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Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE4000

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Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE400032

Bowl volume: 6 l
Modes: cooking / stewing / steam / baking
Material: stainless steel
Color: stainless steel
Cooking under pressure (2 possible levels)
Here's a miracle appeared. The information is posted in the topic of pressure cookers, but since it seriously overlaps with a simple multi-cooker topic, we will post links here.

https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=83783.0
irson1971
Something I do not see here the happy owner of this multi-device IRR? I want to boast that today I got just such a saucepan, and even though it's already late, I managed to get the first pilaf in it! Pilaf came out just lick your fingers! I took the recipe from the book as a basis, but changed a little something to my taste. So I didn't put turmeric at all, because I don't know what it is and what they eat with. And the ingredients were added in the form of whole garlic, a teaspoon of sugar, a tablespoon of chumak tomato paste. Because I don't like coarsely chopped carrots, I put finely grated carrots and a lot. And the last one changed the final cooking time from 10 minutes to 15 minutes. In total, from start to finish, with all the warm-ups and bleeding, it took exactly an hour. As an experienced person, I cannot say this much or a little, but it turned out delicious, the rice is crumbly and even eat the meat with your lips!
Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE4000
Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE4000
irson1971
Teska, but it would be very convenient for us to stay here and discuss the recipes and nuances of our saucepan right here, and not in common pressure cookers, the more that we have not exactly a pressure cooker and not quite a multicooker, but a 2in1 multi-device ...
Rina
I apologize. Since Moulinex is not a pure pressure cooker, it was decided to leave the topic here in the Multicooker section for now.
irson1971
Fuh! Let's start right away to the fact that today buckwheat soup with chicken has been tested. It turned out super! I fried everything a little without a lid, then for 15 minutes. on high pressure with meat, then buckwheat for 5 minutes and you're done! While happy as an elephant.
svetulik
Today I cooked borsch. Fried onion in half rings, carrots and beets, Bulgarian pepper on the "Frying vegetables" mode. I cut the meat, cabbage and potatoes (medium in half), laid a spoonful of tomato paste in layers, closed the lid and set the "Low pressure" mode for 25 minutes. After I opened the lid, I put salt, black pepper and dill on the "Heating" mode for min. at 5 and you're done. The soup turned out to be very tasty. The meat melts in the mouth)
irson1971
The class I love borschik need to try, only now I wanted to pervert and try like in a book with prunes ...

Quote: svetulik

irson1971, and where did you find the buckwheat mode?
You don't need to look for buckwheat mode in this model, but switch to low pressure and in my case I put buckwheat for 5 minutes for 5 minutes and a crumbly swollen chic Greek buckwheat came out, of course, in soup as it was soup. I'm not overjoyed at such a simple and convenient little thing. It is a pity that my men eat poorly and do not experiment a lot ... I will try milk porridge today.
Quote: metel_007

