Tefal 4 in 1 Slow Cooker, Steamer, Rice Cooker, Porridge Maker @Asda £25.00 instore only at this price - HotUKDeals
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Manufacturer's Description
The Electronic 4in1 Rice Cooker has 4 exclusive cooking settings that alllow you to cook rice, steam, slow cook and rice pudding or porridge. There is no compromise on style with a renewed control panel design with blue LED and brushed stainless steel housing, this rice cooker will fit into any kitchen. The automatic keep warm function switches on at the end of cooking so the food is ready to eat when you are. Tefal, ideas you can’t live without. Tefal's product design communicates the brand's identity: They are ingenious and guarantee success. They are usable by everybody in the family. They are pleasant to use. They find their place in various styles of living environments.
Box Contents
# 1 x Rice Cooker
# 1 x Measuring cup
# 1 x Spoon

Product Features

* Hinged locking lid with handle
* Automatic keep warm setting
* Electronic control panel with blue LED
* Delayed start for rice cooking menu
* Non-stick coated removable bowl
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#1
£79.99 on Amazon and appears to to be cheapest at £44.99 elsewhere.

Good price if nationwide.
#2
Wow, that's cheap. I paid just under £50 for mine. Worth every penny
#3
4 in 1? Rice cooker AND Porridge maker? Rice and porridge are technically the same thing?
Anyway, hot! Good price, good product.
#4
damn i bought this in asda just over a week ago for £35 :(
still in the box unused at the moment so wonder whether to take it back & buy another one X)
#5
cheerleader
damn i bought this in asda just over a week ago for £35 :(
still in the box unused at the moment so wonder whether to take it back & buy another one X)


Go on you know it makes sense ;)
#6
Purchased this last year when it was £49.99. Have not stopped using it since, a great piece of kit. Hot
4 Likes #7
reakt
4 in 1? Rice cooker AND Porridge maker? Rice and porridge are technically the same thing?
Anyway, hot! Good price, good product.


remind me not to have a curry at your house...
#8
Worth this, it's great!
#9
ok - so maybe not quite the same thing, but if people are just looking for a slow cooker I have just picked up a 6L cookworks one from Argos for £11.99

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4236045/c_1/1%7Ccategory_root%7CKitchen+and+laundry%7C14418476/c_2/2%7C14418476%7CSmall+kitchen+appliances%7C14418587/c_3/3%7Ccat_14418587%7CSlow+cookers+and+ovens%7C14418592.htm


Hope that helps someone :)
1 Like #10
reakt
4 in 1? Rice cooker AND Porridge maker? Rice and porridge are technically the same thing?Anyway, hot! Good price, good product.

Surely its quicker, more convenient to make in microwave?? lol
#11
Oh better get myself down to Asda then!
1 Like #12
I dont understand, how hard is it to boil 2 cups of water and 1 cup of rice?
What does this machine do?
#13
anyone know how many litres it holds? I have a small one enough for two people but looking for a slow cooker big enough for feed 4-6 people
#14
canada16
I dont understand, how hard is it to boil 2 cups of water and 1 cup of rice?
What does this machine do?


It's definitely worth it if you have rice often - can just leave it to cook, stops by itself upon cooking completion, peace of mind, no fear of over/undercooking. Great simple invention.
#15
telerijj
anyone know how many litres it holds? I have a small one enough for two people but looking for a slow cooker big enough for feed 4-6 people


It holds 10 cups of liquid how ever much that iks
4 Likes #16
I already have a slow cooker - the wife.
#17
wassupjg
canada16
I dont understand, how hard is it to boil 2 cups of water and 1 cup of rice?What does this machine do?
It's definitely worth it if you have rice often - can just leave it to cook, stops by itself upon cooking completion, peace of mind, no fear of over/undercooking. Great simple invention.

Uhm I do like rice...... Hows the rice michael ! michael.. your eating magets. LOL

Seems good, are they big like a deep fat fryer?
#18
argh! I'm looking for a new rice cooker to replace the crappy one I already have. I'm sick of the rice sticking to the bottom of the pot and sometimes burning!

I just read this in the user manual for the Tefal 4 in 1 rice cooker, "With some types of rice it is normal for a little rice to stick on the base when cooking 1 cup of rice".

Yep - "Normal" for the rice to stick on the base! Or a flaw in the product design perhaps?!? This is exactly what I don't want my rice cooker to do!

Now THIS is a proper rice cooker!
(a bit expensive though, right?!!)

Edited By: reakt on Jan 14, 2011 14:13
#19
singhster
I already have a slow cooker - the wife.




lol
suspended#20
Or just buy veetee microwave rice, it's lovely. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/veetee-dine-in-rice-half-price-morr/837230

If it wasn't for that stuff I'd be tempted by this as I never tend do get my rice right but I hate having too many kitchen appliences on my worktop. I'm bad enough with a kettle, toaster, microwave, tin opener and blender.
#21
It is the size of a Deep fryer but for the price you definitely can't go wrong. No rice sticking for me, but the least i have tried is 2 cups, which tends to make around 520-540g of rice (basmati/jasmine) once cooked
1 Like #22
ScubaMonkey
ok - so maybe not quite the same thing, but if people are just looking for a slow cooker I have just picked up a 6L cookworks one from Argos for £11.99

