Because VitaClay is called a “rice and slow cooker,” sometimes people don't realize how many other things can be cooked in VitaClay as well. For example, really any grain can be cooked in VitaClay, and most of them you can use the rice setting.
Quinoa comes out great in VitaClay using the white rice setting.
Steel cut oatmeal is also a great dish to cook in VitaClay: it comes out perfect every time, and better than any other kinds of cooking pots I've used (not to mention you don't have to babysit it or worry about it burning/sticking at the bottom).
Another dish that people don't always think about when using VitaClay is pasta.
Pasta cooks quickly, so you don't have to “slow-cook” it (and if you do it may come out mushy).
But though it can be cooked quickly, you can still take advantage of the benefits of cooking with VitaClay: great texture and the ability to leave the kitchen (or even the house) while cooking.
It can also be left on warm; so it'll be hot and ready when you want to eat.
Here's a great recipe for an alfredo pasta dish, which comes out great as a one-pot dish in clay.
Ingredients for Amazing Alfredo Pasta One Pot Dish:
Directions for Amazing Alfredo Pasta One Pot Dish:
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