Tefal 8 in 1 Multi Cooker – Review

As I’m sure is the case for most home cooks, space it at a premium in my kitchen and I find it very hard to justify new equipment, especially gadgets that take up room on my counter tops. However, I had been on the hunt for a slow-cooker and after a bit of research, I came across the Tefal 8 in 1 Multi Cooker, which immediately appealed because it offered to do more than just slow-cook. Tefal were happy to send me the cooker on loan and after a short trial-period, I was happy to buy this product for myself.

In the US, the equivalent machine is the Emeril by T-Fal 8 in 1 Multi Cooker. However, you may also want to check out the Instant Pot, which too has become a best-seller, with the added advantage of adding safe pressure cooking, as well as slow cooking.

For now, here’s more about my Tefal 8 in 1.

The Tefal 8 in 1 multi cooker functions

  • White rice
  • Quick rice
  • Brown rice
  • Grains
  • Oatmeal porridge
  • Slow Cooking
  • Steaming
  • Dessert

Based on these functions, you can cook rices, pulses and grains, porridge, steamed foods such as vegetables, chicken or fish, as well as soupsslow-cooked stews and casseroles and even desserts and cakes. It offers table-top cooking, meaning that it gets plugged into the mains via an electric cable and is self-contained. Inside, there is a non-stick removable bowl (that your food will get cooked in) and a removal steamer tray. The bowl can go into the dishwasher.

It has an electronic settings panel with a red light to indicate which function is in use. There is a ‘delayed start’ function and a ‘keep warm’ function, too.

The cooker uses 700W and comes with a one year Tefal guarantee. It has the capacity to cook 2.2 litres of food or 10 cups.

Initially, I thought it wouldn’t be big enough to cook a family meal, compared to other slow cooker capacities, but in fact, the bowl holds more than enough to feed a family of four, in some cases, with food leftover.

The three ‘rice’ functions (white, quick, brown) and the fourth ‘grain’ function are useful because (if you follow the instructions correctly adding the right amount of water) the cooker will automatically detect how long to cook the grains for without them becoming over-cooked or mushy.

You can also use the white rice function to cook a risotto, opening the lid after twenty or so minutes of cooking the rice to add your chicken, seafood, peas, veg etc to continue cooking. You can make a paella in the same way and you can also make rice pudding with little effort. My kids got over-excited about this fact and now demand rice pudding and jam most nights. As to grains, you can cook anything from bulgar wheat to quinoa, which you can then leave to cool to add to salads.

The porridge function takes around 20 minutes, so it takes longer than cooking oats on the stove top or in the microwave, but the ‘keep warm’ function means that you can put on a bigger batch of porridge which can be kept warm and eaten at different times. So, for example, I usually cook porridge first thing in the morning for the children. I then leave it to keep warm, come back home from the school run, have a bowl myself and it is also still warm for my husband to eat before he sets off for work. I then look like super-wife for having warm porridge at the ready!

The slow-cooking function does just that, it slow-cooks stews, casseroles, Bolognese/ragu sauces, chile con carne etc within minimum input and effort required. You can get quite a big batch, so it is great for cooking larger amounts with a few portions left over to freeze. You can set the timer, or leave it to work it out. It will automatically switch to ‘keep warm’ once the cycle has finished.

The most interesting function is the steam function because using the steamer basket, you add a cup of water to the main bowl, and steam your fish, chicken or veg in just a few minutes, closing the lid. However, you can also use the steam programme to cook soup in the main bowl, which takes around 25 minutes. Or use the steam function to make quicker casseroles,  if you don’t have the time or patience to slow cook. I have also used the steam function to make steamed chocolate and cherry puddings.

You can cook sponges and cakes using the desserts setting, too, although this is the function I have used least, simply because I prefer baking. You can get great results on sponge-based puddings, such as treacle sponge or spotted dick.

Space Saving

All in all, for a kitchen gadget that takes up minimal space on your work top, I have found the 8 in 1 Multi Cooker to be extremely versatile and helpful. The very best thing about it, is its ability to detect when food is cooked. So, if like me, you have a tendency to put a pan on the stove and then forget about it, only to come back to a burnt pan, this will be a welcome addition!

If you have no stove cooker, limited space or perhaps are moving or are having your kitchen renovated, you would be able to plug this in and still have an easy-to-prepare hot meal ready whenever you need it.

