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Banana Bread In-A-Jar: DIY Favors
I made Banana Bread in a jar in the thermal cooker. Boiled the jars with their lids on in a pot of water for four minutes... Turned off the power... Transfered them into the thermal unit... and left them there for an hour and a half... and they were perfect. I could have kept them hot and ready to serve for up to eight hours
Peach Crisp in-a-Jar: DIY Favors
Peach Crisp in a Jar Followed instructions... Put into eight jars...with lids... sprayed the jars and lids first... Boiled two minutes... in my thermal cooker pots... transferred into the Saratoga Jacks thermal base...and shut the lid...two hours later I pulled out the cobbler. It was perfect.
THE BEST Crockpot meal I've tried yet:
The best THERMAL COOKER Dinner! Bottom Pot Ingredients: 1 bag of fresh thawed tortellini. 1 small bag of fresh spinach. 2 cans of italian style diced tomatoes. 1 box or 4 cups of vegetable broth 1 block of cream cheese cut into cubes... put all ingredients in thermal cooker Cook on high to get a one-two minute boil. Stirring constantly...transfer into thermal pot... close lid... Leave to slow cook for at least two hours... safe to eat all the way up to eight hours later. Stir before serv...
We Baked Potatoes in our Saratoga Jacks Thermal Cooker. They continued to cook with out power... AFTER only using enough energy for a four minute boil...and transfering them into the cooker. As a trial run we put one potato in a sealed Mason Jar...set it into the cooking pot and covered it with water. And the other potato we just put into the water next to it. We let them both boil in the water for four minutes. Then we transfered them to the thermal unit shutting them in for a minimum of three hours..to slow cook without power. We could have gone to eight hours. They both turned out the same. Perfect. The jar way just keeps the water clean for other uses, and could Work for doing only one or two at a time but keeping the pot as full as possible, like you are supposed to do... but with just water. Or by boiling the potatoes directly in the water I could get many many potatos done in the cooking pot at the same time. All I would need is some potato bar toppings and a salad to make a meal complete for eight to ten people.