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What is your favourite cooking appliance?

Jul 24, 2015
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Ramsgate Kent
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Fiat ducato c class
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5 years
Inside the ridgemonky gets used quite a bit.
Outside I like to cook on wood...so normally my FIREBOX STOVE G2.. can also use charcoal in it or meths burner..
Next on the list is a gas stove ,camping bistro I think it's called..
For longer stays we get the COBB out..
 
Dec 31, 2017
475
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South East
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51,792
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Burstner T690G
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Caravanner 40 years. Motorhome 5
I also prefer a multicooker but with a large volume (since I have a big family). I believe that this is the best option in fact. I still had one question about smells. Our standard over-the-counter ventilation didn't do it well, but I added an extra air purifier nearby and the situation improved. I also have a compact barbecue but I don't usually use it indoors, only outdoors.
i Looked at the idea of a multi cooker but they seemed rather large and heavy for a motorhome. I was also uncertain about the amount of power they required.
 
Mar 16, 2010
2,763
15,534
Carmarthenshire
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10,651
MH
In between
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Since 1988
My Ninja Foodi it does everything :giggle: bakes ,roasts , air fries , pressure cooks, sautes

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denisejoe

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Aug 6, 2014
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Lotus for us as the best we have used, totally charcoal but uses a tiny amount of it so no lugging heavy bags around. Also no heat loss sides of bottom so you can use it on a table (outside) or on the grass without issues. With the additional hood works even better.
What do you use for a starter I thought it was ethanol gel have one but now in loft
 
Jul 24, 2015
14
28
Ramsgate Kent
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37,263
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Fiat ducato c class
Exp
5 years
What do you use for a starter I thought it was ethanol gel have one but now in loft
I find the best firelighters are from homebargains or the pound shop..not the smelly White ones but the brown cubes.. organic natural things...smell a bit like cooking oil ..cheap and pucker for sparking charcoal or wood up. 😉
 
Dec 25, 2015
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Nelson New Zealand
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40,848
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Autotrail Tracker FB
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Since 1998
Panasonic breadmaker. Not in the motorhome ‘cos we don’t use power.
In the motorhome, my favourite appliance would be a toss up between the gas hob and the Weber BBQ.
 
Mar 16, 2010
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Carmarthenshire
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In between
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Since 1988
Can these cook say a chicken and spuds at the same time?
I’ve not actually tried to do both but can honestly say it cooks a chicken beautifully.
You cook on pressure cook to start with with the chicken on the rack then remove the liquid and air fry or roast for the final 15-20 mins so I can’t see why you couldn’t put par boiled potatoes in to roast at the same time.
It makes amazing roast potatoes.

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denisejoe

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I find the best firelighters are from homebargains or the pound shop..not the smelly White ones but the brown cubes.. organic natural things...smell a bit like cooking oil ..cheap and pucker for sparking charcoal or wood up. 😉
Not the same as a normal bbq uses gel in small tray to light charcoal and has a built in fan to help lighting and controlling the heat, probably only uses 6 or 7 briquettes
 
Jul 24, 2015
14
28
Ramsgate Kent
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37,263
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Fiat ducato c class
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5 years
Forgot to say it also slow cooks and steams View attachment 441871
Would you mind me borrowing it for a weekend...after lockdown of course 🤤.

No seriously We've been looking at them last couple of days..but the price 😯.

We already have an air fryer in the apartment in Spain and love it..

Also have a halogen oven double hight one for at home and a pressure cooker lol.. although only really use that for gammon joints .

But I'm convinced we need a ninja foodie also..

When you get a chance can you cook a roast dinner in it and share the results... please 🙏🏽
 
Mar 16, 2010
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Carmarthenshire
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Would you mind me borrowing it for a weekend...after lockdown of course 🤤.

No seriously We've been looking at them last couple of days..but the price 😯.

We already have an air fryer in the apartment in Spain and love it..

Also have a halogen oven double hight one for at home and a pressure cooker lol.. although only really use that for gammon joints .

But I'm convinced we need a ninja foodie also..

When you get a chance can you cook a roast dinner in it and share the results... please 🙏🏽
Will do .....and yes you do need one:giggle:
We bought one for son and DIL a few months ago and they love it too
 

old-mo

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But I'm convinced we need a ninja foodie also..
Oh yes you do.... (y)

I`m with Anne (davanne ).... I bought one a few weeks ago...

And I am no cook and only ever BBQ.. (Badly)...... but these things are the best thing since sliced bread..

Brilliant bit of kit.... I do like baking cakes and baked this a week ago =

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And this was my first attempt at cooking a roast in the Ninja.... It was only Chicken breast (I do like a bit of breast.)... and Roast tatty`s from raw.... pea`s were done in micro wave only cos I forgot to add them towards the end of cooking.:doh:.. (No crispy on the chicken, Dog had that..:giggler:.)

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Going to make some soup tomorrow..... normal boil in a pan along with preparation takes me ages...

But with Ninja still got to prepare... but cooking done in minutes..

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