The Tefal 8 in 1 Multi Cooker is available through many retailers (RRP £69.99) although Amazon have it for around £35.00. The price is reasonable, in my view, given the number of different functions and the results I have had using it to cook family food. It also comes with a recipe booklet to get you started.  You would spend a lot more buying a slow-cooker, steamer and rice cooker as three separate items, and they would obviously take up a lot more space.

There is a valve to clean, which was a bit fiddly at first, but I got the hang of how to release it after a couple of goes. It is very quiet and doesn’t make anything like the kind of noise a pressure cooker makes. Some steam comes out through the top, so keep it away from little hands.

With many thanks to Tefal for sending me this product for review. I was offered no incentive to write a positive review and I later purchased the cooker of my own accord. 

Disclosure: Amazon Affiliate links included in this post. 

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  1. I just wonder if 8in1 switches off when it is steaming things or you need to do it manually? I just afraid of burning the machine down if I do not add enough water.

  2. pat gordon says:

    rice pudding for me …mmmmm

  3. Nickie Chapman says:

    Rice as I’m forever screwing it up stovetop!

  4. sarah clegg says:

    it has to be a casserole we love them 🙂

  5. Petra Hora says:

    Amazing prize, would love to win.

  6. Sue lempkowski says:

    chicken won tons and dumplings


    would love to win this, only thing my kitchen is short of 😀

  8. I would use it to cook a vegetable curry.

  9. Becky Downey says:

    casserole or pasta!

  10. Irene Hunter says:

    My first attempt would be something like a vegetable curry!

  11. Adrian Clarke says:

    Stew & Dumplings! MMmmmmmmmmm!

  12. kate sabin says:

    I would make a lovely hearty stew, proper comfort food x

  13. Tracy Gladman says:

    I would cook a lovely steamed sponge pudding!

  14. I’d love to make a tasty slow cooked lamb dish

  15. Leslie Evans says:

    Nice, Very Nice.

  16. Joy Dehany says:

    Hello! Probably Rice as I cannot cook it properly ever at all.

  17. Janet Kam says:

    The rice function sounds fab, we eat lots of rice and this would be super

  18. Eleanor Powell says:

    A nice spotted dick pudding would go down a treat!

  19. Hayley Todd says:

    This sounds brilliant and just what I need! The first thing I would make would be a 5-Bean Vegetarian Chilli-Con-Carne 🙂

  20. Pat Stubbs says:

    For my favourite pork and leek casserole – greek style as slow cooking is their forte

  21. alma maroziene says:

    i would like to try

  22. Ann Calland says:

    Sounds a really useful multi cooker!

  23. Brendan Walsh says:

    Great review if I dont win one I’m going to have to buy one

  24. Dragonfly63 says:

    I would use it to make jam with someof the lovely fresh berries coming out of the garden now.

  25. debbie davies says:

    i would use it to cook a slow cooked lamb casserole yum lovely!!

  26. tracy horrex says:

    would have to be a spicy chilli.

  27. Red Adame Bean Dumplings

  28. Mark Whittaker says:

    A fantastic slow cooked morrocan lamb

  29. Amy Gallagher says:

    Due to being a busy wife and mother to 2 children, whilst also studying a degree in Midwifery at University, this would make a fantastic addition to help making cooking easier and also fun for the children to join in. Fantastic little gadget, seems too good to be true!

  30. jonathan reed says:

    a toffee sponge pudding

  31. Baking? I’ve always been curious about how it would turn out in one of these. I’d have to give it a try if I won one!

  32. Natalie White says:

    I would cook sausage stew! Mmmmm! 🙂

  33. Keeley Atkinson says:

    Would love this, my rice always ends up resembling mashed potato??? LOL

  34. Michelle Rayner says:

    I’d think I’d have to make a chinese steamed vegetable dish and enjoy experiementing with the different functions

  35. Jennifer Heaton says:

    Wow, what a great gizmo

  36. Elizabeth says:

    I know it is simple- but i would start with rice as i am hopeless at cooking rice! Mustn’t try to walk before i can run!