irson1971 Where did you get such a roll and how much does it cost?
In the online store Photos for 1370 UAH, I just looked at them 1372 UAH. to see the dolor depends on the course. It is very simple and convenient because there are only a few selection buttons, namely high, low pressure, frying, frying vegetables, stewing and keeping the dish hot. A countdown timer by which you can always see how much time is left. Steam basket included.
irson1971
Well, during my absence, there were two joyful moments and one disappointment in the topic. Let's start in order and it turns out that the good. The first one was cooking borsch with St.ribs and prunes, it still smells to me and the saucepan has sold out at once! Of course, as usual, I departed a little from the recipe presented in the book ... It's just that, for example, I don't rub the vegetables raw and don't fry them, that's why in this case I decided to fry them and not use them at all. I put the meat ribs in the pot, boiled it, washed it out, and back into the pot with whole carrots, whole onions, whole beet, and for 15 minutes. at high pressure. After the booze, I lowered the park and took out the beet and carrots, and instead put the prepared potatoes for 5 minutes. on high pressure, then chopped cabbage, prunes, a spoonful of Chumak tomato paste, beetroot and carrots grated on an ordinary metal coarse grater and salt and for 5 minutes. at high pressure. Done! There are no photos that there is borscht to take a picture.
But I took a picture of the next dish! It was a jellied meat piece. Cooking is nothing special ... Boiled and washed again. Then again in a saucepan with carrots and onions, a little salt and peppercorns. Set the timer to 75min. but I don’t remember my low pressure, and since it was night and putting the little one to sleep, I fell asleep, and whose son asked to hedge and just to wake up my request, I ignored ... turning off the timer for about an hour and a half, since it was night, it was clearly not focused on time. I had to salt and add spices to the ready-made broth, and while the meat was being sorted out, it infused wonderfully. Well, the last thing in terms of shape, but because of the spices and peas, and the collapsed onion, I had to strain it, and in principle it came out over the transparent, it is possible without it. It's up to you to judge!
Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE4000
Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE4000
Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE4000
irson1971
Now let's get down to an unpleasant moment, namely the fact that I bought this contraption in order to cook milk porridge for doce without much difficulty, but here ...
In general, there is only one recipe in the recipe book, namely milk porridge with millet. Although I don't like it, I decided to cook it. So the first thing that I did not notice is that first you need to boil water in the roasting mode and pour in milk ... then I saw an error, but after reading further that after millet has been boiled in water for 5 minutes. boil, then drain the water and pour in hot milk, then I decided to leave it and heat it up so that it was hot. But when I poured this hot milk into a saucepan, I almost cried ... the bottom was burnt ... I put a rag under the bottom of the sink and took hot water into the saucepan. After a couple of minutes, having already scrolled in my head with what it would be possible to scrub off with a cloth along the bottom, and ... like a silicone insert, I took out all this burn. Then I cooked according to the recipe and it turned out deliciously, but the porridge did not look like milk at all, and the bottom was burnt again, but it went away along with this miracle porridge. My daughter ate a couple of spoons, but she eats at all disgustingly that I don't even know what to do ..., and my son, who is already 19 years old, said it was delicious. Again, it's up to you to judge.
Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE4000
Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE4000
Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE4000
IRR
Oh, thanks for inviting me Irishka, I would never have seen this topic. I just want to say that I cook everything so far on a low mode, it still turns out a little faster than in a multicooker and seems to be more useful (well, I wanted to think so). The rubber band in the lid no longer smells. I use all multicooker recipes, I don’t bother with cereals, pouring, pouring, first milk, then water - this is not for me. I throw everything at once - I was already cooking rice and wheat porridge.

irson1971, Ira, I look at your portions - specific ... and you still thought about which cartoon to take by volume? do you regret taking the big one?
irson1971
Yes, as for me, it's not big ... not so much and intermeddle. I love volumes, a small one does not allow me to do anything, and when I break out, I try to do it more so that it will last for a long time. I am disappointed with porridges, but I will still practice and think that I will get used to it. And you don't cook dairy porridge at all? I look weak with saucepans like ours ... I think where are you?
Vizcoldy
My sister recently bought the same one, I went to cook in it twice (to practice, i.e.I choose a cartoon for myself), they cooked rice pudding according to the recipe, it turned out to be great, I also liked wheat porridge on the water very much, only they did not indicate with water, it was not enough, it turned off earlier, but the porridge was cooked anyway.
I didn't quite understand by what criterion this device does not belong to pressure cookers, even a pressure cooker (rice was cooked in 8 minutes). I also want to make an important remark about the high and low pressure modes: the pressure there is always "high" in the sense that the lid is always mechanically locked (in both modes), you cannot open it until the steam is released, that is, according to the principle of pressure cookers ... It's just that with the "high pressure" mode it is higher (in numerical value) than with the "low pressure" mode, the instructions say that the "LP" mode should be used for more tender products (vegetables), and the "VD" mode, for example, for meat ( some recipes give 15 minutes for meat).
And the milk, it seems to me, must first be boiled so that it does not rise to the valve when it boils under a closed lid.
I also decide whether or not to buy it for myself, because I have a small child and I also need to cook porridge in the morning for him. But with lunch it is not very clear, I would like to have ready-made soup and steamed vegetables for coming from a walk, but: if you leave it to cook before a walk, it will quickly cook and will stand for a long time before our arrival, and it’s scary to leave it under pressure home alone.
irson1971
Quote: Vizcoldy

