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A collection of great every-day recipes tailored for your Thermal Cookware.
These recipes are relatively basic and are designed to provide you with an understanding of how to use this very simple cookware.
The saucepans are of the highest quality and are suitable for every day usage and on any stove top, including Induction Elements.
Once the heat has developed within the saucepan you are able to reduce the heat input to a very low setting to achieve a simmering state as the saucepan is an excellent conductor and even distributor of heat as well as holding onto the heat for a long period.
Quantities will need to be adjusted to suit the varying sizes of saucepan that you are using and to suit your own tastes.

There are only a few major points to remember when cooking thermally:
  1. The system only works effectively if there is adequate heat developed within the saucepans and food to be cooked.
  2. To last the longest period and still be above food safety temperatures the saucepans need to be approximately 75 to 80% full and to have been at simmering temperature for the required period (this is to ensure that everything within that saucepan, including the saucepan has reached the highest temperature)
  3. When using the RPC 6000 W Shuttle Chef with the two inner saucepans, both saucepans must be used at all times. If you only require a small meal (even less than 80% full) then the other saucepan must be filled with water and brought to the boil on the stove top to act as your "heat bank" to provide the necessary retained heat to satisfactorily cook and keep your meal hot. 
  4. Do not freeze the inner saucepans as they are constructed of a special sandwiched ply base with dis-similar metals for maximum heat and cold retention and as such they will expand and contract at differing rates however you can certainly chill the saucepans in a refrigerator.
  5. By placing ice cubes in the bottom 3 litre saucepan you are able to place butter, cheese or cold meats etc in the top saucepan and keep these foods really cold for an extended period.

Beans and Pulses
Beans and Pulses
Breads and Scones
Breads and Scones
Cakes
Cakes
Curries
Curries
Desserts
Desserts
Meals with Chicken
Meals with Chicken
Meals with Fish
Meals with Fish
Meals with Meat
Meals with Meat
Mulled Wine
Mulled Wine
Pasta and Sauces
Pasta and Sauces
Puddings
Puddings
Rice-based meals
Rice-based meals
Soups
Soups
Vegetable-based meals
Vegetable-based meals