Top 5 Of The Best Recipes To Make At The Multicooker
Many households today opt for the purchase of a multicooker. But what are the advantages of this device? Here is our TOP 5 of the best recipes to make in a multicooker .
What Is A Multicooker?
The multicooker allows you to cook different types of recipes by offering several cooking methods: steaming, simmering, grilling, browning, sponge cake, yoghurts or compote. And all this in just a few clicks.
The Best Dishes To Make In The Multicooker
Cut the meat into pieces and saute for 5 to 8 minutes, stirring, then remove them. Pour olive oil into the tank and brown the onions with the lid open, then add the carrots and put in “simmer” mode.
After 1 minute, add the veal, bay leaf, bouquet garni, red wine and broth. Simmer for 2 hours, add broth if necessary and leave for another 2 hours.
Put the pieces of veal in your Cookeo robot in “fry” mode for 1 minute, turn them over and take them out of the tank.
Put the garlic clove, onion and carrots in “fry” mode for 5 minutes. Then add the mushrooms, thyme, clove, salt, pepper and simmer.
After 5 minutes, add the veal with the vegetable broth previously diluted and heated in water and simmer for 2 hours.
Detail the diced chicken and brown them in “fry” mode for 5 minutes, then remove. Fry the onion for 5 minutes while stirring, then add the rice, leek, pepper and carrots for 2 minutes. Add white wine and enough chicken broth just to cover the rice.
Start cooking in “risotto” mode for 20 minutes, stirring and add broth. Once the broth has been absorbed, add the cream and the chicken, salt, pepper and mix.
Take a bowl to dilute the cornflour with the egg yolks and add the condensed milk.
Slowly add the milk, then the vanilla extract and the vanilla beans. Place the mixture in the tank in “simmer” mode and mix until it thickens.
Take out of the tank and put in a pot, let stand at room temperature, then place in the fridge.
Apple And Rhubarb Compote
Wash and peel the apples and rhubarb, then cut into pieces. Pour them with the vanilla pod in the tank with the sweetener, mix well and leave to macerate for 30 minutes without cooking.
Then put in “simmer” mode for 40 minutes, coarsely mash with a fork and let cool.