3 Ways To Cook With Your Coffee Maker

3 Ways To Cook With Your Coffee Maker

Whether your stove isn't working or you're looking for ways to get creative in the kitchen, try making your food in a coffee pot. I know -- I thought it was weird too.

For more creative ways to cook, read: Ice Iced CoffeesCooking with Coffee: 8 Must-Try Recipes, and Is That an Egg in Your Coffee Mug? : 3 Easy Egg Recipes.

According to the Swedish blog Coffee Boils Cookbook (Kaffekokarkokboken), a hair straightner, curling iron and clothing iron can serve as excellent cookware. To be honest, this made me lose my appetite a little. But the idea of using a coffee maker didn't seem that wild or unappetizing. After all, it's used to make something edible. 

Here are a few recipes I think deserve a fighting chance before any judgment is made against them.

Chicken Bruschetta
Time
1.5 hours for 4 bruschettas

Ingredients
Chicken filet
Bread
Green pesto
Cocktail tomatoes
Basil leaves
Red onion
Parmesan
Olive oil
Chili flakes
Flaked salt

Instructions
Start your coffee maker. Cut the bread and roast it on the heater - approximately 15 minutes on each side. Place them on a dish and pour a little oil on the heater. Let it get really warm and thereafter place the sliced up chicken filets in it. Fry it THOROUGHLY, it can't be pink at all. It took about 45 minutes when I did it. Turn it every now and then. Season with chili flakes. Turn off your coffee maker. 

Spread pesto on bread and place the well done chicken on it. Slice up some onion, add it together with a tomato, a basil leaf and a dash of olive oil. Sprinkle the bruschetta with flaked salt. Stick a toothpick through the whole thing so it won't fall.

Sausaghetti
Time
1 hour

Ingredients
Sausage
Spaghetti
Oil
Salt
Butter
Ketchup

Instructions
Divide the sausage into smaller pieces, break the spaghetti and fit in some of the spaghetti straws into the sausages. Put it in the coffee maker can, pour oil over it and also some salt. Add water in the coffee maker brewer and start your coffee maker. 

Depending on what type of spaghetti you have the cooking time can vary. My sausaghetti was done after approximately 45 minutes after I poured water in the brewer. Turn off your coffee maker.

Pour off the water and add butter onto the sausaghetti. Stir. Place the sausaghetti on a plate and add ketchup. 

Picnic Sticks
Time
45 min

Ingredients
Bread
Cocktail tomatoes
Baby mozzarella
Basil leaves
Garlic
Butter
Olive oil
Balsam vinegar
Chili flakes

Instructions
Start the coffee maker. Put butter on the frying pan and press garlic over. When it's melted all you have to do is fry the bread until it gets a golden color on all sides and gets crispy and nice. Turn off the coffee maker. 

Place bread, mozzarella, tomatoes, basil on small sticks. At last sprinkle chili flakes and a couple of dashes of balsam vinegar and olive oil over. 

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