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Useful cooker with a few faults but many advantages too.
The Tefal “Multicook & Stir” is a combination of a heat controllable cooker with a stirring paddle that can operate during the cooking process. It can operate like a deep frypan, wok, slow cooker, rice cooker, or a steamer.
It arrived well packaged, with a couple of extra implements; spoons and a plastic steamer tray. Two booklets came with with it as well, the operating instructions and a glossy set of recipes for using the device.
Unfortunately the operating instruction booklet left a lot to be desired. The instructions were provided in a...small booklet, printed in tiny script on newsprint-type paper, which soaks up any water on the benchtop, and which has to be held at about nose distance away to be readable (at least if you’re my age). And the instructions were not well written. I had trouble understanding them. The control panel is not particularly intuitive – some of the symbols on the buttons are baffling. Buttons, which appear to be seldom used, are given prominent positions on the control panel, yet the important buttons are mixed willy-nilly among the clutter. The cooking programs are given English names (like “Baking / soup / steam /… function”) yet the controls are not labelled apart from the baffling symbols. (However, the instruction booklet shows images of the buttons with English labels, but my model device only has symbols, so this might be different with other versions of the device?) So when learning to use the device, a lot of time was spent (or wasted), squinting at the instruction booklet trying to find out which button to press, or how to get the correct function to be selected. There is a prominent button, which operates as “auto-rinse” which I could not discover what on earth it did, despite a section in the instruction booklet, that basically says it will carry out a prewash of the bowl? WTH? Anyway, the device is not the space-shuttle. It’s a cooker, so after a bit of baffled experimentation, I worked out how to use the basic functions. Using it to cook stuff is the main purpose, after all.
Purchased in April 2019.
Good for risotto lovers with bench space
I was sent the Tefal Cook & Stir as part of the Ambassador program. I do like the brand as I have a few different Tefal products in my kitchen.
First thing I noticed when I received the box was the size of the unit. This thing is HUGE. I had a breadmaker a few years back that was nearly as big. As I wasn't making bread all the time, my wife made me get rid of it due to the space it took up in the cupboard or on the bench.
The included recipe book contained about 25 recipes, most of which didn't look very appetising. My wife is also a vegetar...ian and there were very few that didn't contain meat so I guessed I'd be eating leftovers for lunch the next day. I had a look online for more recipes but there were none to be found on the Tefal site and nothing on YouTube. Guess I'd be sticking to the book. The instruction manual is confusing and filled with typo's and unclear instructions. Again I went to the Tefal site to see if they had instructional video's but the site only contained a couple of vague promo videos. In this day and age a company like Tefal should consider upping their media on their website to include this. Thousands of YouTubers make good content every day with just a simple camera and mic at next to no cost and they aren't trying to sell products. Once you work out how to use the machine it is relatively easy to use.
Purchased in April 2019.
Lots of potential
You? Are you sure? That was the reaction when I presented the rest of the family (wife plus daughters aged 12, 14 and 17) with the fact that I had been asked to review the Tefal Multicook and Stir. Admittedly, I had been so excited about being asked to become a Productreview "ambassador" that I said yes to this task first and then started thinking about whether I was actually going to be able to be of any value. That I am most definitely not part of the target audience for this product only dawned on me when the family watched me unpack this "s...mart cooker" and the comments of questionable support just kept coming. A month later I am happy to say that I have managed to engage (almost) all of them in the project and that they all had their input into this review. And engage is a key word with the Tefal Multicook and Stir. More than other products that enter the kitchen and that one knows how to use from the get-go (like a the new retro-style fashion statement of a toaster, a sandwich press or whatever), this one just stands there in its shiny new black outfit, sporting a few extra bits and pieces, lots of buttons and a power plug. Well, I knew where the power plug went, but after that, there is nothing I could to with it without delving into the manual. My first thought was that this is a (rather late) attempt at jumping on the Thermomix bandwagon (or is the better word craze?) at a fraction of the price. First things first, read the manual. Yes, usually that is reserved for absolute emergencies, but in this case, there was truly no other way to get started. No quick start guide, no link to an introduction video, just a little pamphlet mimicking something called a manual. I immediately made a note for my future review – that manual is pathetic. Black and white, tiny font, terrible graphics and, one thing that always amazes me, in part appalling English. Don’t get me wrong, my mother tongue is not English either, so I know how to make mistakes in English, believe me, but please Tefal, before a manual goes to print, send a draft version to your Australian HQ and ask someone to proof read it. Oddly enough, most of the manual’s grammar is fine, but some parts seem to have been added at a later stage hastily. Mind you, the grammar is not what makes the manual useless, it what it says. Here is what I mean. I quote: ‘In DIY function (only first setting) allow user to activate or stop stir function at any time by press the stir button, with the light of “stir” on and off to show the stirring status. […] After select the DIY to cancel, if user press “<” and “>” keys together, the setting go to default settings (first setting) for the selected DIY.’ I think you know what I mean now. Inside the box was also a little cook book. In the absence of any other documentation that cook book became the go-to document and it helped us getting to know this device. There are a few recipes in there, covering entrees, mains, deserts and they all are quite easy to follow and produce really good results. The high gloss production helps keep the damage spills do to the booklet to a minimum and very soon we started to long for more of those recipes. We assumed (hoped) that there is an online area that allowed users to find more info, read tips and download and share recipes or interact with others. But boy, none of that.
