Ok, from his video, looks like he has just cook a potato soup from a washing machine. And I am sitting still cant believe in what I have seen.
The washing machine used in the experiment was a 5.2kg load model.
First, cut up the ingredients. Avoid cutting them too small, because theyre going to have to withstand the tumble in the machine.
Next, its cooking time! Simply toss the cut potatoes and pork ribs into the washing machine.
Set the machine to a normal wash cycle at 95 degrees Celsius, and make sure you set it to NOT drain the water, because that water is going to be your soup. When youre done with the settings, just hit the start button!
Depending on your washing machine, the time required for each cycle might vary. The machine used in the video took about one hour to finish cooking.
Just like cooking in a pot with a glass lid, youll be able to check on the cooking situation through the lid of the washing machine.
When its done, time to serve up! This is where the salt comes in. Feel free to use any other condiments to enhance the flavor of the soup.
It actually looks like a regular, palatable bowl of Chinese soup.
Taste test! The experimental chef comments that the potatoes are soft and fluffy to the core, and the pork ribs were soft with just the right amount of chewiness. The soups a success!
Watch the whole cooking process!