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Which? tries the Tefal Cuisine Companion

Find out if this cooking processor is worth £700

Tefal Cuisine Companion lifestyle

The Tefal Cuisine Companion comes with six automated cooking programs

The Tefal Cuisine Companion is one of a new type of food processor that not only chops and blends, but can also cook your food. We sent it home with one of our researchers to find out if it’s really worth its hefty price tag.

All-in-one cooking processors are the latest kitchen innovations that promise to chop, blend, whisk, knead and cook.

The Cuisine Companion has six automated cooking programs and four attachments, which Tefal says will help you prepare easy, home cooked food every day. 

Get our expert first impressions – head to the Tefal Cuisine Companion first look review.

Tefal Cuisine Companion: what you get for your money

The Cuisine Companion comes with five attachments: a stirrer, a whisk, an ‘ultra blade’ for chopping and a kneading/grinding tool. 

The kit includes a handy cleaning brush, and a spatula for scraping down the sides. 

It has a 4.5 litre bowl and a lid that includes an adjustable steam top. This lets you control the amount of steam you let out depending on the dish you’re making.

The processor also comes with a three part recipe book that contains 100 each of starter, main course and dessert ideas. These collectively give you a million different menu choices and is useful to help you while you’re learning to use the Tefal Cuisine Companion. 

Which? verdict on the Tefal Cuisine Companion

Our researcher challenged the Cuisine companion to create a range of different dishes including casseroles, cake mixes, smoothies and pastes. 

She said: ‘The kneading tool was brilliant at evenly mixing smoothies and cake batters, and the fact that the bowl, lid and attachments are dishwasher safe really helped to cut down on cleaning.’

Read our Tefal Cuisine Companion first look review to find out how this hybrid processor fared when it came to cooking.

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