Purchased in March 2019.
Load it up, set it and forget it
We really liked the Tefal MultiCook & Stir. We think of this device as a slow cooker that cooks much faster due to its stirring action. As such, it is ideal for 'wet dishes' like stews, casseroles and curries. My wife did all the dinner cooking with it over the last few weeks and she loves it! She's put aside her Ninja slow cooker for this Tefal multicooker, but is hanging onto the much bigger Ninja for occasions when she might need to cook bigger batches of food, like for dinner parties. There is an initial learning curve – not too demanding, ...but care is needed to read the set-up and operating instructions. Setting-up the device required carefully working through the small instruction booklet, referencing a list of drawings to work out what needed to be done, including removing the inner lid and pressure valve to give them and the bowl a wash in soapy water before reassembly and cooking. It’s only weird the first time and once done, one reflects on how simple it actually is. The appliance beeps and lights-up its red LED display panel upon power-up. With its gloss black body and red display, wife said the appliance reminded her of K.I.T.T. – the car in the Knight Rider TV show, ha! It took her a couple of goes tapping the function buttons to get the multicooker working the first time. Again, now that she’s past the first encounter, and knows what to do, she says it’s “awesome” and easy to program. Once running, it only takes half an hour or so to cook up a meal, and with the device taking care of the cooking and stirring, one is free to attend to other matters or relax and enjoy the tantalising aroma wafting from the cooker. Unlike the gourmet foodies posting reviews here, we're an old-school family, cooking simple, filling and tasty dishes without any fanfare or fuss – and wife appreciates anything she can 'set and forget' for dinner-making. Stroganoff, spaghetti Bolognese, yellow curry, goulash, red wine beef stew: hearty, satisfying and flavoursome meals that are also nutritious, easy to make and fill the family on the cheap. To get the most out of this device will require experimentation as the recipe book is limited not just in terms of the number recipes but also in the 300 gram batch sizes: wife is inclined to cook 500—1000 gram batches, making enough food for two meals in one go. She had to guesstimate the right ingredient proportions and device settings accordingly. Also, getting the right consistency required a little practice as the stews tended to be a touch runny at first. Her first outing with the Tefal multicooker was the Beef Teriyaki from the recipe book, but getting away from the printed recipe, she set the meat to marinade ahead of her siesta. When cooked, marinading left the meat a little over-sour to taste and a tad dry, and wife over-compensated sweetening the dish in general: all part of the recipe 'tweaking' that she does. Much later, she rather ambitiously attempted to cook a stir-fry in the multicooker but it was too soft and stewy – this isn't a device for that kind of fast, high-heat cooking. On the other hand, experimenting with her own recipes – based on wife's experience with slow cooking – delivered great results, with only a little fine-tuning required to get it just right. her own beef Stroganoff recipe came out better than ever! and she didn't have to drudgingly stand over a pan to stir it. Very happy with that one. Her Melakan chicken curry worked really well too. This is where we think the Tefal MultiCook & Stir excels: making wet dish recipes that one might otherwise cook in a slow cooker, only it does the job much faster because of the stirrer: we think of it as a slow cooker on steroids. The Tefal MultiCook & Stir cleans up easily with just the wipe of a soapy dishcloth. We have found Tefal's non-stick coating – as applied to the removable cooking bowl – highly durable; probably the market leader in this regard and certainly way ahead of the cheap non-stick surfaces abounding in variety stores that peel within a few months of use. Based on our experience with Tefal's coatings, If one takes a little care to avoid scratching the non-stick coating (particularly by avoiding the use of sharp, metal utensils) one can expect years of trouble-free use. Yes, the bowl is much smaller than our Ninja but it proved to be sufficient for our family of four, even for two meals if sufficient sides were added. That was typically rice, cooked separately in our rice cooker, but that appliance is also a 'set and forget' proposition so it works well with the Tefal multicooker. The power cord attached to the machine on the correct side in our kitchen for convenience and we thought it was actually longer than cords we've seen on other, similar devices such as the Ninja for example. And on that point, the Ninja's cord is permanently attached whereas the Tefal multicooker uses a computer-type power cord that can easily be swapped out for a longer item if required. We're giving the Tefal MultiCook & Stir 4 out 5. We really like it and think it's an excellent slow cooker-type device that speeds up slow cooking with its stirring action. It's not for gourmets or foodies who require hands-on accuracy and precision in their cooking, and we haven't yet explored its full functionality (apparently it can steam and sauté, as well as cook rice) but our usage revealed that the Tefal MultiCook & Stir will do a great job at cooking set-and-forget, croc-pot style dishes for busy singles, couples and small families who will appreciate its time- and money-saving advantages and it can even stretch to next-day leftovers if you combine it with a rice cooker.