  37. I could become aa multi chef with this!!

  38. Sheri Darby says:

    I’d cook Chilli Con Carne first

  39. Porridge! My kids love it, even in the hot weather!

  40. Janine Atkin says:

    id make a lovely casserole

  41. Emily Hutchinson says:

    I’d slow cook a stew

  42. tony houghton says:

    would have to see how the rice tastes after being in it

  43. Anne-Marie Brookes says:

    I would love to make a casserole in this.

  44. This would be a great asset in my tiny little kitchen. I think the first thing I would cook in it would be a chocolate and some seasonal fruit pudding. Comfort food reigns this week! Good luck everyone! x Kay

  45. Brendan Mc says:

    1st thing I’d cook some slow cooked casserole

  46. Sarah Pilbeam says:

    I would cook casserole as my hubby works long hours and I could keep it in there for him when he gets home x

  47. Brendan Mc says:

    Looks very handy and useful

  48. Rona Gough says:

    The Tefal 8 in 1 Multi Cooker would be perfect for healthy easy meals in the caravan.

  49. Si Jackson says:

    i would make my very own strawberry rice pudding

  50. Kerry Kilmister says:

    i would love this to make a gorgeous stew

  51. Clare MacDonald says:

    sausage casserole

  52. Theresa Hailey says:

    Would love to try this, I seem to be unable to get the hang of light fluffy rice, mine always ends up burnt to the bottom of the pan :$

  53. alex fowler says:

    a nice beef stew

  54. Alexandra McGahey says:

    I’d cook Beef Casserole first!

  55. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Butter chicken

  56. I would cook my Pork in Orange and Rosemary sauce casserole which is best done in a slow cooker.

  57. margaret scott says:

    I would make “all-in-one” meals like chicken casserole first. I think it would be very useful and fuel-efficient if you cook for one.

  58. melanie crumpton says:

    A fantastic stew!

  59. Michelle Murray says:

    I’d love to make a delciious casserole

  60. dorothy cavender says:

    Roast Chicken

  61. Shelley Jessup says:

    I’d like to try & cook a seafood pallea if possible

  62. i would you this to cook rice for all those chillies and wraps also slow cooking is a favorite as a busy person to have a meal ready when you get home it would be a great addition to my kitchen

  63. SUSAN L HALL says:

    I would make a Rice pudding and serve it with honey and almonds on top yummm

  64. I’d like to cook a proper beefy casserole with dumplings. It would be great to cook without having to have the oven on for hours. Then perhaps I’d attempt a rice pudding.

  65. Vicky Robinson says:

    I would cook some fluffy white Basmati rice.

  66. Ellen Stafford says:

    Chicken Curry

  67. Samantha Atherton says:

    I cook honey & mustard chicken with sweet potato

  68. sue willshee says:

    I’d try making a gluten free sponge pudding to see whether keeping it all enclosed in a cooker like this makes it lighter and spongier than baking in a standard over, because gluten free cakes tend to be drier than normal.

  69. elaine robinson says:

    I would love to win this great prize.

  70. Rebecca Woodroof says:

    beef caserole

  71. sian hallewell says:

    Hoping it would make a great spotted dick, great pudding, but I hate having to steam them- this would be so much easier

  72. Linda Hartland says:

    I would make a nice lamb curry

  73. Christina Michael says:

    A nice hearty soup

  74. Anthea Holloway says:

    I would use it to cook rice as I am not very good at getting rice just right!

  75. Kate Edwards says:

    i’d make my own curry recipe in it – delicious


    beef stew mmmmmmmm

  77. chris bull says:

    The first thing I’d try to cook is a risotto, would love to be able to just let it get on and cook itself 🙂

  78. Emily Fowler says:

    I’d cook rice first – for some reason I always manage to ruin it when I cook it normally!

  79. Mandy Wan says:

    I would make a chicken curry in it

  80. adele knight says:

    I would make homemade broth, it is a great way to use up leftovers!

  81. I’m veggie, so either a vegetable stew, a soup. or use the rice function for a risotto

  82. I’d start off with a chicken casserole.

  83. Some tasty egg fried rice.

  84. emma j lowe says:

    i would make a lovely rice pudding a family favourite

  85. Think I’d be brave and try a risotto. Never made one before but they keep making them on Masterchef and stuff so it can’t be that hard.
    Can it?!?

  86. greig spencer says:

    beef stew mmmm

  87. Kerry Brown says:

    defo a meaty stew 🙂

  88. Lemknip Pink says:

    Chicken breasts & a selection of vegetables .. healthy, low fat and moe importantly, delicious!

