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Hi there, I'm new to this board, but not to HO cooking

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Hi there, I'm new to this board, but not to HO cooking

Post  Taffy on 14.01.12 8:15

Hiya gang, I'm Taffy, (yes, I am Welsh). I've been using a HO for about two years now. I am very interested in the type of HO that I spotted on a Sky shopping channel. I think it's called the Visicook Crisp & Bake. It has a stirrer in the base, to agitate the chips, roast potatoes, or whatever else is in there. It also has a rotating wire rack. Is there anyone here that has experience of these HO's? Thanks. Take care and have a great day. Taffy. Very Happy

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Re: Hi there, I'm new to this board, but not to HO cooking

Post  Admin on 14.01.12 8:39

Welcome to our gang Taffy

there has been talk about Visicook Crisp & Bake on this forum. Let's hope someone will tell you more about it.

I am glad you have joined us.

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Re: Hi there, I'm new to this board, but not to HO cooking

Post  junie on 14.01.12 14:18

Hello and Welcome Taffy

From what I have been told it seems to combine a HO with the principles of an Actifry. I haven't seen one though.

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Post  Taffy on 22.01.12 9:25

Thank you for the welcome. Yes June, I know about the principle of the Visicook. I bought one now, I tried it, for the first time, yesterday. It cooks frozen chips beautifully. They were golden brown all over and crisp on the outside, while fluffy inside when you bit into them. The only thing with this type of HO, is that you can't cook anything that contains to muck liquids, as there is a hole in the centre of the glass bowl. The reason for this is there is a drive unit, in the actual base of the unit that drives the roatational rack, or the "stirrer," paddle, that turns your chips or veggies ir whatever else you are cooking in the bowl. Or it turns the rotational rack that ensures even cooking all round of whatever it is that you have positioned on there. So this unit is NOT a total replacement of other HO's. Just a quick post for you. Today I am going to use it, with the stirrer, fitted, to cook roasted veggies, (frozen), and roast spuds, (also the frozen variety). Bye for now. Taffy

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Post  junie on 22.01.12 15:17

thank you for the helpful info, Taffy cheers

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