I have used this almost daily since Christmas 2013. If using raw potatoes with frylight, chips will never quite be like oven chips but they are fat free, take 15-20mins and is a completely safe appliance is not keeping a close eye.
A good old kitchen pal, it’s great for creating batches of soups for the lazy or busier lifestyle. It cooks, it blends – chunky or smooth. And can make smoothies or juices. It’s a great companion Slimming World’s Little Book of Soups. And soup is perfect for upping your water intake and extremely comforting. It can also be easily rinsed using water with the blend mode. I am looking forward to trying some viewer’s soup recommendations and share with you all. I will be attempting a brussel sprout syn free soup very shortly.
3. Stainless Steel 9 Litre Jam Pan
A perfect piece for those who like to cook in advance and freeze portions for busy times ahead. I will cook large dishes like curry, speed soups and in the height of Summer, turn any fruits I find into jams and chutneys and jar to mature in time for Christmas Hampers (if I can’t eat it, close friends and relatives will receive it… at least I get to sample and nip any cravings in the bud!
The weight can be adjusted and includes a timer. The bowl is also stainless steel and very sturdy to use as a regular size mixing bowl.
9. Measuring Spoons
This is the best friend in the kitchen you’ll ever have. The ideal appliance for those working full time or just plain old busy. You can cook on low for a long period of time, or high for shorter periods. Pulled pork, beef stew and curries to name a few… you can even bake with it. Do your prep your food the night before or morning if time permits and turn on before you start your day. The disadvantage is that you will come home to a house smelling of food, so isolate it safely if you can, but I believe it is a small price to pay if you’re looking after your health.
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