WIN a NewWave 6-in-1 Multicooker valued at $189.95 (CLOSED)

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Thanks to Kitchenware Direct and Wholesome Cook you can now WIN a NewWave 6-in-1 Multicooker with a spare bowl, valued at $189.95! Congrats to Kylie R. who won this awesome prize!

From NewWave, the Makers of ThermoChef and the Slow Juice Extractor, comes the 6-in-1 Multicooker. To be honest, I am now kicking myself for not getting this unit when I bought my slow cooker less than a month ago, and I am very envious of whoever wins this one. Why? Because the all-in-one one unit handles the workload of a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, soup pot, deep fryer and electric pan in a compact easy to use device. 

NewWave Multicooker Giveaway Wholesome Cook

I think the option to have a slow and pressure cooker in one device while saving precious cupboard or benchtop space is pure genius. In fact, I recently read that the pressure cooker is one of few appliances that made the Australian Women’s Weekly’s editor’s must have list. No surprise there as it combines the ability to have “slow-cooked” meat in minimal amount of time. There have been many times when I would have loved to have made tender beef cheeks or pulled pork for dinner, but didn’t have the time to slow cook the meat – the multicooker would have made it possible.

Besides it can be used as a deep fryer (perfect if you want to indulge a little and make some delicious quark donuts), a soup pot and a rice cooker – saving time and stove-top space. For the more health-conscious users the multicooker’s rice cooker function is also capable of steaming.

Features of the NewWave 6-in-1 Multicooker you will love:

  • 6 litre capacity (good family or leftovers galore size)
  • 6 devices in one saves space: it is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker/ steamer, soup pot, deep fryer and electric pan
  • Keep warm function at the end of the cooking period
  • On / off digital timer with countdown
  • 12 safety features
  • 1 non-stick removable bowl, steamer insert, deep fry basket
  • 1 bonus stainless steel bowl

How to WIN a NewWave 6-in-1 Multicooker

Thanks to Kitchenware Direct and Wholesome Cook you can now WIN a NewWave 6-in-1 Multicooker with a spare bowl, valued at $189.95!

To enter the giveaway:

  1. Leave a comment on this post telling me what you would make first using the NewWave Multicooker?
  2. Register your entry via rafflecopter below.

Bonus entries:

  • subscribe to Wholesome Cook via email (here)
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Terms 

Giveaway is open to anyone with an Australian postal address. One main entry per person. Multiple bonus entries are allowed as specified in the Rafflecopter form. Giveaway closes midnight AEST Sunday 25 August 2013. One winner will be picked at random and announced on this post on Monday 26 August.

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340 Responses to WIN a NewWave 6-in-1 Multicooker valued at $189.95 (CLOSED)

  1. kara says:

    Santa fe chicken. Delicious.

  2. Juliet Jackman says:

    Braised pork neck would be great, usually takes hours in the oven.

  3. Stainless steel bowl? Awesome! I can finally throw out my (evil) teflon coated rice cooker. I think the first thing I will make is beautiful, fluffy, coconut rice… yum!

  4. ammybelle says:

    Oh wow! So cool! I would make french fries first! Mmmm … Thanks! :)

  5. Amanda Coles says:

    My first dish when I win this awesome appliance would be a mushroom risotto.

  6. Louise says:

    I would make pea and ham soup. Yum.

  7. I’d make traditional lamb stew from the cooker, with loads of spices and heaps of veges. A good winter warm-up dish

  8. Amanda says:

    I would make chilli con carne
    _

  9. Narelle Rock says:

    I would make my husband his favourite for his 40th Birthday, garlic and herb lamb shanks with a side of creamy mashed potato, yum!

  10. I would love to make a rack of lamb with marinated vegies :)

  11. Meg says:

    to dehydrate all my fruits and veggies for the upcoming winter! And to make organic snacks :)

  12. Gina says:

    Rice- definitely rice. We have long since outgrown our 4qt rice cooker & desperately need a larger one. So that is what we would use it for at least several times a week- then add in all those other great things that it does- I think I may use it every night.

  13. Kirstyn Smith says:

    I’m a college student, so… Everything! I think my favorite would be vegetarian chilli, a family tradition for Halloween night. Delicious, and makes the house smell great when the trick-or-treaters come around!

  14. Karlee says:

    I would make Lamb Tagine, the aroma that fills the house while its cooking is amazing on a cold day!

