Now I want to talk efficient kitchens. The thing with kitchens is that you always want surfaces to be clear so you can use them and cook at the same time. I used to stryggle as I would have 3 or 4 gadgets permanently out, which meant a small amount of space to do all the gazillion of chopping, cutting, slicing, spreading etc that I needed to do. Luckily, I’ve found a solution. This is the Redmond Multicoooker – aka the jack of many trades and clearly the master of all of them too.
Redmond have a lot of Multicookers – and if you pop over to their website, you can find out more about these. The one I have been using and loving over the last 2 years is the Multicooker Redmond RMC-M90E. And so my list of reasons to cook in a Multicooker is based on my experience using this model.
Reasons to cook in a Multicooker Redmond.
- It does everything – pretty much.
Seriously Multicooker Redmond’s are awesome. Depending on your model, you can use them to bake, boil, fry, sauté, simmer, sear, steam, stew, make soup, cook rice and risottos, make yoghurt, slow cooks, reheat and keep warm. Yeap, ALL that. My mode,l the Redmond RMC-M90E, has 45 different cooking programs. Just check out some of the recipes I have made links, spread out across this article, that I have made in mine.
2. Space saving.
Using a multicooker often means you can save on your very precious counter space. No need to also pull out your rice cooker, slow cooker, fryer or steamer. More space for cooking your family meals.
3. Money saving – yes please.
Plus think of all that money you will save by getting a Multicooker. No need to have to also buy yourself a lot of those other everyday gadgets like your rice cooker, yoghurt maker and steamer. More money to spend on other fun things instead.
4. Meal Variation – Breakfast tick, supper tick, dessert tick.
Guys, you can cook any style of meals effortlessly. Fancy a nourishing breakfast, or a starter for that girl’s night? Maybe a quick lunch or a healthy supper. Maybe even and indulgent who cares about the calories dessert or just a warming cocktail or two for cozy movie nights. Yeap, you can do all these and more in a multicooker.
The Multicooker come with automatic programs, so you can just press go. But they are clever enough to give you the chance to customise everything. If you want to fry a little bit more or cook at a higher temperature then just go into the controls and change the time or temperature (which ranges from 35C to 170C). Two other useful functions are the timer delay – so start your meal when you want to, and the keep warm function, meaning you can come back home to a warm meal. Awesome, right?
Some recipe videos feauturing the Multicooker Redmond.
Slow cooker pear and cinnamon oats.
From what I have tested so far, Multicookers do exactly what they say on the tin. One cooker, multiple functions and a lifesaver. They are perfect for passionate cooks, people looking to save money by using less gadgets. They will be great in a small modern kitchen, a home without a cooker, a great present for people going off to university or a holiday home, busy parent or grandparents, and people who generally want good food with minimum hassle.
REDMOND offers the seriously reasonably-priced, stylish multi-functional multicookers in the UK, along with a whole range of other smart appliances. These can be found in their online store. Please do pop over and check them out.
Other Multicooker Redmond recipes include:
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