Jamie Oliver has teamed up with Tefal to make a new range of electrical kitchen appliances – and Which? will be testing them soon.
The line-up includes a liquidiser, food processor and multifunctional grill. The gadgets are styled in black and stainless steel and designed to ‘make cooking easier and your kitchen more stylish’, according to Tefal. They won’t hit the shops until September, but Which? will aim to test them as soon as we can.
Jamie Oliver kitchen appliances
At the launch of his new Tefal range, Jamie Oliver told Which?: ‘Simplicity is the key to these products – I have a real passion for good solid simple cooking and have carried this work ethos through into the products.’
Jamie Oliver said he’d spent two years conceptualising the range, but strived to keep the gadgets simple.
He said: ‘It’s not rocket science, nothing hugely innovative, just good kit. I wanted to give people something that I would use in my own kitchen, what I would have designed for myself – solid products at a good price.’
Tefal grill, liquidiser and food processor
Tefal’s Jamie Oliver liquidiser, food processor and multifunctional grill will cost £69.99, £99.99 and £79.99 respectively.
The 500W liquidiser offers two speeds plus pulse and ice crush programs. It comes with a 1.5L glass jug and sharpened, serrated blades.
The 2 litre capacity food processor features ‘Perfect Mix’ – a patented blender design. This works using an off-centre blade and an angled base which is designed to blend ingredients more effectively. The 750W food processor also comes with a storage drawer to hold the machine’s removable blades.
The final addition to the Jamie Oliver range is a three-in-one multifunctional grill with oven, barbecue and grill modes. It has integrated juice trays for draining fats and juices, two removable dishwasher-safe plates and a detachable cord.
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