  15. Barbara says:

    Lamb shanks – simple and easy

  16. Sasha says:

    Texas-style Chili….for sure!

  17. Glen Toyer says:

    Moroccan Chicken – the spicey aroma fills the house, vegetables are done to perfection, and the meat falls off the bone remaining tender and moist.

  18. jesusan says:

    If I were to win this, I would take it to our family beach house in the summer, because the apartment we stay in has no stove. So this would allow me to cook everything I want to cook, and with ease and comfort. What would I make? Sausage & apples, or sausage & sauerkraut, noodles, rice, chicken stew, chili. The question is really, what would I not make with it? This would make my life very much easier.

  19. Kylie says:

    I’ve heard you can cook a whole roast in these and it’s tender and delicious, so that’s the one for me!

  20. The first thing I would make is some home style bbq pulled pork. There’s endless options with what to do with the shredded meat afterwards – burgers, nachos, pizzas, tacos!

  21. Emily says:

    Thai pumpkin soup I think!

  22. Trudy says:

    I believe I would start with a wonderful roast with all the veggies then move on to orange chicken with rice.

  23. Amanda Gorton says:

    I’m eager to try and master the skill of the perfect chicken and mushroom risotto. Being a multi-function cooker, in theory it should be a relatively easy task!

  24. Christine says:

    Chicken in apricot nectar

  25. Ann M Sculley says:

    Slow cooked Lamb and chickpea casserole would be my first option ,this would really help with daily cooking ideas what a great appliance !

  26. I am already subscribed to wholesome cook.
    I could make my absolutely awesome lentil dahl with spinach and sweet potato, and while that was maturing I could cook some basmati rice in the other bowl. What a wonderful giveaway – thanks for offering it!

  27. I really like New Wave products. I would make a recipe of my mother’s that’s definitely not fancy but one I remember fondly. She put a thick layer of onions, a layer of meatballs and a layer of potatoes and pressure cooked them. I know it sounds nuts but it was really good once she made gravy. :) (it might just be a crappy memory, too)

  28. Barbe Lessem says:

    I think I would make something that I know how to cook first, like french fries. Then read the manual and try something completely new. II’ve been saving up for one of these multi-function machines for a long time so I would also probably tuck it into bed next to me like it was a wubby or a teddy bear or a husband. :)

  29. Karen Bogle says:

    No contest – I would slow-roast trimmed lamb shanks, spiked with garlic and rosemary and a drizzle of balsamic to deepen the flavour and serve it with spicy sweet potato mash and steamed asparagus! All welcome at my house!!

  30. Carolyn Brown says:

    Something with lamb, pumpkin and cinnamon

  31. Lesleigh S says:

    I would cook a tasty pot roast with all the trimmings

  32. Jasmine says:

    Chicken casserole. Yummy :)

  33. Paige Yang says:

    Lamb casserole, perfect for winter.

  34. Kaz says:

    I would have to go with a slow braised lamb casserole with split peas and meat that falls off the bone. Its perfect weather for it!

  35. I would make a sausage, pumpkin and nut stew!!

  36. Vija L says:

    I have never used a pressure cooker and would love to try this function out on beef cheeks, to create a tender meat meal, Looks like the best appliance ever.

  37. Deb M says:

    A roast lamb shoulder with heaps of Greek flavour like garlic, oregano, lemons Yummmm.

  38. Monyque says:

    I would surprise my husband with our favorite wishful dinner. A turducken! It would make our 7th anniversary coming up in Sept. fabulous and romantic. We love to cook and experiment, recreating splurge foods a healthier way!

  39. syrememiniaturedachshunds says:

    A big hearty winter veggie stew

  40. Jayne says:

    I’m entering this for my dear friends living in Melbourne who are getting married next month. :-) If I win, this would be such a lovely wedding gift! I’ll tell her to make a good pot of stew for me when I come over for the wedding. LOL.

  41. Rene says:

    A handy tool to have in the caravan, so compact and easy to produce healthy meals

  42. nicole larsen says:

    Lamb shanks with creamy mashed pototo

  43. Cathy says:

    My old pressure cooker has a non-stick pot, I would love to cook with the stainless steel bowl. I would make steel cut oats for a week.

  44. Benjamin Travia says:

    I would make a stew to be served with polenta: a traditional family favourite.

  45. Linda C says:

    I’d cook a delicious lamb and vegetable casserole.

