- TIRED OF HOT KITCHENS
High electric bills and spoiling the environment?
HOW ABOUT TRYING A SOLAR COOKER?
- Never waiting for an oven to preheat
- Needing less time to prepare and cook food
- Using multiple ovens simultaneously
- Cooking food safely while you’re away from home
- Worrying less about exact timing and temperatures
- Virtually no oven cleaning
Solar Cookers Directions
1. Carefully line the insides of the container with aluminum foil so that the foil is as smooth as possible. Try to avoid crinkles. You need only line the sides.
2. Make a small hole in the sides for the skewer to go through.
3. Place the container on its back and then push one end of the skewer through the container.
4. Push the food onto the skewer and then bring the skewer through.
5. Put plastic wrap around the open part of the oven and you are ready to cook!
6. Place your oven in a spot that receives a lot of sunlight. You will need to prop the oven so that it is at an angle perpendicular to the rays of the sun. In this way the sun will hit the oven head on, and not at an angle. As the sun’s rays hit the curved, reflective surfaces inside the oven, they will be deflected and concentrated on your food.
Cooking time will vary depending upon the time of day and year.