  89. Paul Duquemin says:

    I can just imagine what perfectly cooked rice tastes like, as it seems to be the only element of cooking which fails in my house!

  90. Hugh Mackenzie says:

    Rice to go with a curry.

  91. Laura Finch says:

    one pot chicken xx

  92. adam smith says:

    This would make it much easier at home 🙂

  93. Jane Morrice says:

    Looks great. I would definitely use it to cook rice properly. I can never manage to do it right, it always turns out a bit stodgy.

  94. Charlotte Hoskins says:

    An all in one stew – great for putting on in the morning and then being ready after a long day at work 🙂

  95. Jared Whittingham says:

    Porridge would have to be first on my list (for Breakfast) followed by a nice beef stew for my tea. 🙂

  96. KAREN WALDER says:


  97. Steph Armstrong says:

    For steamed sponges as they take so long to cook and steam my whole kitchen up.

  98. Joanne Roper says:

    This is a fantastic prize, hopefully it will mean I can actually make cook rice properly!

  99. Toyah Rusby says:

    Id probably try out the rice cooker and see if i can start givng my family some non-stodgy rice for dinner ne evening. Im a terrible cook! lol

  100. Hannah Whitling says:

    Think i’d start with a castile of some sort. Been a while since I last had a home made one, I don’t have a slow cooker so this would be ideal, eapecially with it being multi function, I’ve only a small kitchen with limited worktop space so have to be careful with what I have on it. I can see myself experimenting much more with food with this.

  101. Sheila O'Donoghue says:

    I would try a sponge first just to see how well it can cook a pud…and then I would steam veg.
    This looks a great gadget

  102. kristy brown says:

    A nice Beef & Veg Stew 😉

  103. Alex Brownlee says:

    I would make white rice to go with a curry

  104. Dawn Chapman says:

    it would have to be a slow cooked lamb curry!

  105. Michelle Grundy says:

    Ooh this is a lovely piece of kit! I would have a go at a steamed sponge pudding first, probably syrup (as it’s MY favourite!)

  106. Stephanie Post says:

    Wow I have always wanted one of these. I would cook rice pudding because when I was little my mum used to make me it all the time and it is the best thing I have ever tasted. However I am such a terrible cook this would probably help me to get the closest taste towards my mum’s special rice pudding.

  107. Tina Holmes says:

    A nice chicken stew 🙂

  108. Diane Carey says:

    Corned Beef Hash

  109. Janet bagnall says:

    A nice spicy curry, always better when the flavours have had time to infuse

  110. rachael jones mann says:

    i would use it to create a steemed syrup pudding like my nan used to make !

  111. A meal of many courses,with meats and fruits and sauces.

  112. Becky John says:

    Chicken casserole

  113. I’d like to see how rice pudding would work…. I think it would work well!

  114. EMMA WALTERS says:

    slow cooking for a juicy sunday roast 🙂

  115. i’d love to make chocolate based dessert for my chocoholic husband 😉

  116. June Gaynor says:

    I’ve been wanting a slow-cooker, but this does so much more, sounds great!

  117. kerry Locke says:

    A firm Family Fave – Chicken Stew with dumplings

  118. Patricia Edwards says:

    a steamed pudding to celebrate

  119. Christine Bray says:

    I would cook chips lovely low fat golden chips!!!

  120. I think I’d try chicken cacciatore to put it through its paces.

  121. A Sausage Casserolle

  122. i’d make a big bowl of lamb hotpot

  123. I love cooking Japanese food, so I’d definitely be trying sushi rice first.
    Thanks for the review!

  124. I would use it to make chilli sauce and bolognese!!!

  125. I would cook rice first, to go with my homemade chinese curry

  126. Carolynn Woodland says:

    Beef Casserole

  127. The first thing I would cook if I had one of these is rice! I’ve been thinking of buying a rice cooker because I always seem to overcook rice. I already have a slow cooker so a single gadget that would do both, and more, sounds fantastic.

