Tuesday, March 5, 2019

New Copper Coated "Redi-Set-Go"


Ok, this isn't exactly marketed as a "Redi Set Go" unit, but it sure is similar! This one is copper-infused ceramic instead of the old Teflon coating that users were reporting for flaking. This new unit is reminiscent of the very first line of GT Xpress Cookers. There are currently no inserts for this unit (and to my knowledge, there are no plans to make inserts). But this unit will really ease the minds of those who are "iffy" about using Teflon products.

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Redi-Set-Go Recipe Booklets


I was scanning Ebay (as I often do), and I stumbled onto this.  Usually these go for a little more money, so this is a pretty good price for anyone looking for the old recipe booklets.  :)

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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Grilled Italian Arancini


Traditionally, this Italian dish is fried in oil, but this time we're grilling it up in our Redi-Set-Go.  These little breaded balls of rice typically have cheese, vegetables, or meat at the center.  This is a "lightened up" version of the fried original.  I like to make these with brown rice, but I had a container of leftover white rice from the Chinese restaurant sitting in the fridge.  I figured this was the perfect way to use it up!  :)

Ingredients:

    •  2 cups cooked rice, white or brown
    • 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
    • 2 eggs
    • 3 light string cheese snacks
    • 1 cup panko bread crumbs

    Pan Insert to Use:  Mini Food Pan

    Servings:  12 balls

    Directions:
    1.  Preheat grill. If using the Xpress Platinum, preheat at setting 2.
    2.  Spritz pan with non-stick spray.
    3.  Mix the cooked rice, Parmesan cheese, and eggs in a medium bowl.

    4.  Chop each string cheese into 4 pieces, totaling 12 pieces.

    5.  Roll rice into balls, placing a string cheese piece into the center.  Roll ball tightly to about the size of a golf ball.  Roll balls in panko to coat.

    6.  Place 6 of the balls into the mini food pan holes and close unit.
    7.  Cook for about 25 minutes and remove.
    8.  Repeat steps 6 & 7 for remaining rice balls.
    9.  Serve with marinara, if desired.