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Tefal CY701840 Cook4Me Steamer Pressure Cooking Intelligent Multi Cooker, Interactive Control Panel £169.00 @ Amazon

£169.00 @ Amazon
For the lazy among you. This thing steams my salmon in 3 minutes. Wham bang delicious ! Down from £249 and free delivery on prime! Cook a variety of healthy meals easily and quickly No need t… Read More
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banned7m, 3d agoFound 7 months, 3 days ago
For the lazy among you. This thing steams my salmon in 3 minutes. Wham bang delicious !

Down from £249 and free delivery on prime!

Cook a variety of healthy meals easily and quickly

No need to be a master chef - Cook4Me automatically sets recipe times & cooking temperature

Interactive LCD screen for easy use

This is reduced cos theres a new Bluetooth connected model out which sends recipes by Bluetooth to the cooker!! Check out the review

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FgaunpTBjc8

50 recipes to choose from: over 30 recipes cook in 15 minutes or less and over 20 vegetarian dishes

Automatically keeps your food warm for up to 90 minutes!
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banned7m, 3d agoFound 7 months, 3 days ago
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1 Like #1
Sure the wife will love this for Christmas. Might have to get her something else though as well otherwise for some strange reason I will get some stick!

Does anyone know, does it have a timer so you can set it to make the food so it's ready when you get home from work, although as it cooks so quickly I can understand if this is not the case.
#2
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good price if you need one
banned 1 Like #3
After 6 months of use, I use it twice a week a steam jerk chicken legs and salmon. The jerk chicken legs are from Sainsburys or Tesco pre spiced. They're done in about 10 minutes and so soft the meat falls off the bone, amazingly delicious and spicy. I put tandoori masala on my Salmon and it comes out soft and delicious, far better results than an oven. I'm loving this kitchen toy. It doesn't have a timer on it, but it has a keep warm option. Where this excels is in getting the same result with whatever you're cooking again and again and quickly without having to bother about turning the heat up or down or watching the oven. I'm only using maybe 10% of what it's capable of !!
#4
I wouldn't touch tefal again if you paid me!! Had the actifry for 15 months when it died on me. Shocking customer service too.
#5
smiler594
After 6 months of use, I use it twice a week a steam jerk chicken legs and salmon. The jerk chicken legs are from Sainsburys or Tesco pre spiced. They're done in about 10 minutes and so soft the meat falls off the bone, amazingly delicious and spicy. I put tandoori masala on my Salmon and it comes out soft and delicious, far better results than an oven. I'm loving this kitchen toy. It doesn't have a timer on it, but it has a keep warm option. Where this excels is in getting the same result with whatever you're cooking again and again and quickly without having to bother about turning the heat up or down or watching the oven. I'm only using maybe 10% of what it's capable of !!
Is it really proper ceramic bowl inside? No harmful non stick tefal crap? What about doing chips in it?
banned#6
neilcaldwell
Sure the wife will love this for Christmas. Might have to get her something else though as well otherwise for some strange reason I will get some stick!

Does anyone know, does it have a timer so you can set it to make the food so it's ready when you get home from work, although as it cooks so quickly I can understand if this is not the case.


Neil, take that back, if you manual settings > pressure cooking>ok>delayed start - there is a timer function !!! I just never used it
#7
Jase79
I wouldn't touch tefal again if you paid me!! Had the actifry for 15 months when it died on me. Shocking customer service too.
Best chips ever from actifry. Can't compare with any stupid air fryers and stuff like that.
banned 1 Like #8
Lucy this doesn't fry! Be careful. The bowl is not ceramic but after 6 months at twice a week, it's still as good as new and non stick.
#9
how is this any different from the gazillion cheaper electric pressure cookers?

if you want even a lot cheaper then there are gazillion pressure cookers that work on the hob.

All of them are good. I have two of the electric programmable pressure cookers and several much much cheaper ordinary pressure cookers that you use on the hob. After 30y of using pressure cookers just bought the electric overs a year or two ago to play around. The electric programmable ones are all achieving lower pressures than the cheaper ones that with on the hob and hence all the electric ones take longer to cook and have lower cooking volume due to the Electronic components etc. Faster and less hassle using the original ones that with on the hob.

if you want to play around with a gadget and cook then sure buy an electric one. if you want to cook just as good and faster and cheaper then stick to the basic pressure cookers that work on the hob.

haven't voted either way even though there are programmable electric pressure cookers (good brand name ones) for much cheaper than this one on Amazon and elsewhere.
#10
and the other offers have stainless steel insert cooking pots instead of Teflon coated cooking surface
#11
Used a cheap electric one and got good results... now back on the hob type and it's far far superior
Fissler cookware today and everyday...;)
#12
Consider the instapot instead. Many people including me are very happy with it. I believe Amazon are seller at 99 at the moment as instapot have a Bluetooth model coming out as well.
banned#13
bubblesmoney
how is this any different from the gazillion cheaper electric pressure cookers?

if you want even a lot cheaper then there are gazillion pressure cookers that work on the hob.

All of them are good. I have two of the electric programmable pressure cookers and several much much cheaper ordinary pressure cookers that you use on the hob. After 30y of using pressure cookers just bought the electric overs a year or two ago to play around. The electric programmable ones are all achieving lower pressures than the cheaper ones that with on the hob and hence all the electric ones take longer to cook and have lower cooking volume due to the Electronic components etc. Faster and less hassle using the original ones that with on the hob.

if you want to play around with a gadget and cook then sure buy an electric one. if you want to cook just as good and faster and cheaper then stick to the basic pressure cookers that work on the hob.

haven't voted either way even though there are programmable electric pressure cookers (good brand name ones) for much cheaper than this one on Amazon and elsewhere.


Bubbles can't argue with your logic. You're sound as a pound. I'd never used pressure cookers before. I was a cooking novice. Hence this cooker makes perfect sense to me. I come home from a football match with the boys and we have beers and I do jerk chicken steamed in 10 minutes with this, we love it!
banned#14
lchatwin
Consider the instapot instead. Many people including me are very happy with it. I believe Amazon are seller at 99 at the moment as instapot have a Bluetooth model coming out as well.


Ichatwin, you win! I've never used instapot, but if I didn't have this one I'd be very tempted to try out their Bluetooth cooker as well. I'm loving this one though! Why is every cooker company going Bluetooth now?

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