  128. maxine Goodfellow says:

    Looks great would love to win one xx

  129. Keith Hunt says:

    old fashioned puddings

  130. carol wilson says:

    would love to try a few of the desserts with this. and when winter comes it would be perfect for slow cooking stews and casseroles

  131. tamalyn roberts says:

    i would make an amazing chicken curry, it would be so succulent, yummy

  132. Matthew Collins says:

    a brisket of beef

  133. Paula Walters says:

    Add all the ingredients for a stew then come home from work to a hot meal waiting

  134. Deborah J says:

    I would make a healthy/wholesome stew

  135. definitely a slow cooked chilli

  136. Anthony G says:

    I’d use it for Rice

  137. Id cook a lovely veg casserole with all the fresh veg thats coming out now

  138. teressa oliver says:

    i would make chili

  139. Susan Ellams says:

    would cook rice

  140. Sounds fab, I’d really like one of these, especially for winter warming stews

  141. Interested in getting one of these, they sound very useful

  142. Laura Wilkins says:

    This sounds super useful! And I love the idea of a beautiful slow cooked chilli, I think I’d make that first.. x

  143. Rachel Marr says:

    I would cook a very rich beef in red wine with 3 heads of garlic and loads of button mushrooms, served with hot crusty bread and wholegrain mustard mash, and of course a large glass of red! Yummy

  144. Lorna Peppiatt says:

    Beef stew and dumplings. One of our favourite dishes x

  145. Anna Ling says:

    rice – I can never cook that properly!

  146. sarah fleck says:

    Sounds great, the first thing i would use it for would be to cook a curry.

  147. nikki oneill says:

    Wow this would make meal times a doddle!!


    Would have to be a lovely beef casserole – bet the beef would be so tender! xoxo

  149. Chrissie Curtis says:

    I think i would make a nice stew.

  150. Cheryll H says:

    I would cook rice first – I’m truly awful at cooking rice 🙁

  151. William Gould says:

    I would make a slow cooked stew to my wifes recipe – lovely!

  152. christine y says:

    WOW I have the 3in1 tefal cooker…and has been totally overused and getting tired. I love making slowcooked meals, as with a young baby I can get it together turn it on and forget…my favourite is a beef casserole with all the vegies and potatoes included

  153. Kulwinder Lombardelli says:

    I would definitely cook rice first. My rice never comes out correctly.

  154. Sheila Reeves says:

    rice, as it’s something I seem to either overcook or it boils over

  155. Rob Clayton says:

    I would steam some fish n fresh veg

  156. Jade Taaffe says:

    a lovely porridge with cherry preserve! My favourite morning dish

  157. some very delicious Chinese 8 treasure poridge

  158. Kym Robson says:

    The Multi-Cooker seems very versatile would love to try it out

  159. Leanne Bucknall says:

    I’d make a slow cooked sausage casserole, delicious.

  160. olivia kirby says:

    I would make a yummy chilli or steam some fish

  161. Farhana Haque says:

    Rice as we have that often, followed by desserts as I am a sweet tooth!

  162. I would have to try out the pudding first. Syrup sponge nom nom nom

  163. Andrew Halliwell says:

    Definitely a casserole. Love a good casserole.

  164. lyndsey b says:

    I would have to try the Chocolate and cherry puddings they sound amazing!!!

  165. Joanne McGawley says:

    An Italian Beef Peposo……..Beef and Pepper in a rich stew. YUM!

  166. Summer Atlanta Rowley says:

    I’d use it to steam some vegetables for my family because we don’t eat enough steamed things which means we don’t get as many vitamins

  167. I hold my hands up! I’m such a rubbish cook lol & with 4 kids I like food that’s quick and simple to cook! But they all love stew I would love to be able to cook earlier in the day and just serve at dinner time, instead of the usual mad rush to get 4 meals cooked 🙂 great comp xx

  168. Lynn Fancy says:

    You know I was actually thinking today that I really feel like stew and dumplings! I cannot believe I have my heating on and want wholesome food, it’s like October! So yes Stew! Thank you for such a great comp!

  169. I would use it to cook Risotto as I love it but always mess it up when i cook it myself in the pan. @Bobbity666

  170. Might try to use it to make soup

  171. Alistair Richardson says:

    I think I would like to make steamed Dim Sum in this. Sounds an awesome bit of kit.

  172. denise cross says:

    spicy chicken casserole

  173. lesley hamilton says:

    A steamed pudding

  174. kaye steeper says:

    another item that may be useful and can go on my wish list

  175. Cherryl Thomas says:

    A Sweet Mama Squash, Sweet Potato and Lentil Casserole – yummy!

