The cooking process

The cooking process

In the following, two examples of the cooking process, a simple and a more complex one, are described illustrating the benefits of time and energy saving and the advantages of the monitoring function.


Spaghetti, a simple example that demonstrates how time and energy are saved

1. Preparation

After placing the pot including water and salt on the switched-on stove, you can leave the kitchen.
In another room you can start the App and choose the recipe from the dropdown menu. The device records the temperature whether the app is started or not.
After some time you can see the estimated time until the second step starts.

2. Start the cooking process

After some minutes you are reminded by your smartphone that the second cooking step needs to be executed.



3. Energy saving

After some minutes the stove can be turned off for energy saving. In this case you save about 19% of energy.
The remaining cooking time will be estimated depending on the measured temperature.



4. Ready

The App advises you when the recipe is ready depending on the residual heat.
When the device is removed from the pot, the alarm stops automatically.



When cooking spaghetti you need about 20 minutes from placing the pot with cold water on the cooker until the spaghetti are ready. During this time you can leave the kitchen for 13 minutes and do other tasks.

Also you can save about 19% of energy.



Curry lentil soup, a one pot recipe

The following video shows how easy it is to prepare a delicious stew with the help of Cooky.

Who is cooky?

Who is cooky?

Cooky is a universal kitchen helper that allows you to remotely monitor your pot, grill or oven in order to save time and energy.  It helps to reproduce recipes successfully and effortlessly.

Cooky measures the temperature in the pot, oven or grill and detects in the pot if something boils over. It sends this information remotely to the connected App. On the smartphone you can choose a recipe and control the cooking steps and time.


An energy saving algorithm can estimate the cooking time. It is easy to use with a free cooking mode as well as a step by step mode for more complex recipes.

Only download the free App from the App Store and connect it to the Cooky.

You can use Cooky with every pot. When using its plug probe sensor, it can also be used for barbecuing and in the oven.

What is Cooky suitable for?

  • Easy cooking processes like pasta, rice, beans, lentils, potatoes etc.
  • More complex one pot recipes with step by step instructions
  • BBQ, oven, grill or smoker, ambient and core temperature
  • Jam

In all these cases Cooky enables you to leave the kitchen during the cooking process, hence you save time. In addition, when cooking one pot recipes, step by step instructions help you with the preparation of the ingredients.
And finally, in the BBQ mode, the core and the ambient temperature in your oven, grill or smoker is controlled remotely.

How it works

How it works

 Sends data


The device measures the temperature inside the pot and sends the data to a smartphone. In the oven the plug probe sensor measures the core and the ambient temperature.
If the temperature is not within the range, an alert appears. This can protect your food from burning.


Also the device has an over boil detection and sends an alert to the smartphone as soon as foam rises to the border of the pot.

Cooky has a memory, it records the temperature independently without the smartphone

Cooky turns on automatically if the temperature in the pot increases. It records the temperature whether the App has been started or not.
As a result, no data is lost and the times of the cooking steps remain correct even though you may have started the App later.