To dispel initial doubts and show you the way to better results, we present a blog that is all about cooking in the Catler induction multicooker. What we want most of all, however, is for you to enjoy it.
Until quite recently, the kitchen was my domain exclusively, until that is, a group of small competitors started pitter-pattering around with wooden spoons sticking out of their pockets. Of course, everything in a brand new apron decorated with colourful flowers. With my promo apron and worn out wooden spoons, I was, of course, no match for such an onslaught. However, the real breakthrough in our kitchen occurred when I brought home the multicooker, a whole kitchen crammed into an area of 50 x 50 cm. Well, I thought to myself silently. It just sat there for a while on the kitchen countertop, the little critters eyeing it with interest, though used to all kinds of things the gravitational force of this was irresistible. Buttons, lights, circles on the outside, and the thing 'talks'! Even the teddy bear from 'Fisher Price" groaned with jealousy. A sturdy heavy-duty pot inside – just by grabbing it one instantly knew that something was different.
I clearly remember the first meal that I made in this teeny-tiny kitchen. The soup is a must, especially a strong hearty broth. I say to the pot, 'Hey baby, show me your muscle!' First, lightly braised meat with marrow bone, finished in just 15 minutes, then the Broth program for 90 minutes, too easy! Peaked through the window every once in a while to check for an explosion. What really got me was the phrase that we now hear quite often, "Please step away from the pot, I'm releasing steam"... "Well, now it comes", I said to myself. It released steam and automatically switched to the economical keep warm mode. And the broth you ask? Strong stuff. The vegetables were soft but not mushy, meat outstanding.
Technically speaking, this multicooker gradually replaced by induction hotplate, pan, oven and pressure cooker, with several people comparing it to a mini combi oven). As far as the flavour and options offered by the induction multicooker are concerned we are talking about a luxury that saves time without compromising the result and its just fun to use. What we want most of all is to cook great quality food, to enjoy the experience, to always achieve perfect results and to have time for ourselves and our loved ones'.
This whole blog is here to dispel any initial doubts and to show you the way to better results when cooking in the Catler induction multicooker. What we want most of all, however, is for you to enjoy it.