Over the last week I’ve been reviewing a Tefal Cook4Me multi cooker.
What is a Tefal Cook4me?
Well it’s a pretty clever cooker:
*50 pre-programmed savoury and sweet dishes with a maximum of six ingredients
*Automatically sets cooking temperature and time
*Cooks with no need for supervision
*Keeps food warm for up to 90 minutes after cooking
*Can be timed to start up to 15 hours in advance
*Easy to clean – the ceramic- coated bowl is non-stick, removable and dishwasher safe
It can currently be purchased from Lakeland at the reduced price of £220 ( normally £249 )
As I said we only received the item last week but we have already used it to make two of the pre set recipes. Firstly we tried the butternut squash soup which was delicious and we all really enjoyed including Chloe who had seconds!
Apologies for the slightly blurry pic of the cooker. It was a very bright day and I struggled to get a good photo in my kitchen but I will get some better ones this week and add them to my next post.
It’s super simple to use with clear instructions on screen telling you exactly what to do. Perfect for newbie cooks or those with a busy lifestyle.
We also tried spaghetti bolognese which turned our fabulously well considering the cooking time is just 16 minutes. It’s a breeze to clean afterwards which is another big perk in my book.
Next week I’m going to try some of their preset desserts and also some of my own recipes in the cook4me and feed back to you on what I think but for now I’m firmly in the loving it camp.
It’s worth being prepared for the massive jet of steam that pours out of the top when the cooking time ends. My daughter compared it to a rocket and loves to watch it 🙂