  176. Victoria leedham says:

    The pudding function sounds interesting!

  177. Elizabeth Smith says:

    steamed asparagus

  178. I would make some type of tasty pasta with source yum yum yum (can you tell what I am craving at the moment 😉

  179. valerie mccarthy says:

    a delicious stew

  180. Jennie Moore says:

    I would definitely try rice first and hope it doesn’t go sticky as usual!

  181. Hayley Williams says:

    Steamed chocolate pudding as is hubbys fave!

  182. ann nesbitt says:

    my hubby wants this gadget so badddd…well, he’s the cook :))

  183. KatherineC says:

    I would try out some vegetable chilli

  184. Nicola Byrne says:

    Something simple to start, like rice.

  185. Alison Wakefield says:

    Oh it would have to be a nice cake for the family

  186. Ilze Zemberga says:

    Fabulous prize!This would make a perfect gift to my dad

  187. I’d like to try the rice cooking functions, as I find cooking brown rice on the hob such a hit and miss experience. It would be great to have it done perfectly.

  188. Phyllis Ellett says:

    Interested that one of its many features is that it is a slow cooker. So would try the family favourite first, a slow cooked sausage casserole. To see if it matches up to or even better the one that we have been cooking for years.

  189. Ian McGuire says:

    Lovely light fluffy rice with a slight bite

  190. P Callcut says:

    Favour with my Wife

  191. Sally Hatton-Crowther says:

    Chocolate steamed pudding! I usually use the microwave – but the slower they cook the nicer they are.

  192. I feel like this is a bit dull, but I would make a good load of porridge

  193. Katrina Day-Reilly says:

    It would have to be a good ole stew

  194. Lisa King says:

    I would make a cake with this as I am not the best at baking lol

  195. Cheryl Dickson says:

    Just what i need for my tiny cramped kitchen!

  196. Jennifer Schofield says:

    My Sunday roast 🙂

  197. Kate Cunningham says:

    I would use it to cook rice. I used to have a rice cooker when I lived in Japan and adored it but didn’t bring it back with me.

  198. Gabriella Smith says:

    beef casserole – good British summer food !!!!!!!

  199. Angela L White says:

    looks like it cooks great food and would save lots of time

  200. Some kind of braising steak/red wine sauce/mushrooms/onions concoction, I think. Sounds perfect.

  201. andrea lloyd says:

    a fab prize just what i need

  202. Emma L Clarke says:

    I would cook rice. I have such a hard time getting mine to go nice and fluffy 🙁

  203. Charlotte H says:

    A nice stew so it’s ready for me when I get home from work!

  204. David Paterson says:

    Beef and beer stew

  205. riddlexic says:

    A rich oxtail stew cooked for 5 hours

  206. Gerald Ludlow says:

    I would try Porridge

  207. A proper ragu would be fab to cook in the slow cooker. 🙂

  208. Jane Willis says:

    I’d use it to cook basmati rice. I love the smell of basmati rice cooking!

  209. helen rhoads says:

    vegetarian curry

  210. I would make a creamy chicken korma!

  211. steve edwards says:

    Awsome prize I could cook every meal I ever eat in this Tefal 8 in 1 cooker

  212. Carolyn G says:

    I would cook rice!!

  213. Wow!! This sounds amazing. you can cook everything. i would cook Rice first as i can never get it right, then steam caramel pudding 🙂

  214. nichola armstrong says:

    I would love to cook a casserole of stew with dumplings in this, you cant beat a good old stew whatever the season :0)

  215. Brown rice – because it usually takes too long I don’t bother with it often but I like the taste.

  216. Tracy Hanley says:

    I would have to make a stew its a fav in our house

  217. fiona waterworth says:

    I would try simple rice, to find out if it really can cook great rice

  218. Emma Howard says:

    I love paella so would be intrigued to use it to make that

  219. george_spedding@yahoo.co.uk says:

    Beef stew , warm and delicious after a hard day at work

  220. Stews, casseroles, soup, everything else, here I come…..

  221. Linda Johnson says:

    Oops, didnt read the full question! Please delete my last post lol, sorry!

    Now the only thing missing is the naked hunk wearing just a pinny!
    I’d slow cook a rabbit stew out here in the sticks and wait for the aromas to lure one of the gorgeous single farmers in from a couple of fields away!