My sister recently bought the same one, I went to cook in it twice (to practice, because I choose a cartoon for myself), cooked rice pudding according to the recipe, it turned out to be great, I also liked wheat porridge on the water very much, only with water they did not indicate , it was not enough, it turned off earlier, but the porridge was cooked anyway.
I didn't quite understand by what criterion this device does not belong to pressure cookers, even a pressure cooker (rice was cooked in 8 minutes). I also want to make an important remark about the high and low pressure modes: the pressure there is always "high" in the sense that the lid is always mechanically locked (in both modes), you cannot open it until the steam is released, that is, according to the principle of pressure cookers ... It's just that with the "high pressure" mode it is higher (in numerical value) than with the "low pressure" mode, the instructions say that the "LP" mode should be used for more tender products (vegetables), and the "VD" mode, for example, for meat ( some recipes give 15 minutes for meat).
And the milk, it seems to me, must first be boiled so that it does not rise to the valve when it boils under a closed lid.
I also decide whether or not to buy it for myself, because I have a small child and I also need to cook porridge in the morning for him. But with lunch it is not very clear, I would like to have ready-made soup and steamed vegetables for coming from a walk, but: if you leave it to cook before a walk, it will quickly cook and will stand for a long time before our arrival, and it’s scary to leave it under pressure home alone.
It's not about boiling milk ... as I wrote above, not a drop came out through the lid and with a large volume, I like to cook like that ... it's just like a crust forms at the bottom, but it's very easy like a film and comes off. But to leave it on the heating, I left the vermeel soup literally today, so of course the noodles are slightly boiled ... Otherwise, I'm very happy with it quickly, tasty and convenient. And I think you can get used to everything. Bring your sister here and let her share delicious recipes. Today dough on stewed cabbage with meat so lick your fingers, it turned out to be a mum.
Vizcoldy
Our wheat porridge also had a little crust (not in milk, it just burned a little), we soaked the saucepan, then the crust peeled off by itself.
My sister rarely cooks in her, she will not get used to it, she is pregnant with me, she moves to a new apartment, in which she is now doing repairs, and says all the time "there is no time." I am trying to convince her that this is the device that saves time. Nothing, she will move to a new apartment, where there is still no kitchen set, so a cartoon will help her a lot.
She also cooked lentil soup there according to the recipe from the book, it was cooked in 6 minutes, amazing.
I just didn't understand about the extinguishing mode, the instructions say that you need to extinguish with the lid open, but it seems to me that the lid needs to be closed, but the valve is not, otherwise what kind of extinguishing will be there (and how much steam there will be), maybe the translation is not in the instructions right. What do you think about this?
irson1971
Quote: Vizcoldy

Our wheat porridge also had a little crust (not in milk, it just burned a little), we soaked the saucepan, then the crust peeled off by itself.
My sister rarely cooks in her, she will not get used to it, she is pregnant with me, she moves to a new apartment, in which she is now doing repairs, and says all the time "there is no time." I am trying to convince her that this is the device that saves time. Nothing, she will move to a new apartment, where there is still no kitchen set, so a cartoon will help her a lot.
She also cooked lentil soup there according to the recipe from the book, it was cooked in 6 minutes, amazing.
I just didn't understand about the extinguishing mode, the instructions say that you need to extinguish with the lid open, but it seems to me that the lid needs to be closed, but the valve is not, otherwise what kind of extinguishing will be there (and how much steam there will be), maybe the translation is not in the instructions right. What do you think about this?
I was also interested in this today when I stewed cabbage. So, I personally would be afraid to close the lid, since there are like memos in Russian and Ukrainian languages, where they clearly warn that the lid closes only in two modes - VD and ND, and in other cases only with an open lid. For example, to quench the cabbage, I used the stewing mode with the lid open. There was no smoke because there is a very low temperature that does not reach the boiling point, and in my case I added cabbage to the required volume and then I switched to ND mode and left it for 15 minutes and extinguished a little, I think that a maximum of 12 minutes indicated in the table in recipes.
svetulik
I extinguished with the lid closed and the valve closed for min. 20. Everything was ok. I want to cook boiled pork. Do you have any ideas for cooking with minutcook?
DalRiata
Girls, for a very long time, chose between Panasonic and Moulinex. We stopped at Moulinex, I don't regret it yet.

