5 Healthy and Easy Recipes You Can Cook in an Electric Kettle

Jun 5


Isabella Whitmore US

Isabella Whitmore US

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Some people only use electric kettles to boil water for tea or coffee but others find them versatile and use them to cook healthy and simple meals.


Being creative is important as it allows you to think outside the box and create new ideas. This is how some people realized that a simple electric kettle is a multipurpose appliance. Cooking in an electric kettle is helpful especially when you have no access to other kitchen appliances just like when you are camping or traveling as it allows you to cook in an affordable and healthy way.

If you still have no clue on what recipes to cook in an electric kettle,5 Healthy and Easy Recipes You Can Cook in an Electric Kettle Articles here are 5 ideas you can start with.


    1. Vegetable Rice Meal. Rice is a heavy meal that helps you have enough energy to get through the day. To make a vegetable rice meal using an electric kettle, simply soak rice for 20 minutes and chop your favorite vegetables, bacon, beans, and other ingredients you wish to include. Put them all in the kettle, add appropriate amount of water, and salt to taste. Turn on the kettle and cook for 20 minutes.
    2. Miso Soup with Nori and Tofu. This recipe is rich in essential nutrients including vitamin B1, C, E, K, folic acid, protein, and zinc. Prepare a miso paste and put your desired amount of it into a bowl then pour hot water following the instruction in the miso paste pack. Cut nori into thin strips and chop tofu into small cubes then add them to the bowl. Also add onions, water chestnuts, and bean sprout to enhance flavor. Stir and enjoy.
    3. Scramble Burrito. This delicious and healthy meal can be served at breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It contains all sorts of vegetables making it rich in various vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B, C, E, fiber, and protein. To cook burrito in an electric kettle, you’ll need a BPA free Ziplock bag to heat the ingredients. It is important to use BPA free Ziplock to make sure it won’t melt and safe to use. Chop pre-cooked chicken or chorizo, jalapeños, cheese, and your favorite vegetables such as broccoli, carrots, and spinach. Put them on the Ziplock bag, add salsa, and 4 eggs. Lay the Ziplock bag on a flat surface making sure not to spoil the ingredients inside then carefully squeeze out excess air from the bag and close it. Shake to mix all the ingredients. Put the Ziplock bag in the kettle and boil for 5 minutes or until the eggs are cooked. Serve with the cooked ingredients, lettuce, cucumber, and tomato rolled in a tortilla wrap. You may add more cheese and salsa if you like.
    4. Sweetcorn Pasta. This dish is rich in vitamin B12, folic acid, and iron. It enhances energy, regulates blood pressure, and boosts the immune system. Boil sweetcorn kernel and butter in the electric kettle for 2 to 3 minutes or until the corn is tender. Take out the sweetcorn from the electric kettle and put in the pasta. Add the appropriate amount of water and boil for a few minutes following the instruction on the pasta pack. Pasta’s cooking time depends on its shape and thickness so it’s good to check the instruction to be sure. Drain the water from the kettle once the pasta is cooked and transfer the pasta on a plate. Add the sweetcorn, sprinkle some cheese, and garnish it with parsley or basil. You may also add mushroom and bacon if desired.
    5. Rice Noodles. These noodles are low-fat and gluten-free making them a better choice than the typical noodles. Put your preferred amount of rice noodles into a bowl and fill with hot water to cook. Cover the bowl with a plate to keep the heat inside. Wait for 5 minutes or until the noodles are cooked. Prepare the ingredients you want to add in your noodles such as shrimps, bacon, spinach, carrots, mushroom, and herbs. Put the ingredients that need to be cooked in a Ziplock bag and boil for a few minutes. Once cooked, mix them with your bowl of rice noodles and add spring onions, salt, and bean sprout.