Morphy Richards 562000 Supreme Precision 10 in 1 Multicooker £49.99 (Morphy Richards eBay outlet, £115 on Amazon)
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Morphy Richards 562000 Supreme Precision 10 in 1 Multicooker £49.99 (Morphy Richards eBay outlet, £115 on Amazon)

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Found 10th Jan
Nothing beats a delicious home cooked meal but the stress and worry of making it a success can take the enjoyment out of the process. Thanks to the Supreme Precision 10 in 1 Multicooker your worries will be chopped, mixed and stirred away, producing tasty meals to be enjoyed time and time again.

There are meals that are quick to make and meals that need gentle slower cooking; what they both have in common are fabulous flavour and they are easy to make.

Using the manual settings treat yourself to creamy risottos, spicy pasta, tasty nibbles, hearty main courses, scrummy sides, delightful desserts and more with the reassurance of being in complete control.

For perfect results every time you can rely on the automatic settings to produce mouth-watering family favourites at the press of a button. Simply add your ingredients follow the prompts from the Multicooker and you really can’t go wrong.

10 Cooking Functions

The Supreme Precision multicooker has an easy-to-use cool-touch display. It can mix, blend and heat, allowing you to create a variety of delicious dishes through 10 food prep-techniques. Your multicooker can manually through the setting of time, blade speed and temperature; sauté, boil, steam, melt, or fast stew. The multicooker can also be used for your food preparation tasks, to mix, blend, chop, emulsify and stir ingredients before and during cooking. Once you are familiar with your multicooker why not add your own twist onto the recipes on those more experimental days.

Delicious dishes at the touch of a button.

Nothing beats a delicious home cooked meal, but the stress and worry of making it a success can take the enjoyment out of the process. Thanks to the Supreme Precision 10 in 1 Multicooker your worries will be chopped, mixed and stirred away producing tasty meals to be enjoyed time and time again. Food cooks automatically with minimum fuss, so you can get on with other jobs, or just sit back and relax – no more continuous stirring or constantly checking your cooking’s progress!

Cook with confidence for perfect results every time

Simply select your recipe from over 70 provided in the recipe book, add your ingredients as instructed and let the multicooker do the hard work for you. During the cooking process the multicooker will heat up and stir or chop automatically meaning you can get on with something else safe in the knowledge you will have a delicious home cooked meal ready when you are.

Consistent, precise and perfect results every time.

The Supreme Precision 10 in 1 Multicooker comes with 2 automatic cooking programmes. Programme A cooks delicious rice dishes in only 27 minutes and programme B cooks tasty pasta dishes in 33 minutes. On the automatic settings, the 10-in-1 multicooker is programmed to heat and stir continually, and will beep at you during the cooking process to let you know when to add more ingredients. Simply remove the lid, add the ingredients, and replace the lid – the multicooker continues to cook for the rest of the program time automatically, creating delicious dishes with perfect results every time.
Accessories

Supplied accessories include a mixing paddle, chopping and serrator blades, for stirring, blending and chopping. Plus an extensive recipe book with over 70 recipes to help you get the most from your multicooker. The accessories store away easily inside the jug for a compact storage solution.Use the mixing paddle for slowly stirring dishes such as risottos, pastas and stews on speeds 1 to 3, and for emulsifying and mixing sauces on speeds 4 to 5.Use the chopping blade and serrator blades at speeds 4 to 10 for mixing, blending, chopping, and crushing a wide range of ingredients.

Easy to clean

When you’re done, the multicooker is also quick and easy to clean. Simply press the jug release button, remove the outer lock ring from the base of the jug, and the drive shaft from inside the jug, and clean with a sponge and hot soapy water.
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23 Comments
I'm getting £49.99?
And me, I posted it in another thread earlier. Was about to buy if it had dropped a tenner!
Even at £49.99 this is a smashing deal! Thanks for posting!
Ta
Is this the same as the one in Argos selling for £279.99?!
Sounds great! I bought a multicooker before Christmas. Not as good as this though
natnatpowpow22 m ago

Sounds great! I bought a multicooker before Christmas. Not as good as this …Sounds great! I bought a multicooker before Christmas. Not as good as this though


Which model was that?
Nice find OP. Price is £49.99 though.

A good open box review of this item can be found here (click)
Is this like a Vorwerk Multimix without the crazy price?
Or like a thermomix but a lot cheaper?
Pity it's only 1.2 litres
djdope1 h, 33 m ago

Or like a thermomix but a lot cheaper?


Sorry, yes, I meant Thermomix. The jug does seem a bit small for cooking for more than two.
Cheaper on MorphyRichards website after cashback use VC15 for £51 and then TCB of 10.5%
jamhops27 m ago

Cheaper on MorphyRichards website after cashback use VC15 for £51 and then …Cheaper on MorphyRichards website after cashback use VC15 for £51 and then TCB of 10.5%


Good luck on the TCB. My last two purchases from Morphy Richards haven't tracked.
jamhops42 m ago

Cheaper on MorphyRichards website after cashback use VC15 for £51 and then …Cheaper on MorphyRichards website after cashback use VC15 for £51 and then TCB of 10.5%


Thanks for the VC15 code. That will be helpful for buying their coffee pods. I had been using an 8% code until now.
sashforth11th Jan

Good luck on the TCB. My last two purchases from Morphy Richards haven't …Good luck on the TCB. My last two purchases from Morphy Richards haven't tracked.


I took a punt but via quidco in the hope it works a bit better, will let you know.

It looks uglier than the kcook and the kcook is 25% bigger.... but this seems to be alot cheaper atm so giving it ago as I almost did with the kcook but missed out.
jamhops8 m ago

I took a punt but via quidco in the hope it works a bit better, will let …I took a punt but via quidco in the hope it works a bit better, will let you know.It looks uglier than the kcook and the kcook is 25% bigger.... but this seems to be alot cheaper atm so giving it ago as I almost did with the kcook but missed out.


I have to be honest, I am tempted. It won't produce a meal for 4 but seems to get reasonable reviews especially when you consider that the reviews were done when it was priced nearer to £300.
sashforth11th Jan

I have to be honest, I am tempted. It won't produce a meal for 4 but seems …I have to be honest, I am tempted. It won't produce a meal for 4 but seems to get reasonable reviews especially when you consider that the reviews were done when it was priced nearer to £300.


There is only 2.25 of us but I plan on using it for sauces, soups, gravies and baby food... will try the others but they would be a bonus. Dont know if you could make it a thick bolognase etc in this and then bulk it out with chopped tomatoes etc at the end...
Edited by: "jamhops" 11th Jan
I have a Thermomix but just ordered this.
Here is the manual for the Morphy Richards one.
morphyrichards.co.uk/Pdf…pdf
89quidyoucantgowrong7 h, 49 m ago

Is this like a Vorwerk Multimix without the crazy price?



We have a thermomix, yes it is expensive, but it is a great device
Don't forget that according to the manual (Care and Cleaning p.27), none of the parts are stated to be dishwasher safe. Strange oversight on the manufacturer's part?
I really want a thermomix but I’m worried it’ll be an expensive white elephant. I’ve bought this and I’ll see if I use it, if I do and start wishing it did more, then I’ll look at the thermomix again.
Thanks for posting. ^_^
jamhops11th Jan

Cheaper on MorphyRichards website after cashback use VC15 for £51 and then …Cheaper on MorphyRichards website after cashback use VC15 for £51 and then TCB of 10.5%



VC15 has now expirwed.


Does anyone else have Morphy Richard codes?
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