So I have already tried to cook pea soup with a cape - the peas are almost boiled down ... It turned out to be delicious, yum-yum, you can't pull a family by the ears.
We also cooked porridge (like a kutya) on water - it was cooked in 10 minutes and it turned out to be very crumbly and did not burn even like on the stove
Today I cooked milk porridge from pshon - I cooked it at high pressure for 5 minutes - the porridge was super, boiled, the milk was not going to run away anywhere, and absolutely nothing stuck to the bottom.
I also tried to make a cottage cheese casserole - here I had to break my head a little ... you have to get used to baking ...

I will say right away - I haven’t cooked anything according to the recipes from the book, everything is by sight and in my own way :-) I want to cook a soup with prunes and mushrooms ... I will unsubscribe and show the pictures later :-)
irson1971
Quote: svetulik

I extinguished with the lid closed and the valve closed for min. 20. Everything was ok. I want to cook boiled pork. Do you have any ideas for cooking with minutcook?
I beg your pardon, but did you extinguish exactly on the Extinguishing function? Just SCARY ....
irson1971
Quote: DalRiata

Girls, for a very long time, chose between Panasonic and Moulinex. We stopped at Moulinex, I don't regret it yet.

So I have already tried to cook pea soup with a cape - the peas are almost boiled down ... It turned out to be delicious, yum-yum, you can't pull a family by the ears.
We also cooked porridge (like a kutya) on water - it was cooked in 10 minutes and it turned out to be very crumbly and did not burn even like on the stove
Today I cooked milk porridge from pshon - I cooked it at high pressure for 5 minutes - the porridge was super, boiled, the milk was not going to run away anywhere, and absolutely nothing stuck to the bottom.
I also tried to make a cottage cheese casserole - here I had to break my head a little ... you have to get used to baking ...

I will say right away - I haven’t cooked anything according to the recipes from the book, everything is by sight and in my own way :-) I want to cook a soup with prunes and mushrooms ... I will unsubscribe and show the pictures later :-)
DalRiata I already wrote for the borschik to mine is simply delicious! But for the milk porridge and for the cottage cheese casserole, I would ask for more details on how they cooked and maybe from this what conclusions were drawn to improve the already tried recipe. I would be grateful, otherwise I just tried to cook the porridge and burned to the bottom, I was not going to run away either, but with casseroles it is even worse, even as they say, the old nag and not once in my life and on the stove did not cook, not to mention the pressure cooker ...
Yes, and girls, I am very glad that more and more people are already appearing here and this confirms that the choice was made correctly!
DalRiata
I filled in 2 cups of pshon, poured 5 cups of milk (did not heat or boil in advance), closed the lid under High pressure, set 5 minutes on the timer.
Nothing burnt or escaped, but the porridge turned out to be sooo thick, next time I'll just pour 1 cup of millet, not 2. I wasn't very good even without a multicooker with milk porridge (with measurements), but I think that I will get used to the cartoon much faster than with a stove.
But I had to play with the casserole.
Cottage cheese, raisins, sugar, eggs, semolina. Mixed everything up. She anointed the bottom of the saucepan with butter, put the parchment and greased it. I poured the resulting curd mass into a saucepan. I immediately tried to make it by analogy with a chocolate cake (the recipe is in our booklet), but it was cooked very slowly without a lid, and at high / low pressure the cartoon went into heating mode. Then I put it in the frying mode for 5 minutes: the bottom and the barrels were fried (then it turned out to be quite a bit burnt), then I put it in the Stewing vegetables mode for another 5-10 minutes. I tried to poke it in the old fashioned way, everything was ready, I pulled it out (nothing stuck to the saucepan) and we almost immediately began to eat it - delicious, I barely dragged my husband away. The top was not fried naturally, but was a little toasty.

