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Tefal Cook4Me Connect Multi-Cooker with Interactive Control Panel, Connected Capability and 50 Integrated Recipes, 6 L
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- Cook a variety of healthy meals easily & quickly No need to be a master chef - Cook4Me+ automatically sets recipe times & cooking temp.
- Interactive LCD screen for easy use
- Keeps your food warm for up to 90 minutes!
- Non-stick ceramic coated bowl. 5 cooking settings allow you to pressure-cook, steam, brown, simmer, or reheat your meals
- 4 main control panel options & 50 recipes to choose from
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Cook4Me connect is an enhanced multi-cooker that cooks for you. The Cook4Me is an interactive multi-cooker that simplifies everyday cooking by guiding you, step-by-step, through every recipe in its pre-programmed library of recipes and My Cook4Me app. Cooking delicious every day meals has never been so simple, as Cook4Me also advises you on the quantity of each ingredient and automatically sets the cooking function and temperature to match. Connect, access and download recipes thanks to My Cook4Me app. Its user-friendly and interactive interface comprises of four menus that can be easily accessed using the main rotary dial: Ingredients menu, recipes menu, manual and preferable.
Save time in the kitchen thanks to Cook4Me's pressure cooking function: One of the two levels is selected automatically depending on the recipe or ingredient of choice. Once you have followed the on-screen step by step instructions, let Cook4Me cook away, there is no need to supervise this multi-cooker, as it will automatically switch to its keep-warm function once your meal is ready. Its removable ceramic coated bowl, can be easily and quickly cleaned; alternatively, place it in the dishwasher for hassle-free cleaning. This multi-cooker is similar to having your very own personal assistant in the kitchen. It comes with 50 pre-programmed recipes, which means it is highly easy to keep dinner time interesting and varied. The Cook4Me's an elegant and easy-to-use interactive LED display guides you through each recipe, step-by-step, from the insertion of ingredients to the cooking process.
Its recipes range from family preferable such as curries, casseroles, stews, soups and risottos, right through to spare ribs, modules mariner and even puddings. Tefal's Cook4Me is ideal for those who live a busy lifestyle, as it can cook a broad mix of dishes (of which 33 of them cook in 15 minutes or less) with no need for supervision and keeps the food warm for up to 90 minutes after cooking. You can even pre-program the machine up to 15 hours in advance, in case you are going to be out of the house when you would need to set it off. The Cook4Me has a 6 L capacity, ideal for cooking for a family or for friends. It contains a ceramic bowl that can be easily lifted out and thanks to its non-stick coating, is highly easy to clean. The bowl and the additional steaming basket accessory are both dishwasher safe. Its compact design means the Cook4Me won't take up too much space on your kitchen counter and its safety pressure, leakage and lid opening devices remove any risk of spillage during the cooking process. Thanks to Tefal, you don't have to be a master chef to produce an exciting, healthy and diverse menu every night of the week.
- 1 x Tefal Cook4Me connect
- 1 x 1 steaming basket
- 1 x Recipe book
- 1 x Instruction booklet
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The cooker can be used just like a conventional pressure cooker to cook rice, potatoes etc, to reduce cooking time.
The cooking pan is nonstick and lifts out of the cooker and so is easy to clean afterward. There is also a steaming basket that fits int the cooker for steaming.
The recipes are all easy to follow and use everyday ingredients. There is none of the frustration of recipes books that list hard to find or unheard of ingredients. The unit is quite large and so unless you want it on the work surface it will take up a big chunk of kitchen cupboard to store it.
This is ideal for people that don't like to spend time cooking for pleasure. If you want to get a meal as quickly as possible then this is perfect. The recipes are all solid and so far I have not had a meal that I wouldn't want again. Although not cheap, the convenience it provides will make it pay its way with regualr use.
It's very expensive true, but my wife had some vouchers from work and couldn't think of what to get. I really think that if somehow we lost this one, we would buy another one immediately regardless of the cost.
The other reviews tell you about how it looks, but really, it's so very easy. Ribs are absolutely amazing. Put them in the steamer tray and some stock in the bottom and then cook for 25 minutes. What could be simpler?
