How you can make Food in a Dishwasher? The idea of cooking in your dishwasher is a pretty well known kitchen parlor trick that, by itself, ends up wasting a lot of power and water. However cooking in the dishwasher is a trendy new way of using heat sealed containers—such as canning jars and food vacuum bags—to cook food while cleaning a full rack of dirty dishes. Talk about multitasking…Suddenly cooking with your dishwasher doesn’t sound so crazy. Instead, it’s actually an economical, and not to mention, environmentally friendly way to cook. It will also keep your house cooler (no running oven) and you won’t have to watch over it or worry about burning your meal. We’ve rounded up a small sample of six meals that you could be throwing into your dishwasher right now!
Dill Lemon Cream Salmon
Before putting your fish packet onto the dishwasher rack though, you’ll want to fill the pouch full of aromatics like lemon, dill, peppercorns, and a sprig of parsley.
Cous Cous with Green Beans, Zucchini and Mint
If you want something with a little more bite, as well as fragrant flavors, you should try this pan-fried green beans, zucchini, and mint.
Dishwasher Lasagna Florentine
You can easily a pasta dish (preferably oven-ready lasagna noodles), ricotta cheese, mushrooms, and pre-sauteed meats into an aluminum pouch ready for a spin in your dishwasher. Set your machine on a two hour normal cycle and heated dry cycle for a deliciously fully cooked, albeit non-browned, lasagna.