Looking for something quick and easy to do with a ton of flavor or feeds a crowd? Is it very simple to throw vegetables (for a vegetarian option), chicken or steak in the Hot logic with some seasonings or soy sauce and when done, eat it in a taco or tortilla shell.
Here are some simple and easy mixes:
- Steak sliced thin
- Fresh or frozen onions, green peppers
- Salt and pepper
- Soy sauce
Buffalo Chicken Wraps
- Canned or raw chicken
- Franks red hot
- Cream cheese
- Ranch seasoning
- Cook the chicken and shred once cooked
- Eggs (scrambled)
- Any vegetables or meat
Rice and beans
- Pre-cooked Mexican rice
- Refried beans
- Add any cheese or vegetables
No measurements necessary
Any of these recipes are a simple mix and do not require measurements as some may be cooking for one or a family. Asking for specific measurements is not necessary in the Hot Logic and I urge you to try what works best for you.
If you are looking for measurements, use the recommended serving sizes on the items you buy.
I always say that the difference between cooking and baking are simple, cooking is an art that allows you to add or remove things to your liking. Baking is a science that requires measurements. The only way to really mess up cooking in the Hot Logic is forgetting to plug it in, create a barrier between raw meat and the bottom of your container or over season.
Cook to the serving size you need!
Have you tried anything in the Hot Logic with a tortilla?
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