Casseroles are hot and miss. I've had braised steak several times and it's not great. Roast chicken however is brilliant. Tonight we had leek and potato soup. So nice. The pressure cooker finished it in 10 minutes (plus browning time) slip was very flavourful
My advice basically is that it's a great device but the blue toothy bit is gimmiky.
Also the recipes in the device are a little plain. However just play around with them and add more spices and herbs.
I have been using a stove top WMF perfect plus 6,5l pressure cooker for a few years now on a weekly basis so will explain the pros and cons of this electrical version compared to a stovetop model.
First up: the tefal cook4me is designed for the pressure cooker novice. The unit is well made and stylish in appearance and will look great on any counter top. It has a generous 6 liter capacity and comes with a "steamer basket" insert. It has around 50 recipes pre-programmed as well as standard programs for just about every meat and vegetable I can think of. Download the app and pair it with your phone and you can download even more recipes onto the device. The recipes themselves are a bit disappointing in that they mostly rely on jars of sauces and shop bought pastes rather than fresh spices. (E.g. Jar of pasta sauce, teriyaki sauce, korma curry sauce etc). It's not clear how or if you can add or request more recipes for the app.
Firing the machine up for the first time you set the language and country and then you're ready. Select recipes or ingredients to start. I tried out the beef bolognaise sauce. Select the number of people you are cooking for (the quantities are adjusted accordingly). I selected 4 people which was around 500g of mince. Brown onion and mince (machine tells you when to start) and then add rest of the ingredients, lock the lid and press ok. The machine then gets up to pressure and starts the countdown - 10 minutes until delicious bolognaise is ready! One - two minutes before finishing it beeps to let you know it's almost finished and then beeps again when done. It then depressurises and automatically keeps your food warm. The results were fantastic and indistinguishable from my stove top wmf. I also tried making two different vegetables - cauliflower and butternut separately- and they both came out perfectly cooked in 3-5 minutes. You can adjust the suggested timings to cook to your desired firmness.
Pros (vs stovetop)
Effortless worry free pressure cooking - no adjusting the gas burner to maintain the right pressure.
Timer countdown - always know precisely when your food will be ready.
Pre-programmed recipes and programmes for meat, veg, grains, pulses etc.
Keep warm function.
Equivalent pot size of 6 litres - enough for 6 people or more.
Pot has non stick coating.
Comes with "steamer basket" insert (had to buy this separately with my stovetop) - useful for deserts and veggies.
Step by step instructions for all the recipes makes cooking fool proof.
Cons (vs stovetop)
Cooks at lower pressure 10.5 vs 13.8 psi so takes a bit longer (but doubt you'd notice)
Recipes a bit simple and rely on shop bought sauces (although you can just substitute your own ingredients).
Only 1 way of depressurising - full automatic. Stovetop can do full release, quick release (by putting pot in ice water) and slow release - just by taking pot off the burner and slowly bringing to room temperature - this is handy for some recipes like making your own Tabasco sauce where the chilli oils vapourise and you end up pepper spraying your house if you depressurise in the normal way!
Mechanism more complicated - there are several more bits to unscrew, uncouple and remove to clean versus stovetop which just has 3 pieces - an integrated handle, rubber gasket and lid.
Despite being a counter top device it does generate a lot of steam for instance when browning the meat and when depressurising at the end. For this reason I used it placed on tray on my cooker so the extractor hood could get rid of all the steam.
The price! About 300 quid versus about 150 for a stovetop version.
All in all I really like it! I think it's a great introduction to pressure cooking that is perfect for people on the go, students and people new to cooking for themselves. More experienced cooks will still benefit from the convenience but will probably go off pieste for the recipes.
Ps- to get the most out of your pressure cooker (electric or stove top) look at laura pazzaglias fantastic book hip pressure cooking (available on amazon) or website of the same name.
It's fun too to use Amazon had the best price Evan beating eBay Well done Amazon. Don't buy the none connect get this to cook with your iPad it's awesome
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