  222. Linda Johnson says:

    Now the only thing missing is the naked hunk wearing just a pinny!

  223. It would have to be porridge, for all the family, and with the keep warm feature I could have second helpings!!

  224. Nia Roberts says:

    oooh I’d slow cook us a lovely stew!

  225. I think I would 1st make a “slow cooking” meal. I’ve just borrowed my mother in law’s slow cooker as im obsessed with that at the moment. Not exactly sure which recipe I would make though.

  226. Georgina Hopkins says:

    I’d use it to slow cook a spinach, sweet potato and chickpea curry – my little boys favourite 🙂

  227. I would use it to cook rice first.

  228. Lisa Mundy says:

    I would try out the risotto first to see how good it does it

  229. Carolyn Philip says:

    I would do a delicious beef casserole.

  230. kim mayhead says:

    I would cook rice, because i am awful at cooking that right and would be able to steam cook it in here.

  231. Janet Ashenden says:

    My husband used my slow cooker for 90 days on the trot while I was in hospital, but it was already old and he managed to crack the ceramic pot. What I’d give for one of these Rolls royce models!

  232. Suleman Ali says:

    Fantastic bit of kit!

  233. elaine stokes says:

    I would use it to make a treacle sponge, my families favorite

  234. Susan Tuke says:

    I would use it to slow cook a vegetarian casserole, so it would be ready when I got home.

  235. Would have to be steamed puds.

  236. vanessa crowley says:

    i would use it to help myself learn to cook more fun and exciting things

  237. Susan Jackson says:

    certainly looks versatile.


    l’m a Lancashire lass – so would cook a Lancashire hotpot – ps l love Betty Turpin in Coronation Street

  239. siobhan marie says:

    id love to make one of my stodgey stews for my family

  240. Saran Benjamin says:

    I think I would make a nice chicken curry first x

  241. Isabel O'Brien says:

    Sticky white rice! I love it with soy sauce and vegetable stir fry.

  242. Mary Chez says:

    Probably a rich beef casserole

  243. louise lumsden says:

    I ‘d love to win this it looks fantastic

  244. james darrington says:

    cool prize would love one of these:D slow cooked curry ftw.

  245. I would cook a stew with beef, potatoes, mushrooms and garlic, would love a slow cooker cus i actually always have to cook slooooooowly without it! 🙂

  246. Paul John Bishop says:

    Cook porridge in Winter whilst I get ready for easy warming breakfast.

  247. katrina dunn says:

    this would look so lovely in my new kitchen, and would take up much less space than having individual appliances

  248. Rita Hutton says:

    would love to win this

  249. andrea miles says:

    I would use it for a curry

  250. Linda Hobbis says:

    I’d make a lovely chicken casserole to feed hubby when he comes home late (as usual!)

  251. Wow. For a non-cooker like me, this sounds like pure heaven! I NEED one!! I’d probably try sme sort of chicken stew first, with rice, nice and simple 🙂

  252. julie kenny says:

    Great review and fab giveaway! Thank you for the chance to win. I would make some soup first! Its my kids favourite 🙂

  253. laura banks says:

    it would have to be rice to see if i can make it perfect because mine usually looks more like wall paper paste x

  254. EMMA CELLA says:

    I would use the multi cooker to make a big pot of chilli con carne because it’s my favourite Dinner

  255. Lorna Williams says:

    I think it would be a chilli…

  256. What a fantastic prize. I would find it brilliant for curries using less tender cuts of meat – like oxtail or lamb neck – to save money and let the meat break down over the hours of slow cooking! Would be delicious. Also, to be able to get the perfect rice, that’s a bonus. Something I can never manage!

  257. Rainie Bish says:

    Even though we are supposed to be in the middle of our summer I would make a lovely warming stew first

  258. MRF Saunders says:

    I’d likw to try cooking porridge. It would be nice not to worry about burning it!

  259. amy marantino says:

    i would make rice and beans

  260. Steve Dickinson says:

    Great for steamed fish

  261. Sharon McGuinness says:

    I would use this to make a sausage casserole. The slow cooking function is brilliant for making stews and casseroles which can be set up in the morning and a lovely warm meal is ready by tea-time.

    Fingers crossed as I would love this. Good Luck Everyone.

