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2 Amazing Meals You Can Cook with a Coffee Maker
Original story appeared on Delish.com.
Did you have a coffee maker in college? If so, we're going to bet that you used it to actually make java (or that it sat idly in your dorm while you spent four years buying coffee everyday). Well, unlike the rest of college students everywhere, Katja Wulff used her coffee maker to cook extremely elaborate meals.
It all started in 2009, when Wulff was a student herself. Since she didn't have a kitchen available in her dorm, Wulff attempted to make pasta in her coffee pot. After her first experiment was a success she moved onto way more interesting endeavors, like pizza, sushi, baked goods, and more. Wulff started a blog to document her rather odd method of "cooking" and even published a cookbook on the subject, titled Kaffekokarkokboken ("the Swedish coffee maker chef," in English), which is also the name of the original Swedish version of her blog.
Check out a couple of recipes from Coffee Machine Cuisine below and try your hand at cooking with a coffee maker.
Coffee Maker Sushi
Time: 1.5 hours
1 sushi making kit (with rice, rice vinegar, wasabi, soy sauce, ginger, seaweed sheets, bamboo sushi mat, sticks)
200 g salmon
Pour water into the brewer, salt in the filter thingy and the rice into the carafe. Start your coffee maker. Let the rice cook in your coffee maker for about... I don't know exactly, that depends on what rice you are using. I overcooked my rice. Don't do that.
Turn off your coffee maker.
Mix the rice vinegar with the rice. Let it cool. Meanwhile shred the vegetables and the salmon into long thin strips.
Take the bamboo sushi mat and place a piece of seaweed on top. Add rice, salmon, maybe some wasabi and vegetables in the middle of the seaweed and roll up the bamboo mat slowly. Remove the roll from the mat and leave it with the joining edges downwards. Don't place in the fridge because this dries out the rice.
Use a lightly moistened sharp knife to cut the rolls into smaller pieces. Serve with ginger, more wasabi and little bowls of soy sauce.
Coffee Maker Cauliflower Soup
Time: 4.5 hours
1 small onion
1/2 cauliflower head
6 dl vegetable broth
100 g Philadelphia cheese
Start your coffee maker. Fry the bacon until it gets crispy, directly on the heater. Meanwhile prepare everything else that you'll have to cut, peel and chop. Remove bacon, unplug the coffee maker and wash it.
Start your coffee maker again because now it's time for the soup! Melt a dollop of butter in the carafe. Add chopped onions and potato and fry this for half an hour. Pour water into the brewer, the stock cube in the filter thingy and the finely chopped cauliflower into the carafe. Cook this until everything is tender.
Mash everything together (you could use a hand-held blender) until it gets fairly smooth. Add cheese and let it melt in the hot soup for another half an hour. Season with salt and pepper.
It's nice to serve this tasty soup with garlic bread. Mix butter and garlic together and melt it on the heater. Fry the bread for like fifteen minutes on each side. Turn off your coffee maker.
Serve the soup with bacon on top and together with the garlic bread.
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