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F4236045%2Fc_1%2F1%257Ccategory_root%257CKitchen%2Band%2Blaundry%257C14418476%2Fc_2%2F2%257C14418476%257CSmall%2Bkitchen%2Bappliances%257C14418587%2Fc_3%2F3%257Ccat_14418587%257CSlow%2Bcookers%2Band%2Bovens%257C14418592.htm]
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4236045/c_1/1%7Ccategory_root%7CKitchen+and+laundry%7C14418476/c_2/2%7C14418476%7CSmall+kitchen+appliances%7C14418587/c_3/3%7Ccat_14418587%7CSlow+cookers+and+ovens%7C14418592.htm[/url]


Hope that helps someone :)


Argos also have their rice cooker on sale for £8.99. I have this model, it's excellent:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4224765.htm

So if you have the space, you could have 2 seperate units (meaning you could cook curry and rice at same time) for less than the price of the Tefal.
#23
telerijj
anyone know how many litres it holds? I have a small one enough for two people but looking for a slow cooker big enough for feed 4-6 people

it is 3.2 litres
#24
canada16
I dont understand, how hard is it to boil 2 cups of water and 1 cup of rice?
What does this machine do?

It cooks the rice quickly (20mins) and to perfection (sensor measures when water is all gone, then turns off heat), then keeps it warm until dinner is ready. Rice always comes out perfectly, so much more convenient; no constant checking, no worrying about timings/the rice going cold, also saves one ring on the hob and washing up.

These gadgets were originally designed for asian or chinese families, who have rice with every meal. If you only have rice once a week, maybe a dedicated rice cooker isn't worth it; but with the slow cooker and porridge maker built in overall this is a useful kitchen tool.


Edited By: aphasiac on Jan 14, 2011 16:04: update in explaination
#25
I've had this model rice cooker for almost 2 years now and use it weekly - its an absolute bargain at this price. Great for Sushi rice as well as normal pilau, long grain No mess to clean up. Very good also for slow cooking stews. Mine came with a recipe book with some good ideas in. Just be careful when cooking steel cut porridge, i made a right mess of my slow cooker! HOT!
#26
What store did you buy it from OP??

Any ideas of stock in London stores anyone?
#27
square88
What store did you buy it from OP??

Any ideas of stock in London stores anyone?


I didn't buy one but they had 3 on the shelf in Norwich store
#28
Brilliant deal. I use mine all the time, feel like buying another one at this price in case mine ever breaks.
#29
sonygeezer
square88
What store did you buy it from OP??

Any ideas of stock in London stores anyone?


I didn't buy one but they had 3 on the shelf in Norwich store


After all the good reviews I went back to Asda and bought one today.
#30
sonygeezer
sonygeezer
square88
What store did you buy it from OP??

Any ideas of stock in London stores anyone?


I didn't buy one but they had 3 on the shelf in Norwich store


After all the good reviews I went back to Asda and bought one today.


OP can u post the Skew number on your receipt plz
#31
square88
sonygeezer
sonygeezer
square88
What store did you buy it from OP??

Any ideas of stock in London stores anyone?


I didn't buy one but they had 3 on the shelf in Norwich store


After all the good reviews I went back to Asda and bought one today.


OP can u post the Skew number on your receipt plz[/quote
square88
sonygeezer
sonygeezer
[quote=square88] What store did you buy it from OP??

Any ideas of stock in London stores anyone?


I didn't buy one but they had 3 on the shelf in Norwich store


After all the good reviews I went back to Asda and bought one today.


OP can u post the Skew number on your receipt plz


304538633239



Edited By: sonygeezer on Jan 15, 2011 09:30: link not working
#32
Thanks OP, been looking for a rice cooker for a while and this seems to fit the bill nicely with its multi-functional uses. Picked one up last night.
#33
Looks like a good deal to me...voted hot

Edited By: poisondwarf on Jan 15, 2011 13:15
#34
2 on the shelf in Newton Abbot Asda for any Devon peeps.
#35
Bah, none in any of the Cardiff stores. :(
#36
Made some rice today with it and it was the best rice I have ever made at home, I am going to cook a joint of Brisket in it tomorrow.
#37
reakt
argh! I'm looking for a new rice cooker to replace the crappy one I already have. I'm sick of the rice sticking to the bottom of the pot and sometimes burning!

I just read this in the user manual for the Tefal 4 in 1 rice cooker, "With some types of rice it is normal for a little rice to stick on the base when cooking 1 cup of rice".

Yep - "Normal" for the rice to stick on the base! Or a flaw in the product design perhaps?!? This is exactly what I don't want my rice cooker to do!

Now THIS is a proper rice cooker!
(a bit expensive though, right?!!)

I got one of these Zojirushi cookers last year after having very bad experiences with a Tefal rice cooker. The non-stick coating peeled off after 2 weeks use on the Tefal and then the electronics buggered up! The Zoji has been amazing and worth every penny because I eat rice almost every day and can set the timer to have rice cooked for my lunch break and use it for porridge in the morning. No sticking of rice to the bottom of the Zojirushi even with half a cup of rice :)
#38
Have had mine for 3 years now perfect all the way...can find stock would love to buy another at this price.
#39
ASDA Westbridgford, Nottingham had loads on Saturday night, picked one up for me sen.
#40
Thanks very much for this sonygeezer, I have been after one of these for ages, but really couldnt justify the price. I tried several places and eventually got one in Roehampton.... I believe its the last one ~ having been stopped twice to ask where I got it from. Fab price !!!

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