Let the NEW KitchenAid Multi-Cooker with Stir Tower do all the hard work this Christmas

KitchenAid Multi-Cooker

Ideal for one-pot wonders, everyday dinners and party favourites, using the KitchenAid Multi-Cooker with Stir Tower turns the smallest kitchen into a culinary hub for gourmets and novices alike.

The Multi-Cooker features more than 10 pre-programmed functions, with more precise temperature selections than a stovetop, while ‘next step’ prompts on select functions help cooks master challenging recipes at home. 

Take the fuss out of Christmas and utilize the versatility of the Multi-Cooker. Begin the day with a light breakfast by creating your own homemade yogurt, serve with fruit and your favourite muesli.

Once breakfast is completed it’s time to use the roast function for your chicken or turkey. The Multi-Cooker’s precise even heat and temperature control sears meat at high temperature to seal in moisture and juices.  The 24 hour keep warm function means that you can make your roast ahead of time. Let the aromas fill the house as the Multi-Cooker takes care of the rest.

If you are after a non-traditional Christmas offering try this wonderful Pulled Pork simmered in stout. Pulled Pork is a great way to feed large groups and easy to serve on rolls with a delicious Mango and Red Capsicum Salsa. If you’re after a hearty salad try this Lamb Tagine with Saffron Couscous packed with Moroccan spices. This flavoursome salad can be served warm or cold.

For something sweet, you can use the Multi-Cooker to steam your Christmas Pudding. Do you like custard on the side? You can create that too. Best of all you won’t need to stand over a hot stove stirring away as the stir-tower will do that for you! If you have chocolate fans in the family they will love this luxuriously Rich Chocolate Pudding.

With the ability to use the Multi-Cooker in manual mode, the creative meal possibilities are endless.

And at the end of the day, clean up is easy with only one pot to take care of!

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