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Coffee Maker Cooking refers to the culinary practice of preparing a variety of food dishes using a coffee maker in substitute for a traditional stove.
On September 13th, 2005, ramen noodle blog The Official Ramen Homepagepublished instructions on how to cook noodles in a coffee pot.
Not a recipe, but an interesting way to cook your noodles…
Take one package of Ramen Noodles and place inside coffee pot. Then you fill your coffee maker with water. Turn coffee pot on and allow it to cook its self. Let set for about 10 minutes so the noodles cook…. then drain noodles into a bowl. Add the flavoring of your package and any other seasonings you may like. Then eat.
On January 15th, 2007, CHOW Forums user grocerytrkker submitted a post requesting coffee maker cooking recipes, which received over 70 replies in the first eight months. On February 19th, 2008, the parenting blog Parent Hacks published a how-to guide to making oats with a coffee maker. On July 31st, YouTuber BobCob0 uploaded an instructional video for making ramen noodle soup in a coffee maker (shown below).
On May 27th, 2009, the Swedish coffee maker cooking blog Kaffekokarkokboken was created. On February 4th, 2011, a Facebook page titled “Cooking With Your Coffee Maker” was launched. On July 23rd, 2012, Redditor RossPeterson submitted instructions for cooking ramen in a coffee maker to the /r/LifeProTips subreddit. On September 9th, 2013, the CHOW YouTuber channel uploaded a video demonstrating how to cook breakfast in a coffee maker (shown below, left). On October 8th, CHOW uploaded another coffee maker cooking tutorial, featuring instructions on making salmon and rice in a coffee maker (shown below, right). On November 18th, several news sites published articles about cooking with coffee makers, including UpRoxx,NPR and BoingBoing.
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