Thanks to Redmond for sending me their lovely multicooker and for commissioning me to create a recipe. All opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Ciara (My Fussy Eater) says

    5 stars
    This looks great. I love my kitchen gadgets but I hate how much space they take up. Looks like this could replace a lot of them. And I’m surprised by the price. Would have expected it to cost a lot more considering everything that it does. I am definitely going to look into getting one now!

  2. Rosemary Rowe says

    4 stars
    Will you try meringues too please and let me know how it goes? After reading your review and checking their site, I think this would be right up our street. I also have an Actifry and follow you on Instagram where I saw the beef noodle stirfry. I need to be more adventurous, I think. Have you made yoghurt yet? (sorry for all the questions!!)

    • Bintu says

      Rosemary I am glad you dropped by from Instagram. Not yet made yoghurt but intend to as well as some desserts in the multicooker. I hope you get one of these as i really like mine.

  3. Sarah Jane says

    Bintu, I think you have saved my bloke and me from having a big row! He Wants a bread-maker but I wanted a slow cooker. But this multicooker ticks all the boxes. We are So going shopping 🙂

  4. Silvana Kelleher says

    What are your thoughts a year on? I’m currently looking for a model for both myself (I use the monthly planning method) & my daughter who has a family of 4 + frequent visitors.

    From my own research, this model appears to have an advantage over the 4502 as the bowl has handles. I’m not sure that justifies the higher price though.

    It seems you’ve tried out both & I’d love to hear which you think is the best deal for us.

    Many thanks

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