Cook vegetables without using water – in a WOLL pot
• Place the chopped vegetables in your WOLL pot so that it is 2/3 full
• Put the correct glass lid on the pot so that no steam can escape
• Heat the WOLL pot on the maximum heat setting. In this way the vegetables will be cooked and the heat will go all the way up to the lid.
• Now you can turn the temperature down to the lowest setting and finish cooking. The close-fitting lid means that scarcely any steam can escape
from the pot.
Further information about cooking without water
• You can successfully cook vegetables without adding water using your WOLL cookware, as it distributes the heat perfectly and evenly. Other cookware with only a thin base will burn your vegetables
• This way of preparing vegetables retains all the flavour, vitamins and minerals
• Ideal when following a low-salt diet: you don’t usually need to add salt to the vegetables
• You save on energy as the cooking time is around 30 to 40% lower than when cooking in water
• The heat of your hob is enough to provide energy for the pot, but not enough to burn the food inside. Heat is evenly and perfectly
distributed in the pot.