Purchased in April 2019.
Tefal multicooker and stirrer innovation to the next level and a time saver
We have been using this Tefal cook and stir the last 4 weeks as the ambassador. Here is my honest opinion upon using this product.
Product comes in a big box that is very well packaged. Inside the box includes the Tefal multicooker itself with the stirring attachment, pot/bowl, a recipe book loaded with heaps of recipes (deserts, mains, vegetables, vegetarian, sweets, cake etc...), and manual.
From first look, the design is very sleek, so much functions, big, has a bit of weight which adds to its sturdiness, and got to love the modern st...ructure of it all. It takes up quite a bit of space in the kitchen so it is something to take into consideration. The unit itself is similar to a rice cooker which opens up at the top and inside has a removable cooking pot/bowl and a removable stirrer attachment that fits nicely inside. Thick and very good quality, not flimsy or cheap feel. At the front of the unit has all the buttons and functions of cooking. The cord is a good length and long enough to reach a nearby powerpoint. This multicooker stands out from the others as it has the added function to cook and STIR at the same time. An amazing and useful feature when cooking food. Just add all the ingredients in and the machine does all the cooking and stirring while you can have the time to do other things. Talking about multitasking at its finest :)
Purchased in April 2019.
Self stirring cooking is very handy!
I had never used a multicooker and let alone one that stirs itself, but wow the stirring function transforms this cooker from a normal cooker into a great time saver.
The cooker is rather intimidating at first use, as I did not think the menu system is very intuitive, but after a few uses and getting used to the unit, it was pretty straightforward - I found that I cooked most things on the fry function and definitely with stirring (and timer)!
So I’ve tried a bunch of meals including stews, pasta sauce, stir frys, risotto & plain rice – th...e takeaway, this self stirring cooker is king of stews, casseroles & risotto! The non-sitck bowl heats up very fast and I normally added in aromatics such as garlic, shallots, onions, herbs etc and then any meat to do the initial seal, then gradually put in the rest of my ingredients to cook. The stirrer is slow and steady and really helps as a time saver – with 3 children, being able to walk away from the pot and know it is being stirred while cooking, lets you use your valuable time elsewhere. Very handy. I normally cook casseroles in a pressure cooker or a heavy base pot or pan but the round shape and size of the bowl is really handy – after cooking, there is a keep warm function which also included a clock function, so you know how long its stopped cooking and how long it has been ‘keeping warm’ – when you have 3 children and dinner time is always is always busy, this is handy to know so you don’t over cook/heat something and also there is a nice warm meal sitting there after putting the kids to bed.
Purchased in April 2019.
Trial and error - not for time poor home chefs
I’m a fan of Tefal products, we have been using a few of their non-stick pans and cookery for years, so I was excited to try this new cooker. One of its unique features is the internal stirrer, which basically stirs your food while it cooks. So you could just put all the ingredients in and leave it to cook - in concept perfect for time-poor family like us.
Having a 4L capacity, it has cooked for our family of 4, cooking 6 servings of food with no problems.