Next time I will try to do it in a water bath in high or low pressure mode. In short, we need to experiment a little, since we do not have a Baking mode

svetulik
Quote: irson1971

I beg your pardon, but did you extinguish exactly on the Extinguishing function? Just SCARY ....
Yes, in the "extinguishing" mode. Even the lid was not blocked for me. I periodically peeped, too, it was awful.
irson1971
Quote: svetulik

Yes, in the "extinguishing" mode. Even the lid was not blocked for me. I periodically peeped, too, it was awful.
Who else would dare to try ..., otherwise it’s all the same scary, but in principle it seems to me that it’s not worth the risk, because we have ND and with it I think the end result is the same, but how to extinguish the type as I used using for cabbage that's a superb function.
svetulik
Quote: irson1971

Who else would dare to try ..., otherwise it’s all the same scary, but in principle it seems to me that it’s not worth the risk, because we have ND and with it I think the end result is the same, but how to extinguish the type as I used using for cabbage that's a superb function.
Check out the chocolate cupcake recipe. There it should be baked in this particular mode with the lid closed.
irson1971
Quote: svetulik

Check out the chocolate cupcake recipe. There it should be baked in this particular mode with the lid closed.
Yes indeed. I just haven't looked that far yet ... Not only do they contradict themselves, since the memo says that only with the lid open, but here it is really with the lid closed and even 40 minutes, which is not a little. It's just that I'm curious that I have never met baked goods in my life that would be cooked at 85 degrees. And the extinguishing mode is written just 85 degrees. Do you understand that the valve was kept open in this mode?
IRR
Virgos, all by experience, I recently tested the Elby pressure cooker, so there is an instruction - be-ee-ee. And the collection of recipes is the same ... page 3. And the saucepan itself is softer than ours, but for such a price - it can be forgiven for everything - it is almost 4 times cheaper than this one, but it cooks well, I liked it.
irson1971
Quote: IRR

Virgos, all by experience, I recently tested the Elby pressure cooker, so there is an instruction - be-ee-ee. And the collection of recipes is the same ... page 3. And the saucepan itself is softer than ours, but for such a price - you can forgive it for everything - it is almost 4 times cheaper than this one, but it cooks well, I liked it.
IRRochka, have you tried it with a closed lid in the Quenching mode?
IRR
Quote: irson1971

IRRochka, have you tried it with a closed lid in the Quenching mode?
I didn't need it yet, but I stewed it like this for 5 minutes with tomato on borscht, opened it a couple of times out of curiosity - everything is fine. Irisha, what are you afraid of? When the lid is just closed * not locked * - so the pan is finally not dangerous, steam comes out quietly from all the holes - it works like a multicooker in this mode, it's just that the time is not set.
irson1971
Quote: IRR

I didn't need it yet, but I stewed it like this for 5 minutes with tomato on borscht, opened it a couple of times out of curiosity - everything is fine. Irisha, what are you afraid of? When the lid is just closed * not locked * - so the pan is finally not dangerous, steam comes out quietly from all the holes - it works like a multicooker in this mode, it's just that the time is not set.
So it turns out that it just covers and does not scroll? Am I getting it right?
IRR
Quote: irson1971

So it turns out that it just covers and does not scroll? Am I getting it right?
quite right
Vizcoldy
Quote: IRR

I didn't need it yet, but I stewed it like this for 5 minutes with tomato on borscht, opened it a couple of times out of curiosity - everything is fine. Irisha, what are you afraid of? When the lid is just closed * not locked * - so the pan is finally not dangerous, steam comes out quietly from all the holes - it works like a multicooker in this mode, it's just that the time is not set.
But do not put the valve in this case?
irson1971
Quote: Vizcoldy

