If you’re looking for beginner home-made Banjo cooking recipes, here’s a great way to get started in no time at all. That’s because all you need is a decent stove, a few basic ingredients, and two pots. Read on to discover how simple, affordable and delicious it is to cook with a Banjo!
What is Banjo food?
Banjo food is made with ingredients you can buy from most grocery stores, like potatoes, cheese, chicken or even fish, and it’s one of the easiest ways to cook food from home. Banjo cooking is perfect for all those nights where you’re short on time and your guests are ravenous. Simply pour your favourite sauce over a side of mashed potatoes or on top of a sautéed chicken breast, and you’re ready to go. What’s the difference between a Banjo and a slow cooker? A slow cooker is an electric kitchen appliance that is designed to be simple and efficient. It’s something of a modern classic and you can find a wide range of designs and models at your local hardware store. A Banjo is a completely different proposition. The only difference is that it’s a pressure cooker.
The best recipes for you
Believe us, it’s easy! But, without a basic understanding of your stove, it may be a little harder to get started. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled the best recipes and cooking tips for cooking with a Banjo to help you get started! What you need – Lighter – Olive oil – Onion – Chicken – Sauce – Banjo – Cooking pot First things first: Make sure you’ve got the best quality lighter and oil for your cooking. Lighter oil has a similar consistency to fry oil, and some versions are slightly less fatty, allowing for more even cooking. The acid in the vegetable oil breaks down the oleic acid in your animal fat to give a more even colouring. If you don’t have a lighter or coconut oil, you can easily find something in the reduced section of your local supermarket.
Where to find your ingredients?
Banjo cooking recipes are perfect for any budget, because they can all be made at home from ingredients you may already have in your pantry. For example, you can make Banjo potatoes from potatoes, cheddar cheese and onions for around £5. With a little creativity, you can make similar recipes using other ingredients from your cupboard. What to do Our best-selling Banjo Banquet Pork Dinner is made up of pork loin (with crackling) and can be prepared in less than 30 minutes using two cooking pots. Just add a salad and a nice glass of wine for a delicious alternative to a meal out. We’ve also included some simple recipes below that are perfect for a takeaway, such as Banjo Potatoes with Potatoes, Cheese and Onion, which you can make in less than 10 minutes and serve as a perfect side dish.
How to cook Banjo food at home?
Find a bag of the following ingredients in your local supermarket, or try our supermarket shopping list to get a sense of what you will need to make homemade Banjo food: Chicken stock – optional, but essential to give the meat that melt-in-the mouth texture Pasta sheets Shredded Parmesan cheese Cream Black pepper Tomato puree Flavourings Best of all, you don’t need to have any professional kitchen equipment or any special knowledge to start cooking with Banjos. Check out the video below, to see all the step-by-step tips and recipes you need to cook delicious Banjo food from home. You’ll need to read our the beginner’s guide below first!
Cooking with a Banjo requires a bit of patience. But, for the right ingredients, it’s relatively easy to prepare some fantastic meals. You can buy your own Banjo today!