The first thing we tried was cooking rice. Comparing with our pressure cooker we use f...or rice cooking, the Tefal cooker failed to impress the family. My dad thought the rice quality was similar to the $20 rice cooker he bought from Aldi. And the Tefal cooker takes 45 mins to cook rice, whereas our pressure cooker takes 25 mins. When I tried their green curry chicken recipe, I found the chicken cooking step a bit of a let down, as I don't think the chopped pieces of chicken were stirred properly (when I opened the cooker up, the chicken pieces were clumped to the one side). Since you had to put the rice and the liquids in after the chicken is cooked, the rice turned out to be a quite soggy, so you might have to experiment with their suggested ingredient proportions. We also tried the stew/slow cook function to make beef briskets using online recipes. The process is a bit of trial and error, but luckily the result was delicious!
Purchased in April 2019.
Versatile no-fail cooking, quick easy clean-up
I received the Tefal Multicook and Stir RK901 as part of the Product Review Ambassador program, and couldn't wait to not only use it but also to provide my honest, objective opinion about it. When the product arrived it came in a huge box so I was initially worried that it would be heavy and huge on the kitchen bench. As you would expect, it is indeed a larger appliance but it really isn't overly bulky, rather it is actually pretty sleek and impressive-looking with its brushed chrome barrel and black lid with myriad buttons. It was also much...lighter than expected, equipped also with a handy carry handle making it easily portable. I have family that lives closeby so I can see that it will be handy to be able to pop in with soups or stews – just make, pick up and go! Similar to other reviewers I found the recipe book that was included rather uninspiring so I decided to give this thing a good run by winging it with a few dishes of my own. I have made sweet and sour chicken in both 'fry/crust' mode and 'slow cook' mode; pumpkin mushroom risotto; Thai green chicken curry and lastnight's meal was a whole roast chicken. I have also made rice in it, and even made a loaf of bread! While it was a bit daunting cooking blindly, and again, similar to other reviewers, I was unable to find any other recipes or instruction online, I took a little guidance from the recipe book (e.g. if I was cooking chicken drumsticks, I used the mode suggested in the recipe book for similar cuts of meat). I have been impressed with the quality and consistency of each meal. I might have been winging it but this thing seems to be pretty intuitive and cooks food well and evenly, and the functions are largely self-explanatory (e.g. rice function cooks rice, pasta function cooks pasta, risotto function cooks risotto etc...). And if all else fails, you can always pop open the lid (it's not locked down) and take a peek to ensure everything is cooking as you expect. Like any other cooking method, there is still food prep to factor in, and clean-up afterwards but clean-up in particular is MUCH easier than it would be making the meals any other way. Roast chicken, for example, would mean oven clean up and mess while cooking a chicken in the Tefal multicooker meant a cleanout of the bowl and wash of the top inner lid. So easy! I am a working mother of two so this is a blessing particularly on a school night when I want to cook something quick, healthy and delicious and not have to worry too much about having to deal with mess afterwards. The slow cooker function is particularly useful as you use it to do everything! You can brown onion, garlic, meat etc first with the lid either open or closed, whichever you prefer, and then add the rest of the ingredients, close the lid and switch to ‘slow cook’ mode. Where I would previously have used a frypan to brown meats, and then add everything to my slow cooker separately, I can now do this all in one in the multicooker which saves so much time, hassle and clean up! I have my traditional chilli con carne recipe slow cooking today as I write this review, and it was so much easier to make in the multicooker. As for the rice function, my family eats a lot of rice and while the multicooker cooks rice well enough, it seems to take a bit longer than it does in our rice cooker so I will probably stick with using my rice cooker to cook rice, which is fine really, because if your using the multicooker for your main meal then you won't be able to use it for rice, unless you cook the rice afterwards. Onto bread! There is no included recipe for bread so I used a Jamie Oliver basic bread recipe and made a white loaf. It cooked well and tasted good, and I have to say that the bread rising function was fabulous! One of the painful things about cooking bread is having to prove it and on a cold day it can take longer than ever. The 'bread rising' function applies warmth and keeps the dough obviously in a draught-free place so that it can prove quickly. If you're a bread maker, you will likely appreciate this function. After using the bread rising function, I then used the baking function to cook the bread. When it had finished and I checked the top, it still felt a little soft and doughy but when I tipped it out, the underside of the bread had a lovely brown crust, and it was cooked all the way through, and while the spherical shape made it look a little odd, it kinda looked like a cob. While it came out well, I'm not sure I would continue to bake bread in the cooker but I will definitely use the 'bread rising' function. To complement this review and provide a visual on what a finished meal in the multicooker might look like, I have uploaded photos of the sweet and sour chicken; pumpkin and mushroom risotto; roast chicken; chilli con carne, as well as the loaf of bread I made in it. Overall, I have been impressed with this multicooker. While it’s not super-cheap retailing at $249, it’s not super-expensive either for an appliance that does so much. It would be a reasonable investment for time-poor people, busy families, or those that don’t really enjoy or excel at cooking but would like to be able to make tasty, healthy and easy meals. I have given it a run for its money trialling several different foods and functions and it hasn't failed to produce a decently and evenly cooked meal with minimal intervention from me. I haven't yet used the 'delayed start' program but no doubt will when school goes back as we have extra-curricular activities three times a week or more and it will be a huge time-saver to come home to a cooked meal so I'm looking forward to giving that a go. I’m sure I won’t be disappointed.
