About Ray Cooking Spray

RAY COOKING SPRAY

THE COOKING REVOLUTION IS HERE

The husband wants to go on a diet. The kids demand their delicious treats. The parents want to eat healthy. Sounds like a familiar struggle? Do you often find yourself caught in between, trying to strike that delicate balance between flavour and health? Does whipping up the perfect meal for everyone sometimes seem like a distant dream?

It’s time to stop worrying and get back to your love for cooking. Introducing Ray Cooking Spray - a revolutionary cooking essential that will transform every dish into a masterpiece. How, you ask? To begin with it has a unique dispensing mechanism. That means you can use exactly the amount of oil you need for your dish. Reducing your regular oil intake by 10 times and fat consumption by 80%. So, now you don’t have to worry about that seemingly-impossible taste-health balance.

What’s more, Ray comes in 4 wonderful variants - Sunflower, Olive, Ghee and Groundnut. Which means you can cook literally anything with it. From continental salads and grills to Indian curries, veggies and everything in between. Happy cooking!

Frequently Asked Questions
What is in Ray Cooking Spray?

Everything good, we say! Each can contains the variant of oil you’ve chosen i.e. refined sunflower, filtered groundnut, olive or ghee.
Along with this, the propellants in the spray contain Butane, ISO Butane, Propane, Nitrogen, Carbon dioxide and Soy Lecithin. Don’t worry about these. They don’t mix with the oil, but get released into the air when sprayed. What does that leave you with? The perfect layer of oil on your cooking surface. It’s also important to know that Ray Cooking Spray is free from argemone oil..

What are the contents of Ray Cooking Spray?

Ray Cooking Spray contains the respective variant of oil, namely - refined sunflower, filtered groundnut, olive and Ghee.
Additionally, the propellants in the spray contain Butane, ISO Butane, Propane, Nitrogen, Carbon dioxide and Soy Lecithin which do not mix with the oil when sprayed but get released in the air, leaving only a layer of oil on the cooking surface. Ray Cooking Spray is free from argemone oil.

Are there any chemicals in Ray Cooking Spray?

Of course not! Chemicals and freshly prepared food just don’t go well together, do they? Ray contains propellants such as Butane, ISO Butane, Propane, Nitrogen, Carbon-dioxide and soy lecithin. But, these never mix with the oil and their only purpose is to propel the oil for an even spread.

Does any oil get wasted while using ray Cooking Spray?

Not at all! Then what do you see suspended in the air when you spray? That’s not oil. They’re just the propellants, which disperse in the surrounding air, leaving only a layer of oil on the cooking surface. So, no. No oil is wasted when you use Ray!

Why do I have to spray the oil from 10 inches away from the cooking surface?

Because that’s how you get the perfect spread of oil on your cooking surface. Spraying from 10 inches away ensures that the oil is evenly distributed on your cooking surface and you use the minimal amount in your cooking.

Why should I use Ray Cooking Spray instead my regular oil? How is it any better?

There’s so many reasons that we barely know what to begin with! For starters, Ray Cooking Spray limits the fat content in your food by approximately 80%*. How? It’s the result of Ray’s innovative oil dispensing mechanism. Each spray (that lasts about 1/3rd of a second) contains approximately 2 calories* or 0.25 grams*. And the news only gets better. This spraying mechanism allows accurate measurement of oil to be applied in your food, unlike pouring regular oil, which can sometimes be a like uncontrolled. This means you can cook delicious food, relish it and stop worrying. Reason enough?

*Approximate values, as per tests conducted based on standard usage of the spray can which assumes 1/3rd of a second as the measured spray count, on various dishes and recipes at an NABL accredited laboratory for the contents and taste of food verified internally by the Food Tech Division.

How do I use Ray Cooking Spray while cooking?

You can use Ray as an ingredient like any other oil. However, its unique spraying mechanism opens up a variety of possibilities. The simplest way is to spray directly on your cookware with or without non-stick coatings. You can also spray it on a dish as a garnish or as a flavour enhancer. Ray Cooking Spray can be applied as any other oil, at any stage of cooking a dish. And the taste of your food will remain just the same.

How do I use Ray Cooking Spray?

It’s really easy. These 3 steps are all you need:
Step 1 - Remove the lid and shake the can well.
Step 2 - Hold the can upright and spray 10 inches away from the cooking surface.
Step 3 - Pay careful attention not to spray directly on an open flame. Ray Cooking Spray is just as inflammable as any other cooking oil.

Does any amount of oil get wasted while spraying?

No oil is wasted while using Ray Cooking Spray. What you see suspended in the air on spraying the can is the propellants, which disperse in the surrounding air, leaving only a layer of oil on the cooking surface. However, no oil is wasted in the process.

How should I use Ray Cooking Spray?

There are 3 easy steps to use Ray Cooking Spray -

Step 1 - Remove the lid and shake the can well.

Step 2 - Hold the can upright and spray 10 inches away from the cooking surface.

Step 3 - Pay careful attention not to spray directly on an open flame, just as you wouldn’t with any other oil.

Why am I spraying from 10 inches away from the cooking surface?

Spraying from 10 inches away from the cooking surface ensures an even spread thus allowing minimal usage of oil in cooking food.

What are the benefits of using Ray Cooking Spray? OR Why should we use Ray Cooking Spray instead of regular cooking oil?

