GE Single Burner: Kitchen Product Review
I wanted to share our experiences with our GE Single Burner we bought for cooking in our fixer upper investment property while it’s being repaired.
It works very well…
Be careful though…the entire appliance gets very hot, so don’t touch anything, but the temperature dial, when it’s heating.
It has an off position, a low and half of the dial is adjustable up to the high mark.
It’s great for cooking eggs in a frying pan, even ground meat for chili or Sloppy Joe’s.
It works very well for reheating or heating vegetables, soups and the like.
The GE Single Burner heats water almost to boiling, so you can get away with heating water for tea or instant coffee.
However, don’t try to cook pasta on it because the water will not actually boil. The pasta will be extremely gummy because the starches never really get cooked.
Trying to fry foods like fried chicken in oil may not work either, as the oil won’t heat to the appropriate temperature.
You will need another appliance for boiling water like a coffee maker or electric skillet – even a microwave.
All in all, it works well for everything but food that need completely boiled water.
I give it a 4-star rating.
I hope you enjoyed this Cooking Product Review on Cooking With Kimberly! Until next time…
Kimberly Edwards 🙂
P.S. You’ll want a great set of frying pans for using on your GE Single Burner:
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