Discover the versatility of cooking with a Remoska with these 10 Must Know Recipes for the Remoska Tria! Learn to cook bread, stews, sauces and more!
What is a Remoska Cooker?
The Remoska Tria is a portable non-stick multicooker that can be used on the stove (gas, induction and electric), in the oven (up to 220˚C / 428˚F) and on portable cookers as well. It’s great for caravanning and picnics, and you can use it to cook just about anything, anywhere.
Why We Love It:
The Remoska Tria is such a versatile multi cooker. We travel a lot, and love being able to take this with us whether we’re camping, staying at an AirBnB or taking a big curry around to Mum and Dad’s on a Sunday night.
The high sides of the pot means you can fry onion and meat straight over the gas cooker like a frying pan, but without the fat spitting everywhere! We also love using it as a second cooker while we have a few dishes on the go, because we can have it set up anywhere.
One weekend away, the pots and pans were in terrible condition where we were staying, so we ended up using the Remoska for every single meal. From bacon and eggs for breakfast, pizza from scratch for lunch and damper and stew for dinner. It ended up being an absolute lifesaver!
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Why Cook In a Remoska?
We love cooking in the Remoska because:
- It’s Non-Stick – Which means it’s so easy to cook with and super easy to clean. Look after it and it will look after you for many years to come.
- It’s a Minimalist’s Dream – We love the minimalist aesthetic and the one-button baking lid means it’s very simple to operate. It works well not just as a deep saucepan but even as a frying pan, not to mention a portable oven.
- It’s a Backup Oven – Perfect for when your oven is already being used for something else. You could be baking a mini pavlova in the Remoska while cooking Italian roast chicken in the oven – or vice versa!
- It Saves so Much Time – Using the soft-pressure lid, you can bring down the cooking time of a soup or stew to less than an hour!
How to Use Each Remoska Tria Lid
Each lid can be used for its own specific purpose, but the magic really happens when you can use multiple lids and cooking methods in one pot.
- Make the sauce for a pasta bake in the Remoska with the regular lid.
- Cook the pasta in the sauce using the soft pressure lid.
- Top with cheese then finish it off with the baking lid – no need to transfer to a separate baking dish!
Use this lid for recipes that require boiling, steaming or lightly covering the food as it cooks. It’s perfect for pasta sauces, curries, casseroles. It’s lightweight compared to most other frying pan or saucepan lids which makes it so much easier to use and clean. You can also safely use the regular lid in the oven.
Soft Pressure Lid
This lid is perfect for recipes that you’d normally need a slow-cooker or pressure cooker for, such as soups, stews and goulash. It reduces the cooking time and leaves you with perfectly soft vegetables and ultra-tender meat. Cooking with this lid also helps to retain the nutrients in your food. Unlike a regular pressure cooker, you can open and close the soft-pressure lid with one hand.
Place it on the pot, plug it in and switch it on – that’s pretty much it! The heating lid will reach temperatures of around 160-180˚C / 320-356˚F while using a fraction of the energy of a regular oven. Once you’ve finished cooking, you can flip the lid over and rest it on the in-built stand to cool down.
No, you shouldn’t preheat the Remoska while empty as it can damage the non-stick coating.
Since the non-stick coating is so good, there’s no real need to line the dish before cooking or baking.
However, you can use aluminium foil to partition the food and cook multiple parts of the meal at once (for example roast meat and baked veggies).
The Remoska Tria is available direct from the Remoska website.
10 Must Know Recipes For the Remoska
Using the Regular Lid
Using the Baking Lid
Using the Soft Pressure Lid
★ Did you make one or more of these tasty recipes in the Remoska? Let us know how it turned out in the comments below!