This Asian recipe blends together a variety of flavors to make a richly-flavored and delicious stir fry. You can use …Read More
A healthy and hearty comfort food perfect for rainy days! This recipe takes marinated chicken, mushrooms, and mixed vegetables and brings them all together in one dish, all made in your MEC pot! The water soluble nutrients and steam in the pot creates a natural broth for the stew, with no need to add large quantities of water or other excessive ingredients to make the broth. Once you have finished preparing this healthy dish, you can serve it on its own as a stew, or you can serve it over a bed of steamed rice, on bread rolls, or on quinoa!Read More
Taro root is a starchy vegetable similar to potato but more firm and slightly nutty in taste. While a potato has more Vitamin C and K, Taro root has more Vitamin E and almost double the fiber and manganese. It is also a good source of Potassium and Phosphorus, as well as a great source of B6 and good carbohydrates. Taro root can help to alleviate high blood pressure due to its potassium content. Additionally, the Quercetin in Taro root can help to fight free radicals.Read More
This dish is called “Sambar” in the region of the world where it originates from (South East Asia), and it is a staple there. Sambar differs only in the choice of vegetables each time, giving it a nice variation in taste!Read More
This soothing combination of rice, lentils, and vegetables seasoned with spices is a one-pot wholesome meal you can enjoy any time of the day.
With rice being rich in simple and complex carbs, when cooked in MEC, complex carbs are preserved – this is great for maintaining healthy sugar levels. Lentils are an excellent source of B vitamins, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. They are also a great source of plant-based protein and fiber. The consortium of vegetables used is rich in many nutrients, including potassium, dietary fiber, folate (folic acid), vitamin A, and vitamin C.Read More
Eggplants offer an extensive list of nutrients: Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, thiamine, niacin, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, copper, fiber, folic acid, potassium, and so much more. Despite an eggplant’s extensive list of nutrients, the vegetable has a “tricky” taste. If not cooked the right way, they can be rejected! To circumvent this in this recipe, we are using a nice balance of spices and vegetables to bring out its wonderful taste. As a result of its enriching flavor, this recipe is considered to be one of the best eggplant recipes appreciated in restaurants and kitchens around the world.Read More
Who does not like a delicious and healthy breakfast every morning that can charge you up with nutrients for the day? And when it is cooked in Miriam’s Earthen Cookware’s healthy and non-toxic cooking pots, it is so much healthier and delicious. More on that at the end of this article, but here is how to cook some of your favorite breakfasts in MEC:Read More
Besides the many health and nutritional benefits to cooking in MEC’s pots and pans there are some specific and unique benefits to stir-frying: you can cook with very little to no oil (pan is naturally nonstick!), no need to babysit pan or there is no need for constant stirring because steam and moisture is retained inside and the heat is distributed evenly without the need for constant stirring.
The powerful yet gentle far infrared heat keeps natural color and taste of food which means essential nutrients like flavonoids and phytonutrients are retained. Also, less water is needed because of MEC’s excellent steam management properties, steam (water-soluble nutrients) is not gushing out of the pot but stays in to get condensed and settles right back into the food while cooking.
This dish turns out aromatic with juicy bites of chicken cooked in a tomato and onion base with an assortment of spices, and topped off with freshly chopped cilantro! It goes well with plain rice, flavored rice and/or any choice of breads.Read More