Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Porridge with electric cooker

My newest kitchen helper that I bought last month. 


It can be used to cook and steam and it is very easy to operate.

I use it mostly for Jamie's porridge. Just throw everything into it, add water to steamer and it is ready once water dried up from the bottom steamer. No need to watch after it as it will automatically off once no water in the steamer.

Jamie's current porridge menu includes minced meat, broccoli, carrot, potato and gingko nuts with a 1/2 teaspoon of Bovril. I used the electric cooker to cook them.

It is hard to find beef Bovril in supermarkets. So chicken Bovril will do.

Since I go solo, I have tried to cut down on cooking time. With the help of electric cooker and using Princess Ribbon's freezing method, it saves a lot of times. 

I'm relieved that I'm getting into a comfortable routine with my kids now.


10 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

Oooo, this is the electric lunch box, yes? Kam ngam, I also boiled hamtan peitan porridge yesterday, but using rice cooker.. Yep, we can freeze rice or porridge, but it depends on individual, certain people say got wind la, bla bla, so you have to try and see if it causes wind or stomach discomfort..

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Find that the electric lunch box quite useful to use...

ChrisAu said...

That's so convenient ! No need to stew it over those traditional gas cooker.

suituapui said...

I just use my rice cooker, triple the amount of water. No hassle at all, just open the lid a little when it starts to boil so it will not boil over.

Shirley Tay said...

Oh wow, I haven't seen Bovril in the longest years! Brings back childhood memories.......

Hayley said...

A lot of similar cooker like this these days, save time save energy!

mun said...

This cooker really saves time to cook porridge. Good to hear that you have worked out a routine already.

Yee Ling said...

I also have a similar electric lunch cooker which is very convenient. I never seen chicken bovril before!

ahlost said...

i didn't know there's such chicken bovril in the market.. which you just reminded me i should've gotten one for myself just now O.o

Sharon D said...

Ah..this is handy! ^.^