Ray Cooking Spray limits the fat content in your food by approximately 80%*, as a result of its innovative oil dispensing mechanism. Each spray lasting 1/3rd of a second contains approximately 2 calories* or 0.25 grams*. It allows accurate measurement of oil to be applied in food, unlike pouring regular oil uncontrollably. It enables you to cook delicious food and enjoy eating it without worrying.
*Approximate values, as per tests conducted based on standard usage of the spray can which assumes 1/3rd of a second as the measured spray count, on various dishes and recipes at an NABL accredited laboratory for the contents and taste of food verified internally by the Food Tech Division.

How can I use Ray Cooking Spray while cooking?

Ray cooking spray is to be used like any other cooking oil, however, the innovative dispensing mechanism enables varied usage. The simplest way is to spray directly on cookware with or without non-stick coatings. It can also be sprayed on a dish as a garnish or as a flavour enhancer. Ray Cooking Spray can be applied as any other oil, at any stage of cooking a dish. It doesn’t in anyway alter the taste of any meal it is cooked in.

Can Ray Cooking Spray be used while baking?

Of course! Ray Cooking Spray is perfectly suited for baking. When you spray it, it completely covers the bakeware. And because of the uniform spread and minimal oil usage, it’s ideal for coating pans and cookie sheets without interfering with the flavour or texture of your baked goodie.

How should Ray Cooking Spray be stored?

Ray Cooking Spray must be stored in a cool and dry place, at room temperature. You don’t need to refrigerate it. It goes without saying that the contents should not be sprayed onto an open flame or red hot surfaces, just as with any other regular oil. The can should not be stored at temperatures above 52° Celsius. Store Ray Cooking Spray away from cooking surfaces or any other device that gives out heat. Also, keep it away from the reach of small children.

What is the shelf life of Ray Cooking Spray?

Ray Cooking Spray is best consumed before 18 months from the date of manufacture.

Can I add more oil if required, even after I’ve started cooking?

Yes. You can add Ray Cooking Spray at any stage of the cooking process to bring the food up to your satisfaction and taste. You don’t have to be any more cautious or worried while using this than you would be while using any other edible oil.

Does Ray Cooking Spray affect the taste of the food?

Not one bit. The only thing it affects is the fat content in your food, by reducing your oil usage by 10 times. The flavour of your food remains just as delicious. Ray Cooking Spray contains standard edible oil as used in regular cooking.

Why does foam appear when I apply Ray Cooking Spray on the cookware?

The contents of Ray Cooking Spray are under high pressure due to propellants and emulsifying agents like soy lecithin. That’s why, when it’s sprayed, some foam is released too. This is normal and not harmful in any way. Unlike other cooking sprays, Ray Cooking Spray doesn’t use any added chemicals to get rid of the foam.

I like the concept of oil spray. But, I’m not sure how I to use it for my daily food. Can you help?

Enter Spraycipes! We’ve created these fabulous recipes that use oil spray and are available on our website for free. What’s more, if you get inspired and have your own Spraycipe to share, send it to us and we’ll be glad to feature it. Do contact us to send in your recipe!

I like the concept of Oil spray. However, I am not sure how I will make my daily food by using Ray Cooking Spray. How can you help me?

We have created a host of Spraycipies which are available online for free. In addition to this, if you have your own Spray cipe to share, send it to us. We will be glad to feature it. Please Contact Us to send us your recipe.

Can I add more oil if I feel more is required once I have started cooking?

You can add Ray Cooking Spray at any stage of the cooking process to bring the food up to your satisfaction and taste, like you would with any edible oil. There is no need to be any more cautious or worried while using this then you would be, while using any other edible oil.

Is there a calorie comparison chart that I can refer to for all the variants?
Calorie Comparison
Ingredients Quantity Fat(g) Calories
Ray 1 Spray 0.25 2
Butter 1 Teaspoon 3.8 35
Oil 1 Teaspoon 4.6 41
Oil Used (gms.)
Sr. food item Usage of Ray Cooking Spray Regular Oil Reduction of Oil in Grams by using Ray Cooking Spray Percentage of Reduction in Oil Consumption
1 Dosa 2 grams (8 Sprays) 12 grams 10 grams 83%
2 Dal Fry 3 grams (12 Sprays) 27 grams 24 grams 89%

I have bought Ray Cooking Spray, but I keep on spraying it into my dish, thinking the quantity is inadequate. How do I know how many sprays are enough?

Just like any other product you use for the first time, t takes a little getting used to. But once you master it, cooking will never be better. As you continue using Ray Cooking Spray, you will get a hang of how many sprays you need per dish, according to your taste and preference.

I have bought Ray Cooking Spray, but I continue to spray it in my dish as I think quantity is inadequate, how do I know how many sprays are enough

Just like any other product you use for the first time, it takes a little getting used to, but once you master it, cooking will never be better. With frequent usage of Ray Cooking Spray, you will get a hang of how many sprays are optimum as per you own individual taste and preference, in each dish.

What is the net volume quantity in a can of Ray Cooking Spray?

The net volume quantity in a Ray Cooking Spray can is 250 millilitres or 200 grams or 750 sprays.

Do you have a helpline number?

Yes, our toll free number is – 1800-120-9868 (Mon-Fri; 9am to 9pm). For more details, you can also contact us here.

Who is behind Ray Cooking Spray and how did this idea originate?

LB Industries successfully initiated this innovative creation of Ray Cooking Spray. To know more, take a look at the About Us section on our website.