy and nutritious meal. To prepare this, mix oats with water and your choice of masalas in a kettle. Allow to boil until fully cooked. Then place it in a bowl and add salt and pepper if desired.
Soup: When you have a fever or want to enjoy cooler weather, a bowl of soup is always comforting. To do this, mix water, soup powder, spices and vegetables and boil them in an electric kettle. Once prepared, add a pinch of salt and pepper.