10 Foods To Cook Using Your Car
Resourceful chefs can transform their cars into one when there’s no kitchen to be had. Don’t believe us? Here’s a sampling of otherwise ordinary foods that any auto-lover could change into an unforgettable treat. And ensure that you cook carefully! Nobody wants illness. Not to mention, don’t forget about driving properly, otherwise, you might get into road trouble and be towed by companies towing in Santa Clara.
1. Baked Potatoes
double-wrapping the potatoes in foil is what “Carbeque” expert Alfred Cary recommends. The same goes for the other food items you would possibly put on the engine. “It helps to prevent the package from splitting,
and protects food from fumes, I’ve only had one package tear open, and that’s because it had been single-wrapped,” he says.
2. Chocolate Chip Cookies
You’ll want to attend for a hot, sunny day before laying the dough out beneath your windshield. Also note that, because the video above explains, the finished product will “look paler than those baked during a conventional oven.” They’ll still taste even as good.
3. Hot Dogs
After wrapping the dogs up in aluminum foil and gently placing them under the hood, drive around for 30 to 45 minutes. Keep a watch on the engine temperature gauge, ensuring the microscopic arrow hits the halfway mark throughout.
4. Roast Beef
In 2010, British chef Tom Skyes calculated that, by cruising along for 3.5 hours at 60 mph, he’d be able to make himself a 2.5-pound joint dinner with a cooked veggie entremots. Meanwhile, his veggies were “perfectly done,” Skyes described his entrée as “rarer than some might like, but no pinker than it’d be in a very good French restaurant.”
The internet loves pizza. So, naturally, some wonderfully inventive recipes have turned abreast of the worldwide web—including recipes for dashboard pizza. Making pizza this manner needs a summer scorcher, and beginners should think about employing pre-made flatbread rather than raw dough.
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6. Malformation Tortillas
You’d be hard-pressed to search out two more beloved public radio personalities than Ray Magliozzi and his late brother Tom, hosts of the hysterical show Car Talk. before whizzing off on a 20-minute trip in Tom’s ’52 MG, they chopped some zucchinis and chicken breasts. En route, lunch was warmed au fait the manifold during a crossover with restauranteur Ming Tsai on his hit TV series Simply Ming.
Latches onto your car’s tailpipe is a prototypical, vaguely bun-shaped device called the “Exhaust Burger.” During a drive, the expelled heat will ready one burger patty. Bon appetit!
8. Salmon en Papillote
Salmon doesn’t overcook very easily—making it fine suited to any engine-based kitchen. a 40-minute cook time is what Honda Accord owners can expect.
With this party staple, recipes may be as simple or complex as desired. Here’s one that involves just 90 minutes of driving with bay leaves and lime juice.
To help publicize a nonprofit named Feed the youngsters, Phoenix resident Clay Villanueva recruited Arizona’s August weather. With the blessing of a knowledgeable chef, Villanueva left six steaks (plus assorted herbs and veggies) on his dashboard. Although the activist jokes that his vehicle “doesn’t have the new car smell anymore, the meal was apparently delicious.”