No Stove? This Couple Made Homemade Salmon Sinigang Using A Rice Cooker!
It's time to discover the potential of your rice cooker and toaster.
Living in a condominium comes with its sets of challenges and for most condo dwellers, the no-stove rule is a major struggle.
This is exactly Robert and Bianca Patenia's current living situation as they are not allowed to use a stove inside their condominium unit. But instead of solely relying on food deliveries and dining out pre-pandemic, the couple conquered this stumbling block and found different ways to still enjoy homemade meals even without a stove.¬†
The couple shares recipes and hacks on¬†their Instagram account, Condo Cooks, featuring dishes they make¬†using their two trusty condominium-approved kitchen appliances: a multi-function rice cooker and a toaster.¬†
Although they can't fry using their multifunctional rice cooker, they use it to make¬†shabu-shabu¬†or hot pot. Robert and Bianca then thought of using the rice cooker to make soups and stews, too. A few of the rice cooker-friendly dishes they were able to cook¬†include¬†Japanese curry, salmon sinigang, a deconstructed version of sukiyaki, and the kimchi-jiggae (kimchi stew).
The couple discovered the vast potential of their toaster when Bianca's mother lent the couple small Pyrex containers and baked banana bread and made egg breakfast cups.¬†They were also able to cook a "Franks and Carbs" dish, a combination of sausages and roasted baby potatoes, with the help of the toaster.
If you live in a condominium, too, here are Condo Cook's rice cooker- and toaster-friendly recipes you should check out:
Follow¬†Condo Cooks on Instagram for more recipes.¬†
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