Here are the benefits of a Redmond Multicooker, from ease of use to it’s huge range of cooking modes. You could replace half a dozen kitchen gadgets with this machine.
What is a Redmond Multicooker?
A multicooker is a bit like a fast slow cooker. You don’t have to wait hours to get that slow cooked flavour and texture with stews. It’s about the size of a small breadmaker, but it can also boil, fry, bake and steam. It’s also easy to use and very versatile. It comes with a handy cookbook so you can get quickly learn just how much it does.
What makes it so different is that it has a 3D heating system, which means that it simultaneously cooks on the bottom, sides and top. That’s what gives it it’s speed! Redmond says it also saves minerals and vitamins in the food, which can only be a good thing.
The Redmond Multicooker is really one of those multi function gadgets that can replace lots of other kitchen equipment. It’s great for student housing and where there isn’t a lot of space.
My thoughts on the Multicooker
I’ve had my machine for over two years now. Often Redmond commission recipes from me using it, but I use it much more often than just for those. I like that it’s compact, works well and can do so much. When my kitchen was being renovated and my cooker was out of action, I used it a lot. I like that it can replace a hob (frying, boiling, steaming) and an oven (multicooking, cakes, breads). I really could have used this when I lived on a boat (to replace other gadgets as we didn’t have a lot of space)!
What can a Redmond Multicooker do?
You can make a lot in a multicooker, including:
- Quickly ‘slow cook’ stew
- Boil pasta
- Make rice
- Stir fry
- Bake cake
- Make yogurt
- Prove dough
- Bake bread
- Deep fry
- Make fondue
- Sterilise equipment
- Warm baby food
- Steam vegetables
Multi Cooker REDMOND RMC-M4502E
- 860-1000 W power
- 5 litre bowl capacity
- Non-stick, ceramic bowl coating
- 34 programmes (16 automatic, 18 manual)
- 3D heating saves minerals and vitamins in the food according to Redmond
- Multicook temperature ranges from 40°C to 160°C
- Easy to clean
- LCD monochrome display
- Includes: Cookbook with 120 recipes, deep frying basket and handle, steaming basket
- Compact and portable design
- Keep warm and time delay functions
- Up to 24 hour preset function
- Sturdy and robust machine
- 2 year warranty
This compact, stylish, and easy-to-use appliance features a wide range of automatic programs. However, the key feature is a unique program called MULTICOOK which allows you to adjust the time and temperature as you need. This smart appliance can cook any dish to perfection and will allow you to easily cook a variety of healthy and delicious meals! – Redmond
I’ve used my machine for a few years now. Here are a few of my recipes using the Redmond Multicooker
Clockwise from top left:
Vegan Corn Chowder
Superfood Cake Bars
Spinach and Artichoke Hot Dip in a Sourdough Bread Bowl
Cauliflower Leaf and Sweet Potato Curry
Tuscan Ribollita (Bean Stew)
Carrot Cake Oatmeal
Farro, Chickpea, Mushroom and Kale Stew
Easy Baked Beans with Turmeric
Disclosure: Redmond commissioned this post. All opinions are my own and no editorial control was given. Thanks for supporting the brands that make it possible for me to mess up my kitchen, bake vegetable cakes and write Veggie Desserts – and Healthy Meals and Lifestyle.
I use a REDMOND MRC-M4502E, which is currently available for approximately £70.