How The KitchenAid Multi-Cooker Works for Multi-Tasking Moms
How many appliances do you own?
I mean, really? How many pots, pans and plugin pots does a gal gotta have to make a meal? Wouldn’t it be nice to have one appliance that steams, sautés, slow cook and even more?
While I may sound a little like the Genie from Aladdin…I feel like my dream has come true with the KitchenAid® Multi-Cooker! Yogurt, risotto, soup, steak and even a strawberry cheesecake, can all be made with this baby and in one pot! With over ten cooking methods and four step-by-step modes, simplify cooking anytime of the day with consistent Even- Heat™ technology.
I’ll admit I wasn’t sure exactly where to start with all the different ways I could use the multicooker, so it sat in a box for a few days. But when I did, the sleek design of the multicooker was just the right size to stay on my cabinet for easy, convenient and continued used. With so many options, it was almost overwhelming to figure out what to make, so I just started with the first setting and made my way down to the line from lowest temperature to the hottest.
While it looks like a crock pot, it is so much more because you can use it for so many purposes including taking the idea of one-pot wonders to a whole new level. And since cook methods can be programmed for up to 12 hours of cooking, you really can fix it and forget it – especially With EvenHeat™ technologymonitoring the temperature of the cooking pot from 110° to 450° F.
The Kitchen Aid Multi-Cooker comes with a dual purpose steam basket/roasting rack, a specially developed lid with a soft rubber handle, for easy pouring and steam release, and a four-quart cooking pot. So you get everything you need to make a four-course meal with just the multi-cooker.