  46. Michelle McKay says:

    Slow Cooked Oriental Pork With Mandarins..
    A gorgeous chuck-me-in-the-multi-cooker-and-forget-about-me recipe full of lovely Asian flavours and elevated by the use of fresh sweet mandarins and juicy pork. -Over the years I have cooked it with a few variations here and there but the base recipe remains the same. Pork, baby onions, lots of garlic, sweet mandarins and Asian spices slow cooked to a flavourful and tender dish that is perfect for sharing over dinner.

  47. I cook up a big Bali and lamb shank soup and share with all my friends

  48. Liga says:

    The absolute first thing I would make a Chilli and Coconut Beef curry with crispy coconut pancakes. Have been looking at that recipes for a year now. :) Seems like a good time to upgrade my basic cookware, winning this would be a good place to start.

  49. nicky53 says:

    Lovely rice pudding for the family – delicious and filling!

  50. Rachel Squires says:

    A slow cooked roast lamb & veg!!

  51. Belinda Griffiths says:

    Wow, wasn’t even aware that this existed. Sounds amazing and with my limited cupboard space – well, even more benefits. Too excited to think of one but do love tender slow cooked rogan josh lamb shanks. Just add rice, a red wine and an open fireplace and we are in heaven!

  52. TERRY WEDDING says:

    Greek lamb Roast

  53. Joy says:

    Pumpkin soup. Perfect on a cold winters night or any night

  54. Tabatha Robinson says:

    Pick me

  55. Tabatha Robinson says:

    And I would make lamb shanks

  56. Elizabeth A says:

    These recipes are making me hungry! I’d have to do something simple first, home grown pumpkin soup for the win.

  57. Win Brown says:

    I’d cook rice, casseroles, veggies and soups, ‘roast’ for Sunday dinner and I’d check to see if it’s possible to cook steamed pudding too.

  58. Sarah T says:

    I love to make pulled pork. I usually cook it slowly on the stove til its all tender and yummy and then serve it in fresh white rolls with mayonnaise and lettuce. Its the best thing ever. I would love to make it in the NewWave 6-in-1 Multicooker!

  59. Terri says:

    I don’t have a pressure cooker and haven’t really ever used one so I would love to try something in the pressure cooker setting, what yet I don’t know!

  60. sharron smith says:

    I have never made lamb shanks and after dining with friends few weeks ago they oare now a big must on out to do list

  61. Nola Goodwin says:

    I would try a piece of corned meat and vegetables maybe.

  62. Stephanie says:

    I would make a chick-pea curry without having to boil the chick-peas for hours first, yay!

  63. Jennifer Round says:

    Lamb shanks braised with pomegranate, balsamic, tomato and bay leaves

  64. linda1963 says:

    marinated lamb shanks:-)

  65. Siobhan says:

    Definitely a deliciously winter Coq Au Vin…. imagine coming home after a long day and the house smelling of slow cooked goodness

  66. Karli says:

    Slow cooked spanish style pork belly :)

  67. Linda Tan says:

    It’s gotta be slow cooked BBQ pulled pork with some corn thrown in at the end because I love corn!

  68. mellie jane says:

    The perfect rice for fried rice and the a juicy pork neck for pulled pork rolls so yum!

  69. Kylie Buzinkic says:

    Spicy Lentil dahl :)

  70. Sonya says:

    I’d make my Butter Chicken. Yum!

  71. Alex says:

    Spinach pakoras because that would give the deep fry option a work out (how does it compare to our $30 deep fat fryer?!) and because I LOVE them!

  72. Love Indian so would make a delicious Butter Chicken.

  73. VandaB says:

    Slow cooked Moroccan Lamb Shanks served on a bed of sweet potato mash.

  74. Kelvin says:

    Well there is a smoked ham hock in the fridge waiting for me to turn it into pea and ham soup…….

  75. Lynda kibblewhite says:

    I would make my Great Grandmother ‘s chicken and vegetable soup just as her mother probably made it but with the convenience of the multicooker

  76. Mandy Graham says:

    I would make fried rice first using the NewWave Multicooker.

