Some of the other things I have been interested in are air fryer, mil told me about a magic cooker (?), slow press juicer...
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12-04-2014 16:52 #11
12-04-2014 16:53 #12
Slow cooker for my roasts & casseroles
Also love my nespresso machine
12-04-2014 16:53 #13Senior Member
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Thermie without a doubt!
12-04-2014 16:54 #14
I like my pressure cooker, I find it cooks meat and lentils well. I've used it for a pasta recipe that was so quick and easy it was a joke.
Also my Kitchenaid for baking, and a stick blender which is so useful for puréeing soups, sauces and baby food.
12-04-2014 17:00 #15Senior Member
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Slow cooker! Start simple with the store brought powder bases and work up from there
BH has me convinced I need a thermomix... Now to convince DH
12-04-2014 17:01 #16
Stove & oven.
Nothing a slow-cooker does that a good pot can't do on a stove, plus I cook slow-cooked stuff rarely. Gives me gas plus prefer lighter food.
12-04-2014 17:24 #17Senior Member
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12-04-2014 17:31 #18
12-04-2014 17:33 #19
Slow cooker, stick mixer and my George foreman! Plus kettle, toaster and coffee pod machine
12-04-2014 17:34 #20
Thermomix hands down. I have gotten rid of my food processor, blender, rice cooker and kitchen mixer.
The only other two appliances I have (apart from normal ones toaster, kettle, sandwhich press) is my coffee machine which would be my next fav and then my slow cooker.
I don't like making chicken dishes in the slow cooker but I love it for beef and lamb especially shanks. I use it quite often in winter but hubby also does a lot of stews on the camp oven outside when we are allowed to light fires (desperately waiting for that moment) so it certainly gets used a lot less.
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