  262. Sandra Lane says:

    I love casseroles and stews so I would make a big batch for my hungry boys.

  263. Elisa Wright says:

    I’d try rice as it’s the one thing I really can’t do right. Always seems to end up too hard or too soggy no matter what I do!

  264. stephen adams says:

    whatever is in the fridge

  265. Fran Light says:

    I’d make porridge for breakfast, that would set me up for the day 🙂

  266. Diane Jackson says:

    This would be great!

  267. Nancy Bradford says:

    Some nice fajitas and rice.

  268. Sally Smith says:

    a cake, definitely!

  269. Diana Cotter says:

    Dessert of course 🙂 Something sticky and fruity that needs a long, slow cook.

  270. Christine OPrey says:

    What a great prize! 🙂 I would use it to cook some Irish Stew x

  271. Aimee Ryan says:

    Brilliant giveaway! I would make chili

  272. Laura Caraher says:

    fab giveaway and review, I would make some sausage casserole as with all the rainy weather in Inverness I really fancy some comfort food:-)

  273. Probably be used the most for rice pudding, I am terrible at burning it!

  274. Nick Lowe says:

    porridge, be interesting to see how it cooks in it

  275. Wila Jones says:

    I’d try a pot roast first – one of my family’s faves so this would really test it out!

  276. Cat H Adams says:

    I would use it to experiment with a yummy pudding as I have a VERY sweet tooth…after that a lovely slow cooked curry ..yum yum!

  277. Lori Tyson says:

    I’d first use the cooker to make a curry. Fab prize !

  278. Kevin Honey says:

    I would use the slow cooker for a delicious belly of pork

  279. Lots and lots of cooked grains such as quinoa! Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

  280. thepricklypinecone says:

    I would use the slow cooker function to cook a lovely fall of the bone pork dinner.

  281. Maya Russell says:

    I’d like to cook a beef casserole.

  282. Harry Prophet says:

    Has to be the puddings.

  283. I would cook my porridge in it first

  284. I would love this. I would cook a really scrummy chilli which is a family favorite @1moaningmummy

  285. rachel ford says:

    a steaMED PUDDING

  286. rachel ford says:

    lovely portable cooker what a great invention

  287. Lisa Waugh says:

    I wouldn’t use it as i am married to a chef and have not cooked for 13 years. but he would use it to cook a sausage casserole yummy!!

  288. Lucy Pasifull says:

    I’d make a chicken jambalaya – yummy!

  289. Hannah Moody says:

    Id make chicken chasseur – I love French food 🙂

  290. Kate O'Neill says:

    I think i’d make dhal, or something else based on lentils first.

  291. I’d make a syrup sponge pudding.

  292. Linda Revell says:

    A steamed raspberry jam sponge mmm!

  293. Claire Smith says:

    Slow cooking a Beef Stifado

  294. Irene Maier says:

    I would love to try Hungarian Goulash in the Tefal 8 in 1 Multi cooker.

  295. Jean Bolsover says:

    I would cook chilli con carne first.

  296. Loma Wood says:

    I would cook chicken in red wine for an Abigails Party style dinner!

  297. Hi,

    It does seem like something worthy of being on you countertop all the time.

    Will look into these a bit more!



  298. Tracy K Nixon says:

    Great review and giveaway! Thank you! I would make some home made broth first! I follow my mum’s recipe and it is lovely – so full of goodess and the kids love it!

  299. I would use the multi cooker to make a big pot of chilli con carne because it’s my favourite comfort food 🙂

  300. suburban prep says:

    My aunt has a pasta sauce that I have been wanting to try that she makes in a crock pot I would make that.

  301. ali thorpe says:

    My brother and sis-in-law have a slow cooker and they are big fans so I would experiment with that function with a rich chicken stew! (Then, I would try the steaming function to try to create a yummy pud).

  302. Fiona Moore says:

    Sounds great. Been looking for a rice cooker for ages and this fits the bill in so many ways as we eat a lot of brown rice. Also use slow cooker a lot. My partner has intolerances to gluten, dairy, pulses, eggs, shellfish, nuts, raw tomatoes and sesame. I have to come up with new or alternative recipes I use the slow cooker a lot.

  303. I would use it to make a casserole – with people coming in at different times the “keep warm” function would be invaluable.

  304. Victoria Ashley says:

    Lovely multi cooker

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