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Re: Cooking Pot Return Problems
I use an old heavy 3-quart alumnium sauce pan with a loose-fitting lid, canola oil, and high heat with about 1/2-cup of standard grocery-store yellow popcorn. I get the empty pot nice and hot, add the oil, then the corn, then the pot lid. I shake it occasionally, but basically let it go until the lid starts to rise off the pot, and I don't hear any more pops. Pour it into a large bowl, toss it with very fine sea salt, and go to town! It's also fantastic made with bacon fat, but you need to use slightly lower heat to keep it from burning and prepare for visitors: The smell of popcorn and bacon fat draws crowds.
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Error Code Error Solution
F0 An internal error was detected. Disconnect power. Wait 5 seconds before reconnecting power. If the symbol appears again, call for service.
F2 The surface cooking area is too hot and has turned off. Remove the pans from the surface cooking area. "F2" will disappear when the surface cooking area has cooled. If you turn the surface cooking area back on and "F2" reappears, the cooktop is still too hot. Turn off the surface cooking area and allow it to cool.
F4 The pot or pan is too close to the control panel. Make sure the pot or pan is centered on the surface cooking area and nothing hot is on the touch control panel. Wait 5 minutes for the control panel to clear. If "F4" appears after turning the surface cooking area back on, call for service.
F8 The surface cooking area has been in operation too long. The surface cooking area automatic shutoff was activated. Turn off the surface cooking area.
C1 The power voltage is too low. Turn off the cooktop. Wait 5 seconds, then turn it back on. If this continues, contact a qualified electrician.
C2/C3 The cooking surface area has overheated. The surface cooking area automatic shutoff was activated. Wait 5 minutes for it to cool, and then turn it back on.
This morning I have encountered a great many questions on rice cookers, so I remembered the time when I had one and why I started cooking rice again.
The rice was beautifully cooked in the cooker, but it took up too much space on my kitchen bench. So I turned to pots and the micro. Cooking rice in a microwave
take 1cup water
2 cups rice
a pinch of salt
put the water, salt and rice together in a bowl with a lid
put the lid on the bowl
put the bowl into the micro
on the micro, keep full force and set the timer on five minutes
start the cooking
after five minutes open the micro, open the bowl and stir the rice with a fork.put the lid on again keep the micro going for another 10 minutes.
repeat the stirring prosess, until the rice is nice and fluffy andready to serve.
Cooking rice in a pot with a lid.
take 1cup water
2cups of rice
pinch of salt
put the ingridience in a pot, and an oven safe pan
in the pot, now with a tight lid. Put on a cooker on highest temperature for five minutes.
open the pot, stir the rice with a fork.
lower heat and cook for another 15-20 minutes,, stirring occasionally.
the rice is cooked when fluffy.
Cooking rice in a pan in the oven
Put the temperature in the oven on 150 degrees Celsius
put the ingridience as in the recipe above in a pot and start boiling
remove from pot into a ovesafe bowl or pan
Cover bowl/pan and cook further for another. 20 minutes.
You will need:- Large cooking pot- Grinder- Tongs- Hot pads or oven mitts (mitts are recommended)- CautionPut the grinder into a large cooking pot. Fill the pot with water until the grinder is completely submerged. Make sure that the plastic parts of the grinder do not touch the bottom or sides of the pot. On the stove-top bring the water in the pot to a boil. Once the water is boiling turn off the heat. The grinder is now very hot and full of hot water so be careful not to burn yourself. Using tongs remove the grinder from the water and hold it upside down to drain most of the trapped water back into the pot. Now turn the grinder upright again to trap any remaining hot water. Using your hot pads or oven mitts grasp the glass part of the grinder in one hand and the plastic part with the other hand and pry them apart. Let both parts of the grinder dry completely then refill it and snap the plastic top back on. These make great grinders for other spices as well such as coriander. Enjoy!
Most of the reviews for this product state that the lid is a bad fit. It is as though they had leftover lids from another model and just used them in this one. A replacement lid will be the same unless you have one custom made...but for that price you'd just get a new crock pot. You will lose a lot of moisture and some foods will be a little dried out after slow cooking all day and losing steam. You can either cover the cracks as best you can when you set it to cook, or return it and buy a better model. You'll find this problem on Rival's 6 quart crock pot as well. Read the reviews before you make your next purchase.