Philips All-In-One-Cooker HD2238/72

Philips All-In-One-Cooker HD2238/72

 VerifiedMPNs:825631 and HD2238/72
Philips All-In-One-Cooker HD2238/72
4.0

8 reviews

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75% · 62 · 25%

Product is used
  • Several times a week
Build Quality
4.3
Value for Money
3.9
Ease of Use
3.9
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.1
Safety
4.6
Pressurising Speed
4.4
Slow Cooking
3.9
Steaming
4.3
Pressure Cooking
4.1
Sautéing
4.3
Rice Cooking
5.0

Reviews

8 reviews
8 reviews
Tassie girl
Tassie girlHobart, TAS
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Very Disappointed, purchased this because of size, no custom setting and slow cooker 1 level only, will be returning

I purchased this last week due to the larger size, I already have a Breville -5.7 litre which has a custom setting and 2 levels for slow cooking. Reading before I purchased this I thought it had 2 levels for slow cooking but it doesnt, there is no custom setting and the preset times you cannot go down (only increase in time) which is pathetic as I find rissotto cooks in my breville in 4-5 minutes once to pressure, this is 20 minutes, i can only imagine what a soggy claggy mess it would be, I made pea and ham soup tonight which turned out undercooked, tried to cook it again and it just stuck to bottom of pan 1cm deep brown burnt, waste of money, will be returning as so hard to use compared to the Breville. Show details
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Mary M.
Mary M.Sydney, NSW
 
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JuneeVee
JuneeVeeCentral Highlands and Goldfields, VIC15 posts
 

A bigger version of great!

I've had two of the 6 litre models of Philips All in One for some years now and absolutely love them. The latest, 8 litre is just as good and has a couple of new features I particularly enjoy: the cord inlet slightly off to the side (rather than right round the back) means the cord stretches further to plug in. And the sauce thickening function is excellent. I love the tough coating of the new-look pro-ceramic inner pot - much hardier than the old version in the 6 litre models. And the extra power means sauteing is quick and crisp, and pressure is reached really quickly. For big cook ups, a clean kitchen and a stress-free cooking experience, you can't go past this model. Show details ·  1
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Wendy Backhous
Wendy BackhousMid North Coast, NSW3 posts
 

Great machine perfect size for batch cooking

I have enjoyed cooking with this machine love the ability to saute in one pot then cook and sauce thickening setting is good. I find it hard to convert recipes as I cant adjust the slow cooker temperature. can you tell me if the set temperature is equivalent to the low or high setting of other slow cookers. Thank you Show details ·  1
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Zak A.
Zak A.Sydney, NSW
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How did I go so many years without this product??

I’ve had the 8L Philips all in one and it has made cooking so easy. From fall off the bone lamb shanks to tender massaman beef curry and rice, this can do it all so easily.

The only thing I couldn’t figure out is how to select high or low temperature for the slow cooking function. It appears to only have one setting.

Is there a way to select high or low temp for this model? Show details ·  1

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Alex
AlexSydney, NSW14 posts
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Osakamoo
OsakamooSydney, NSW3 posts
 

It’s amazing! Saves so much time in the kitchen

It’s an amazing machine to have in the kitchen. I previously have the smaller model and this one heats up even quicker. It’s larger size is wonderful especially for steaming and cake tins. The extra functions such as sauce thickening and hotpot have been good. It also preheats quite quickly and comes to pressure quickly. I really have enjoyed using it in the kitchen.  Show details
Deedee66
Deedee66South East Queensland, QLD2 posts
 
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Questions & Answers

Enid R.
Enid R.

Can I use a steamer in philips all in one cooker and how long to cook steamed pudding

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Jan P.
Jan P.

How do you change the temperature setting (low/medium/high) when using hotpot jam or sauce thickening programs? Tried everything I can think of!

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Vee
Vee

Does the stated capacity (8L or 6L) refer to the maximum amount you can cook in it, when it is 2/3rds full? (As I noticed in the manual it shouldn’t be filled to the top)?
Or would the 6L one, for example, only fit 4L of food when 2/3rds full?

JuneeVee
JuneeVee  

The stated capacity is the full capacity of the inner pot so yes, in your example, you could fit up to 4L of food in the 6L model.

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Details

CategorySlow Cookers, Multi Cookers and Pressure Cookers
Price (RRP) $349
TypeElectric
Capacity8L
Keep Warm SettingYes
DisplayTouchscreen
Weight7.4 kg
Power1,500 W
Cooking Bowl MaterialCeramic Coated
Cord Length1.2 m
Manufacturer Warranty2 year(s)
Colour / FinishBlack, Silver
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  • MPN: 825631 and HD2238/72
  • GTIN13: 8710103929673

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