Electric Kettles is amazingly simple to use for boiling water, cooking rice, instant noodles, and boiling eggs. The electric kettle is more reliable, faster, and safer than the traditional stove-top tea kettle.
Electric Kettles function the same way as traditional stovetop tea kettles but vary in their construction and power source. Cordless models can be a great choice for those of you on the go, but the cored kettle is the best choice to keep in the kitchen.
If you are ready to purchase an electric kettle, look at our inventory of electric kettles. Continue to read below to learn more about the use.
Electric Kettles Work
The electric kettle is an amazingly easy appliance. Look inside, you will see a container to hold water and the heating element. When the kettle is plugged in, the element gets hot and the water in the container heats up. Easy. You will have boiling hot water in under three minutes.
When the water reaches the boiling point, the kettle turns off automatically.
Standard Teapot Vs Electric Teapot
There is no denying that the standard tea kettle is a beautiful symbol for the classic kitchen. With the right electric kettle, one that looks good as it functions you can still have that classic look while enjoying the electric model.
Reasons to switch to electric kettles include working faster, the stovetop version can explode, electric kettles have cooler handles, and the electric model heats more precisely.
Fix More Than Hot Water Beverages
Easily tick off the most common uses of the electric kettle. There is tea, coffee, hot chocolate, and instant soups that require boiling water.
Here are some more things to use the electric kettle for.
Rice: Soak the rice in the water for twenty minutes, cut up vegetables such as onions and green beans into small pieces. Add the rice, vegetables, seasonings, and water to the kettle cook for twenty minutes or until done. Serve.
Instant Noodles: Bring some water to a boil and add the instant noodles. Cook and season the noodles according to the package directions or in your own style. Do not add the seasoning until you have poured the water into a different container. The seasoning might be good, but you might not want that flavor crossing over into your next cup of tea.
Boiling Eggs: This a simple process that you simply place raw eggs in the kettle and prop up the appliance to prevent the automatic shut-off from engaging. Set your clock for 10 minutes and shut off the kettle at that point. Next, drain the water and place the eggs in ice water.
Proper Care of Electric Kettle
When you are done with the kettle, turn it off and wait on it to cool down completely. You will need to clean the outside and the base with a damp cloth and dry with a smooth cloth. Wash the inside of the kettle with warm tap water and dishwasher liquid, do not put it in the dishwasher. Dry the inside with a dry cloth or let air dry.