“Multifry is an innovative cooking appliance combining a low-oil fryer and a multicooker to meet all of your kitchen needs. It enables you to rapidly fry tasty fresh potatoes in a healthier way with minimum oil and to prepare a variety of recipes: from risottos to cous cous, from stews to ratatouilles. Multifry even allows you to bake pizzas, cakes and pies.”
Honestly, I have been looking at Multicookers, Airfryers and the likes for a long time now as since we cut out the likes of oil (well things dripping in oil), nothing has really tasted the same, and you almost get a longing for that crunchy chip, instead of one cooked in the oven.
So when my machine arrived today, I was absolutely over the moon, and couldn’t wait to put it into practice.
First up was reading through the booklet, and it seems pretty self explanatory and I loved that it came with a mini recipe book, although I plan on looking much much further into things that can be done.
It is a relatively big machine, but most of the appliances I had looked at were around a similiar sort of size, and we have a decent size kitchen with bench space, so it wasn’t really an issue. However if you have a tiny kitchen, you might want to make sure you have somewhere else you could store the machine when it’s not in use.
Tonights creation is to simply see just how good it cooks these chips, as that really is one of the main focus points for me (at the moment) so it’s a tasty steak, tomatoes, and of course chips for dinner.
Wow…….simply wow !!!
I absolutely LOVE my Multicooker. Since we’ve had it, we’ve done chips, roast potatoes, pom poms and various other things, and while it might not be perfect, it’s pretty damn good and it means we can have yummy food without having to put the oven on. It has been used a few times every week we’ve had it, and has really made a difference.
Our chips didn’t quite go crunchy, and they didn’t have the same flavour as chips cooked in a fryer, but I think I actually preferred them. Roast potatoes were just absolutely scrummy. Cut them up, chuck in some seasoning and 30 minutes later they are ready to eat….yummmmm
We did do some kumera croquettes which unfortunately didn’t really last the distance in the cooker, but maybe next time I wont use the bit that stirs it all around.
Over all would probably give it an 8 out of 10