All you need to do is throw the can into hot water, let it simmer for a minute or two, open the can, and voilà!
She got an electric kettle and plugged it in, transferring a teapot of hot water into the tub.
Now she found herself cooking for eight men and scrubbing the toilet aboard a small boat with no hot water.
Only hot water can be consumed, and the minimal amounts of food acceptable must never be cooked in a clay pot.
And though his company may be in hot water abroad, Adelson has remained in the clear at home.
Stuff half a dozen sweet peppers, brown in oil, then put into a baking-pan and finish cooking, basting with hot water.
Have hot water in another pot, to weaken the cups of those that like it so.
One may continue in this way for a week or two, after which a third cup of hot water might be added.
And Charley, unlucky Charley, had managed to get into hot water with the college school.
Then mix in the gravy a small tea-cup full of hot water, and thicken it with a very little browned flour.
c.1400, literal; 1530s in figurative sense of "trouble."
Difficulty; trouble; embarrassment: got herself into hot water by marrying a Siamese prince (1875+)