Purchased in April 2019.
Great if it works!
I was sent this cooker as part of the Product Review Ambassador Program, so received it as a complimentary item to try out.
Whilst this particular Tefal model is not the largest available, with a total capacity of 5 litres and a rated capacity of 10 cups or 1.8 litres it nevertheless does what it is says well and in the price range performs as expected. Whilst there are bigger capacity multicookers on the market, this one is an ideal size for caravanners, 2-4 person families or those with smaller kitchens who require 1 appliance to do a multitu...
Purchased in April 2019.
Is this going to end up another gadget behind cupboard doors?
So I was sent this for an honest review as part of the ambassador program which I was thrilled about. At a quarter of the price could this be another version of a very expensive cooker out there starting with T and ending in X???
Taking it out of the box it was surprisingly light, I was expecting heavier but it is an attractive enough unit to have sitting on your bench so that was a tick. A negative was the cord, it is on the side and very short. I found I had to cook in a weird spot in my kitchen because of this.
Then the recipe book haha. ...
Purchased in March 2019.
Not really required but it's ok!
So where do I start with this multi-cooker? I guess it's a multi-cooker because you can keep multiple things in it but then again I've seen people cook multiple things in a rice cooker. It stirs stuff so there's this Tara side of things but to me, I honestly see this as a rice cooker that has inbuilt time is and programs and stirring paddle.
I have cooked a few things in the multi-cooker and I just want to quickly touch on the fact that this unit is not there to replace a chef, it does not take work out of the kitchen, it does not add ingredi...ents at other times by itself automatically. So I noticed someone was bagging the unit out saying everything comes out looking like slop and well yeah it does pretty much but what do you expect? Do you expect it to make something that you would find at an expensive Italian restaurant or a roast because, well, no it's not designed for that! However, the things that I did cook in this unit were actually quite good. I made the vegetable stew and it came out tasting pretty good, I will say that I didn't follow the half-written recipe to the-t because I added some of my own stuff, extras of others and I'm not so much of other things because when I realised how much 50g of mixed herbs was it would have equated to at least 4 jars of mixed herbs! Obviously, this was a typo As there are many typos, missing steps, missing phrases in the recipe book that comes with the unit. The recipes are pretty easy to make you just have to use some common sense when reading and deciphering through the poorly written text but I mean they're pretty basic recipes and what is missing is pretty self-explanatory anyway. One thing I'll say about this unit is it feels high-quality. The non-stick bowl that comes with the unit which you cook the food in, is quite thick in the right places to make sure the heat is evenly distributed. it a ladle and a Steaming tray attachment however, the steaming tray attachment does feel kind of cheap but I'm sure it will be fine. I just want to touch on the fact as well that if you are expecting to feed a Large family that this unit will be good if you're making say for example beef stroganoff in the unit and then having that with rice which you would you know use to bulk the meal up or have as a base rather it then would be ok however if you are going to use it for example when I made the beef stew I don't think it would have sufficed for myself, my cousin and our to Foster kids if our Foster kids were of teenage years which they're not they're quite young so and it only just managed to feed us up and that's saying something as I can't eat much because I have had a gastric bypass. The units pretty easy to use I don't have any issues with the use or trying to program out I think it's quite easy it's not difficult at all once you know what band does what and this is explained in extreme and length in the actual user manual. I do hate how I could not adjust the time for exactly what I wanted it but I do understand it would have made the process a lot longer if the timer worked in minute intervals instead of blocks of five or ten etc. Overall this unit would be good for a family who has a busy lifestyle they get home late and they just want to put everything in the unit turn it ongoing chase after the kids go wash uniforms vacuum the couch look after the dog whatever you gotta do and then once dinner is done the unit beeps ready to go it's more of a time-saving unit than what it is anything else it is not a chef replacement it is not a kitchen robot but for what it is and it's price point it's not too bad
Purchased in April 2019.
