A pot that stirs food while it is being cooked
A Japanese inventor known as “Watanabe” has come up with a special pot that creates a whirlpool in the pan or heating pot and mixes the food thoroughly while it is being cooked.
The pot would be amazing for cooking dishes like soups and curries which require continuous stirring to prevent clogs from being formed.
The Kuru-Kuru Nabe (a.k.a the ‘Pot Round and Round’) was invented by Hideki Watanabe, who came up with the design after experimenting with dental plaster at his practice. The pot relies on thermodynamics to create a whirlpool motion as liquids heat up. It not only saves you from having to stir, but it allows for a more efficient and even heating process, and has the added benefit of compacting foam so the pot is less likely to boil over.
See the video to see the whirlpool pot in action->
Source-> The japanese site of WATANEBE