But do not put the valve in this case?
Once he writes that “When the lid is just closed * not locked * - so the pan is finally not dangerous, steam comes out quietly from all the holes - it works like a multicooker in this mode, it's just that the time is not set., Then I understand that the valve is open and steam is escaping from it too ...
IRR
Quote: Vizcoldy

But do not put the valve in this case?
the valve is as it was. But, I repeat, I used it for 5 minutes. But when I tested the ELBEE pressure cooker, with the lid closed, it sizzled so much on the stewing. It will be necessary, of course, to try this and that. All of you here are great, what you share is important - this is the accumulation of experience. Here, I'm waiting, maybe someone else will be the first to ripen for baking, there seems to be a decent chocolate cake (kaatsa), but it's interesting to bake in a double boiler - how will it come out?
irson1971
Quote: IRR

the valve is as it was. But, I repeat, I used it for 5 minutes. But when I tested the ELBEE pressure cooker, with the lid closed, it sizzled so much on the stewing. It will be necessary, of course, to try this and that. All of you here are great, what you share is important - this is the accumulation of experience. Here, I'm waiting, maybe someone else will be the first to ripen for baking, there seems to be a decent chocolate cake (kaatsa), but it's interesting to bake in a double boiler - how will it come out?
I'm not friends with baked goods ... so if I try it after the recall.
IRR
Quote: irson1971

I'm not friends with baked goods ... so if I try it after the recall.
hello, please ... Duc, maybe not everything is so scary with such and such a recipe book. And then, what does it mean - I'm not friends with baked goods? what site are we on? : wow: There is a quick treatment for such a phobia in the presence of a bread machine.
irson1971
Quote: IRR

hello, please ... Duc, maybe not everything is so scary with such and such a recipe book. And then, what does it mean - I'm not friends with baked goods? what site are we on? : wow: There is a quick treatment for such a phobia in the presence of a bread machine.
If only someone else would teach you what to do besides bread according to a recipe! I ordered Natasha's silicone molds for sale, and what is left then I will train myself, only while I see it all in pink glasses. In her youth, according to a recipe from a book, she baked pies so they could hammer nails ...
IRR
Quote: irson1971

If only someone else would teach you what to do besides bread according to a recipe!
LTD! Bread and pastries are a whole big world and space.And a bread maker (in the common people referred to simply as HP) is also needed for the most automatic process for making bread and in order to knead the dough, you can hardly knead it yourself with your hands, especially without skills. You take any simple recipe from the forum, read the comments and go. In this matter, training is important. Well, who is insured against failure? But when it finally turns out ...
irson1971
Quote: IRR

LTD! Bread and pastries are a whole big world and space. And a bread maker (in the common people referred to simply as HP) is also needed for the most automatic process for making bread and in order to knead the dough, you can hardly knead it yourself with your hands, especially without skills. You take any simple recipe from the forum, read the comments and go. In this matter, training is important. Well, who is insured against failure? But when it finally turns out ...
I'll get the molds and train, although I'm afraid after the unsuccessful pies. And our recipe for chocolate muffins is already itching to try, only you need to buy some ingredients, and on the street lazy ... and my husband won't buy because there is no simple confectionery chocolate where we buy ...
Vizcoldy
Quote: IRR

hello, please ... Duc, maybe not everything is so scary with such and such a recipe book. And then, what does it mean - I'm not friends with baked goods? what site are we on? : wow: There is a quick treatment for such a phobia in the presence of a bread machine.
Oh, and I'm not friends either, I don't even have a bread machine, I rarely bake simple things like charlotte in the oven. But you liked the recipe for the cupcake from the book, but you can't use ordinary chocolate there?
irson1971
Quote: Vizcoldy

Oh, and I'm not friends either, I don't even have a bread machine, I rarely bake simple things like charlotte in the oven. But you liked the recipe for the cupcake from the book, but you can't use ordinary chocolate there?
I already decided to try it and my husband bought everything today except butter ... so I'll have to try it tomorrow, but I bought the cheapest chocolate and it says confectionery dessert. So we'll try tomorrow.
svetulik
Quote: irson1971

