Cooking Tips

The less food that’s inside the bag, the faster it will cook.
Spraying anti-stick spray inside the bag can help prevent proteins from sticking to the bag after cooking.
Cook the bag on a microwave-safe dish for the microwave or on a baking sheet for the oven for ease of handling.
If the food inside the bag is frozen, cook it for double the recommended cooking time.
Don’t puncture or pierce the bag prior to cooking.
Always cook with clear side of bag facing up. The food inside the bag will cook evenly and there’s no need to flip the food during the cooking process.
Always wait one minute before opening the bag to allow hot steam to escape.
If too much liquid builds up inside the bag after cooking, cut a small hole in the bag and drain some of the liquid before fully cutting open the bag to plate the food.
While RCG! bags do an excellent job of cooking proteins and vegetables, they also do a great job of cooking a variety of fruits as well. Try them with sliced apples, peaches, or strawberries cooked in the microwave for 1 to 2 minutes for a sweet, quick, and healthy dessert.
Try RCG! bags when cooking frozen processed foods that you’d otherwise boil, cook in a frying pan, or microwave like chicken nuggets, hotdogs, and mixed vegetables.

“We got a couple of these from our local supermarket when we brought some fish, we love them. The fish cooked beautifully!”

R. Lennan


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