Tips & How To

Quick & Easy Fruit Desserts
Vapor Cooking Fish & Shellfish
Make Saladmaster Look New
One Dish Casseroles
Survival Guide Part 1

The basic principles of braising are a combination of searing or browning and then simmering.  This process accomplishes two things: it cooks the meat, and it produces a sauce.

Following are some basic procedures that apply to most popular...

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Tips & How To

By "Chef" Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer It's nice to have a few basic core recipes that can hit the spot on any given day. We have three quickies that you may find helpful.  Comfort Food #1: Mashed Potatoes Utensils: Saladmaster Machine...
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Making flatbreads has never been easier with the new Saladmaster 316Ti Stainless Steel Flatbread Pan. Designed and manufactured in the U.S.A., Saladmaster is the first and only company in the world to offer a Flatbread Pan constructed of high quality...
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By "Chef" Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer Since the addition of the Saladmaster Culinary Baskets, I have loved all of the possibilities that have become available. This recipe is a No-Mess Deep Dish Veggie Pizza that can be cooked in either...
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By "Chef" Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer If you normally cook something in an oven and it fits in a Saladmaster utensil (with rare exceptions) you will cook more efficiently in Saladmaster; and your energy savings is enhanced too. A few...
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By "Chef" Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer More tips and ideas for taking advantage Saladmaster's "oven" alternative; all Saladmaster utensils can be used as an oven. If you cook cakes in the Electric Oil Core Skillet, you should know that you...
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By “Chef” Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer Several years ago we were experimenting with the traditional assumption that one can replace oil with apple sauce in a typical recipe such as cake or cookies when you’re using Saladmaster cookware with...
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By "Chef" Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer There are countless recipes in a myriad of cooking recipes in countless cookbooks and if you’re a new Saladmaster owner you may be wondering how to cook your old favorites in your new cookware....
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By “Chef” Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer The automatic rice settings on your Saladmaster temperature control probe turn both your Electric Oil Core Skillet (EOC) and Multi-Purpose Roaster (MP5) into an automatic rice cooker. But that's just...
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Congratulations on your choice of the Saladmaster Healthy Solutions 316Ti Stainless Steel Cookware! The Saladmaster cooking system means maximum nutrition and flavor without necessary calories. It also means optimum retention of basic flavors of...
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Any meat including chicken with our without skin, can be “fried” in your Saladmaster® cookware without added fat or oil.  The secret is in preheating.  Preheat the large or small skillet over medium heat 2 to 3 minutes until a few drops of water splashed...
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Ideal for finely shredded foods and for grating hard foods such as cheese, dry or toasted bread, crackers, or nuts. Beets/carrots/turnips/potatoes - Do not peel.  The shredder cutting cone will prepare food so that peeling or scraping is not necessary....
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By "Chef" Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer During any busy times in our lives we tend to go for all the snacks that are not good for us, and that causes us to become even more stressed. There are a few basic tips to remedy this situation and...
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Use the appropriate size pan and Culinary Basket for the amount of pasta you are cooking. 3 Qt. (2.8 L) Sauce Pan(with 2.5 Qt. Culinary Basket) 7 Qt. (6.6 L) Roaster(with 6 Qt. Culinary Basket) 10 Qt. (9.5 L) Roaster(with 6 Qt. Culinary Basket...
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To maintain the beauty and cooking efficiency of the 5-quart Oil Core Cooker and Electric Skillets, it is important that it be cleaned thoroughly with warm soapy water after each use.  Food films left on the cooking surface will cause discoloration when...
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By "Chef" Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer There are countless recipes in a myriad of cooking recipes in countless cookbooks and if you’re a new Saladmaster owner you may be wondering how to cook your old favorites in your new cookware....
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