Got this hot little cooker as a birthday gift to go on my recently rebuilt engine. Please share some of your favorite recipes.
DADGUM GOOD SAUSAGE W/ ONIONS AND PEPPERS
2-3 bags of frozen onions & peppers
1-2 pkgs of smoked sausage (or cajun or any kind you prefer)
1 browning bag (by all means use a crock-pot cooking bag. Saves clean-up!)
If desired season to taste with garlic salt or powder.
Line manifold cooker with HD aluminum foil.
Put frozen onions & peppers in browning bag 1st - then add sausage (sliced or whole of bun size)
Season - Seal Bag and put in cooker.
NOW hop into your "T" for a nice 70 mile spin.
After about 12 miles you'll begin to smell it and if you weren't hungry when you started, you
will be when you finish!
YUM - YUM - YUM!!!!
Thanks John. Sounds great. What is a browning bag ? I've not heard that term before .
And I've never heard of a Crock Pot bag? I guess a oven bag would do the same, great idea to save the clean up. Got me interested now, I want a cooker. Do the usual suppliers list them?
Hi Kevin.You will need a good feed up there in this frosty snow weather.enjoy.cheers Gerry Temuka NZ.
It's just a bag that my wife has in the kitchen
This is just an example that I found in the internet. Any grocery store should have them or something like it.
Lang's has the cookers listed for about 60 bucks.
Kevin, the usual cooker supplied by the vendors will not work on RHD cars. The steering column gets in the way. A Victorian club member designed one to fit and then made up over 200 so each entrant in the Centenary Rally in Echuca in 2008 got one in their rally pack. It has a little reduced capacity and a relief to get around the steering column and control rods.
Hope this helps.
Allan from down under.
Hi Gerry, your not far away! Forecast is for -15 tonight so yes a hot scoff is just the trick.
Bob I found them on Lang's site , thanks.
Alan glad you warned me of that, It would fit the coupe but it was the speedster that I was thinking of fitting one on.
Allan, could you post a picture of this RHD cooker ?
I will need one for my T
Philippe,here you go. I believe the overall width has been reduced to clear the column. You can see an additional relief at the back. On my car the cooker still touched the throttle rod. The twisting in the column when making turns made the car throttle off. It works a treat now. I heated the cooker at the appropriate spot, laid a piece of rod on the red hot metal, and then gave it whack. Clearance solved.
Hope this helps.
Allan from down under.
Thanks Allan, will be useful for french cooking
My Favourite BBQ chicken.I also use the crock pot bag put in 2 skinless boneless breast your Favourite BBQ sauce some sliced onions then outside the bag a couple of potato’s wrapped in foil with a stainless steel skewer through the middle of the potato. Potato's go on the bottom chicken in the bag on the top of the potato's. Be sure to pack a cooler with the accessories you will need. If you thought your "T" drew attention before wait until you drive through town with that under your hood.
P.S. Corn on the cob wrapped in foil with crushed garlic clove and butter works well too!
Anyone have pictures of the cooker with food still in it?
I guess that's one way of finding an exhaust leak.
How about some blueberry ice cream topping! Take one quart of blueberries, one cup of sugar, a healthy squirt of lemon juice, one tsp of corn starch mixed well in one half cup of water. Use oven bag as liner. Drive 15 miles to your favorite ice cream shop. Get vanilla ice cream in a cup. Open the hood and use a big spoon to top your ice cream. Try to protect your car from on-lookers wondering what on earth you are putting on ice cream from the engine.
R.S. I bet you watched a lot of Candid Camera when you were a kid, didn't you?
There are two models of cookers. One is steel and the other one is stainless steel.