What do you use your oven for? Baking cakes? For most people ovens are to baking cakes as knife is to cutting. Well, if you are using your mini ovens for just cake baking purposes you aren’t wrong at all.
However there are more to your mini ovens than just baking. You can actually make some delicious meals with your mini ovens.
Sometimes, you may even make your food taste better when you use a mini oven. Sounds like magic? Well, it is not that magical at all.
This article will explain the top five recipes for your mini oven. We hope you will try making one of these meals sometime soon.
Mini ovens are small. With that said you can only shove something inside it that fits it. Therefore, to make your recipes simple, you need to get the following things to start with.
Want some pizza before going to work? Just break some eggs and spread it for your pizza. We prefer stuffing in some English muffins for more protein. We use cheese instead of a dairy product – you’ll still get a better taste from the eggs and pizza sauce.
Don’t want to spend much time on making some breakfast?
Then it makes some sense to start the morning with some Greek Frittata.
Our style of making Frittatas involves spinach, tomatoes, scallions, and feta.
Just mix them up in a small casserole dish and place it in your mini oven. With this breakfast, you get up to 26 grams of protein per a serving.
This recipe is one of our top recommendations for launch. But you get a little twist to its taste because of its salty add-on – the prosciutto. The prosciutto is dry ham sliced into thin pieces. Using a mini oven for this makes it a little bit crispier than a baked broccoli.
The main ingredients for this are almond meal, white parts of a boiled egg, and flaxseed meal. Add your best sauce, cheese, or meat at the top of your pizza and bake until you get that crispy feeling.
Want something for dinner? Make a sauce from tomato paste, orange juice, garlic, cumin, and cinnamon. Dip in some properly sliced pork in the sauce.
Next, stick it to skewer with eggplant and onion in between two consecutive pork meat and place it in your mini oven for some minutes. When it becomes brown enough take it off. Bon appetite.
There is a lot more that you can make with your mini oven, but these are the top five meals for your mini oven. With top two for breakfast, two for launch and the last one for dinner, we have enlisted some great meals suitable for any time of the day. If you don't currently own a mini oven, we have put a handy review together of the best models on the market here https://productspy.co.uk/best-mini-oven-reviews/
Hey, I'm Cath :) Iv'e got two beautiful young girls who mean the world to me. I used to be a head chef over at my local restaurant but I gave that up to look after my girls. I decided to put my culinary experience to use here by bringing that wealth of kitchen related knowledge and sharing it with you guys.