I already decided to try it and my husband bought everything today except butter ... so I'll have to try it tomorrow, but I bought the cheapest chocolate and it says confectionery dessert. So we'll try tomorrow.
I didn't get my chocolate muffin in the slow cooker. It was put on the EXTINGUISHING mode, not baked at all. I baked it in the oven for 30 minutes at 180 degrees.
IRR
Quote: svetulik

I didn't get my chocolate muffin in the slow cooker. It was put on the EXTINGUISHING mode, not baked at all. I baked it in the oven for 30 minutes at 180 degrees.
I, itch, finally don’t like to bake in multicooker, in any - it’s not fun for me, although many bake and bake great. chocolate on boiling water in a cartoon
irson1971
Quote: svetulik

I didn't get my chocolate muffin in the slow cooker. It was put on the EXTINGUISHING mode, not baked at all. I baked it in the oven for 30 minutes at 180 degrees.

This is what was then baked in the oven after the multi?
irson1971
What can I say ... like Svetulik, nothing came of it. I experimented with the Extinguishing function and with an open valve it stood for 55 minutes and with a closed one for about 20 minutes, but alas. Why they pushed this recipe is not clear. I thought tomorrow to try the next one for a couple, but after that I don't even want to. Of course, thanks to the oven, the chocolate cake turned out, it stayed there for another 30 minutes at 180 degrees, but naturally it did not rise and because of this it turned out to be very heavy for its volume. The recipe was changed only by the fact that instead of chopped hazelnuts, I put chopped almonds and added frozen pitted cherries. Already almost eaten, and if the son of course does not reject until morning, then this is what remains.
Multicooker-pressure cooker Moulinex Minute Cook CE4000
Rina
girls, did you bake the cupcakes under pressure? At one time, I did well in a pressure cooker under pressure for 20 minutes. The main thing is that the dough itself warms up through and through in the area of ​​100 degrees. Tomorrow, I will probably experiment with a biscuit or a zebra in my LL (in the oven, zebra does not work categorically).
irson1971
Quote: Rina72

girls, did you bake the cupcakes under pressure? At one time, I did well in a pressure cooker under pressure for 20 minutes. The main thing is that the dough itself warms up through and through in the area of ​​100 degrees.Tomorrow, I will probably experiment with a biscuit or a zebra in my LL (in the oven, zebra does not work categorically).
No teska baked on the Stew function like in the recipe book. I’m thinking that it’s probably a mistake ... they translated chtoli incorrectly, because in the memo they write that with this function the lid is not closed, but in the recipe, clearly cover with a lid and put on the Quenching mode for 40 minutes. It seems to me that it was necessary on the ND and it would be good, but let someone else try and say.
Vizcoldy
I read one review about this cartoon, supposedly it has a delayed start timer, I did not see anything about it in the instructions. No one accidentally found such a function in their device?
irson1971
Quote: Vizcoldy

I read one review about this cartoon, supposedly it has a delayed start timer, I did not see anything about it in the instructions. No one accidentally found such a function in their device?
I have not found and have not read such information anywhere.
IRR
I couldn't find the timer. Here in the ELBEE pressure cooker, it seems to be there.
Tatuli
Hello hostesses. Tell me, has anyone cooked in this CF in the "steaming" mode and, in general, diet meals? Interested in everything: vegetables, meat, cheese cakes, dumplings. And then I want to eat tasty, but the pancreas is against ... Share your experience, please. I am hungry before the choice of buying MV ...
irson1971
Quote: Tatuli

Hello hostesses. Tell me, has anyone cooked in this CF in the "steaming" mode and, in general, diet meals? Interested in everything: vegetables, meat, cheese cakes, dumplings. And then I want to eat tasty, but the pancreas is against ... Share your experience, please. I am hungry before the choice of buying MV ...
Alas, there are no fans of steam food at home ... but I'm happy with the saucepan itself! I can’t even imagine how without her, after she opened her website, the family would have been starving if not for her.

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