A Good Rice Cooker but not much more
If you have no time or don't really enjoy cooking then this thing might be for you. I don’t mean that to be insulting to this product, for many people they’re looking for something that makes their life easier so that they don’t have to cook complicated things. This unit is essentially a rice cooker with a built in stirring device. In my experience using it, I didn’t find the Stirling device overly helpful however different people might find different uses and the stirrer can be easily removed/not used leaving it to function very competently...without it. Pros: - It's a good rice cooker/slow cooker (3 stars for this) - Very easy to clean and store Cons: - It's a really expensive rice cooker - It is not intuitive to use, you will need to read the manual - The recipe book is useless and there are no other recipes or community out there
Purchased in April 2019 at Ambassador Program.
A great idea that just misses the mark.
My wife and I used the Tefal Multicook and stir several times over a two-week period. Initially it was quite daunting going through the instructions and working out how to use such a different style of cooker, but after one or two goes, we became confidant with it and got used to all the bells and whistles.
The first thing we noticed about it, was its appearance. It is quite large but very attractive with its glossy black and grey finish. In a smaller kitchen it could be difficult to house as it would take up a considerable amount of cupboard ...space if not on display and a very large percentage of bench space if left out. Sadly, our kitchen is on the small side, so we were forced to leave it out when not in use and lost half a bench consequently. On the plus side it is a very attractive unit, so isn’t in any way an eyesore. In the box is a colour brochure showing a list of detailed menus, including 2 breakfast, 3 soups, 19 main meals including vegetarian options and 3 desserts. The menu for each was easy to follow and, in each case, the meal that resulted was superb. The cooking time was considerably shorter than using pots and pans on the stove and the clean up after was a dream. However, and it is a HUGE however, there is a limitation to the use of the appliance in as much as we could not work out how to make anything that WASN’T in the recipe brochure and it is hard to justify the Multicook and Stir if it can only make 27 dishes in total! The process required for most of the dishes required more than one step of chucking everything in together, setting a simple timer and waiting for it to go ‘ding’. And to set the cooking time means setting more than a simple timer. For example, to make a (DELICIOUS) Beef Stroganoff, you start with some of the ingredients and you need to set the cooking function first, then the food type, then the cooking time (5 minutes) and THEN the stir function.
Purchased in April 2019.
Three stars because non stick is my no-no
I was sent this item for review.
Four stars if it's a useful size for you, and you don't care that it's non-stick. Two stars for our house, because we don't want non stick, and it's just way too small! Average : 3 stars
I really love that this unit stirs, stirs from the top, for ease of cleaning, and has manual controls for time and temp, if you don't fancy the presets.
I used the stew preset for a curry, and found I had to put it on for longer. I did a good Bolognese sauce, and the rice came out fine when I tried that. There is a bit of a...
Purchased in April 2019.
I was sent this gadget because I'm a member of the Product Review Ambassador Program. They send me things and I review them. This is a long review because I tried very hard to give it a fair trial. So let me work through the positives of this machine.
It's funny. There's a laugh-a-minute in the instructions for its incredible – yes, really not credible – array of “functions”.
The recipe book that comes with it is the absolute gold standard by which you should never write a recipe book. Incomprehensible instructions, missing ingredients and/or...steps, accompanied by truly awful photographs that splendidly reflect the insipid slop that is produced if you follow the recipe. Or not. It takes up a huge amount of bench space and is really really shiny flimsy plastic. My two year-old twin mates loved the cardboard box and the thing itself (if you squint hard) looks like Daft Punk's headgear.
Purchased in April 2019.
Questions & Answers
The bottom of where you put your ceramic pot has gt marks. Is there any way to remove the mark? I don't put wet pot wheb i cook anything, it can be from the steam. How to remove it?
Are you referring to the heating element on the inner bottom of the MultiCook and Stir? If so, I use a clean damp cloth to wipe the heating element plate.
Should the red light be on when using stir function
Yes the red light will be visible on the Stir Function button when the stir function is operating.
No red light means it is off, and not stirring, which you can select by depressing the stir function button.
Somewhere I read that this cooker can pressure cook. This is not true?
The Tefal MultiCook & Stir does not pressure cook.
If you’re looking for pressure cooking then I suggest the Tefal Cook4Me which does have pressure cooking.
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|Dishwasher Safe Parts||Yes|
|Keep Warm Setting||Yes|
|Dimensions||285 x 328 x 518 mm|
|Cooking Bowl Material||Ceramic|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
|Colour / Finish||Black / Stainless|
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