Induction Friendly Recipes

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    It does not take long to get accustomed to the ease and convenience of an induction cooktop. The appliance’s functionality of quick-cooking without needing monitoring makes it a powerful addition to everyday meal prep.

    At Prestige, we are constantly observing consumer behavior and doing our best to cater to it. A significant part of that process involves curating easy recipes which are compatible with our range of appliances. And the following induction cooktop recipes are some of them.

    1. Chicken Tomato Pasta in under 30 minutes

    A mid-week dinner that is tasty and healthy. Place an induction-friendly pan on the cooktop and set to medium-low heat. Pour olive oil and toss in chopped sun-dried tomatoes. Add chopped-up chicken breast and season with salt, chilli flakes, and oregano. Once the chicken is cooked, add fresh basil leaves, fresh spinach, and finely chopped garlic. Cook pasta of your choice in a separate pot and add it to the skillet once the pasta has cooked al dente. Stir the pasta gently in the chicken pan and season based on personal preference. Drizzle with olive oil before serving.

    2. Potato Garlic Cutlets in under 45 minutes

    Best to prep these in advance and store them in the fridge to whip up quick snacks and dinners at a later date. Mash boiled and peeled potatoes in a large bowl with milk. Take a wide induction-friendly skillet and sauté finely chopped onions in butter. Once it’s ready add grated carrot, spinach, and garlic. Season with salt, pepper, dhaniya powder, red chilli powder, and turmeric. Allow the vegetable mix to come to room temperature and proceed to add the potato mix to it. Sprinkle cheese and a twist of lime. Shape the mixture into cutlets and coat with breadcrumbs. Pan-fry each side for 4 minutes.

    3. Kadai Paneer in under 45 minutes

    A crowd-favourite which is always a welcome meal at the end of a long day. Cut a block of paneer into cubes and immerse it in hot water for 15 minutes, this will ensure that the paneer remains soft. Take an induction-friendly wok, add a bay leaf and pour in oil of your choice. Throw in onions and tomatoes and season with turmeric, red chilli powder, cumin powder, and salt. Let it cook until the oil begins to rise on the sides and top. In a separate pan toss the paneer, chopped capsicum, and red onions in a few spoons of kadai masala (pepper corns, Kashmiri chilli, coriander seeds, and cumin heated and ground to a fine powder). Combine the paneer and veggie mix into the onion-tomato masala and you have comfort dinner ready to be devoured.

    4. Lemon Rice under 30minutes

    An easy weekday lunch which can be prepped and stored for a few days. Cook a cup of rice in water with the help of the rice setting on the induction cooktop. While the rice cooks take a deep pan and heat oil in it. Add slit green chillies, mustard seeds, and curry leaves. When the oil begins to splutter, add finely chopped ginger and peanuts along with turmeric powder and roast. In a deep bowl mix together the cooked rice and the roasted peanut masala. Squeeze fresh lemon and garnish with coriander leaves.

    May your kitchen experiments be fruitful and delicious.
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