The Philips Multicooker scheduled for back to school

The Philips Multicooker scheduled for back to school



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Before going on vacation (because normally I am not there, despite appearances), I will announce this week a series of new products which will only be available at the start of the school year. It will make imitation scoops and maybe you will forgive the sporadic publications of the last weeks. This is what awaits us at the start of the school year. Let's start with the recurring subject with the start of the new school year, the overwhelmed mom, the over-excited children and the end of the marathon day. Following the success of Cookeo in May 2012 (but long before that, Simeo's Delicook), a new multicooker entered the market. This is the Philips Multicooker, the poor man having not received a name, a bit like the royal baby of the day. Like the news item: 748153 Delicook or the news item: 755681 Cookeo, the Philips multi-cooker promises to cook whatever you want with little or no intervention.
As for the look, as you can see, Philips did not choose the futuristic robot option. Instead, they went to a recycling machine and the result looks a lot like the Orva multicooker. All this therefore remains fairly wise and agreed.
For functions, this Philips multicooker has 12 programs. You can cook rice, pasta, meats, fish, sauces and yogurts. In short, we can (almost) do everything thanks to 3D heating technology. It comes from all sides: the lid, the walls and the bottom (exactly like the Simeo Delicook). For different types of cooking, this multicooker allows you to fry, simmer, boil and replace your oven. Finally it is also capable of keeping warm and reheating. The departure can be scheduled, up to 24 hours delayed. It is available with a number of accessories such as silicone gloves, a steam basket, a spatula and a measuring device. To familiarize yourself with the product, a recipe book is provided, specially developed by Pascale Weeks. While waiting to test it at the start of the school year, I leave you with its main advantage, its price since the multicooker is announced at a price of € 120 which places it among the lowest on the market. Multicooker Philips, 120 €, available from October 2013 Find my Indian recipe from Rogan Josh prepared with the multicooker from Philips