  77. Paul Graham says:

    A deep fat fryer, gto to be good old chunky chips, nothing beats a good chip butty

  78. paulie says:

    i Love Butter Chicken, so i’ll give that a try =)

  79. mel says:

    Id give a beef casserole a go
    Surely this machine will save my from a smouldering and scorched kitchen

  80. Chris says:

    I would try the deep fryer, steak .onions chips mmmmmm

  81. G’day! Beef Cheeks is something I have never done to date, true!
    This NewWave Multicooker would inspire me to do!
    LOVE promoted South Australia…OUR great state…would use a beautiful Barossa Shiraz or Cab Sav, enhancing flavors on the day!
    Adding a little bit of my creative twist…would love to share the experience…as with new foods, ingredients, recipes, appliances, I REALLY do like to play!
    Cheers! Joanne

  82. i’d make chicken,chorizo and cannellini bean soup

  83. Chloe says:

    Mushroom and kale stroganoff :D

  84. Rebecca T says:

    Moroccan vegetable stew with chickpeas!

  85. Nicole Zois says:

    Would probably opt for a lamb shank soup, for these cold nights!

  86. Sonja Eppinger says:

    Cuban Black Bean and Potato Soup. The distinctive flavor of this soup comes from a sofrito, a puréed mix of onions, garlic, and bell peppers.

  87. aimee t says:

    i would make southern style chicken :)

  88. Michelle P says:

    I would make a yummy casserole :-)

  89. Gary says:

    A mushroom and chicken risotto.

  90. Laura says:

    I would give the deep fryer function a red hot crack and make some tempura veges. Yum!

  91. Fiona says:

    Slow cooked lamb shanks for your lamb shank and mango chutney pies – Yum!

  92. Bridget says:

    I’d never say no to donuts!! Definitely cook donuts first.

  93. April says:

    Something I haven’t made for a while, Irish Stew, would love to try a lot of new dishes too.

  94. Sharm says:

    A yummy winter slow cooked casserole

  95. Tory Huth says:

    My favourite slow cooked meal. Corned beef with an honey, orange and mustard glaze.
    Either that or a slow cooked beef and vege ragu.

  96. Julie says:

    Wow I loved to win

  97. Nicole C says:

    I think i’d make a good old hearty beef and vegetable soup!

  98. I’d speed up the process for a Moroccan saffron chicken tagine !

  99. Janine Marie Gardiner says:

    Chicken and Basil Risotto, so I don’t have to stand at the stove and stir, and stir, and stir until my arm feels like dropping off.

  100. Jessica ashbrooke says:

    Slow cooked honey mustard chicken

  101. phil holt says:

    slow cooked beef & vegies would be fantastic

  102. Adria Deveney says:

    I can imagine cooking a wonderful Madras curry in my new 6-in-1 Multicooker. Something to look forward to on a cold winter night!

  103. Alarna Walton says:

    Lamb Shanks, a huge family favourite, everytime they are cooked I get the “Gee Shanks Mum” jokes for a week!

  104. Sharon Markwell says:

    Curried lamb shanks for me. I make the best in the universe.

  105. Rebecca Sharp says:

    I’d make some pulled BBQ pork, delicious alternative to burgers for those beautiful summer evenings when entertaining friends – serve with homemade apple slaw and Bob’s your uncle!

  106. Belinda Davis says:

    I’d brown off then super slow cook some lamb overnight, ready for a lazy weekend lunch with crusty bread and condiments.

  107. Teena Lewis says:

    I wuold be able to get rid of 4 applicances and finally have some room in my kitchen cupboards!

  108. A nice chicken and corn soup! perfect for a flu remedy and able to be cooked without hassle!

  109. Ricky. says:

    Definitely have to be Corned Silverside (Family Recipe) for dinner, once that is finished cooking, Then give it a quick clean, and cook some steamed pork dumplings. How can you go wrong. (6-in-1 WOW! that is amazing) :D

  110. Yanti Ryder says:

    I would make Indonesian Beef Curry ( Daging Rendang) with Butter Rice:)

  111. Ricky simoes says:

    My Portuguese chicken with new potatoes. The chicken is marinated with a combination of herbs and spices, stuffed with lemon for flavour.

  112. Melanie Rotherham says:

    This would be a great help in the kitchen!! I have a toddler and expecting my second bubba in about 3 weeks. Wil make cooking for the family so much easier!

  113. Melissa says:

    definitely a risotto…..I am Italian and I can’t cook a risotto to save my life!!

  114. teresa ansell says:

    slow cooked lamb shanks or lemon pumpkin rissoto

  115. Dave says:

    As it is winter I would cook Lamb Shanks

  116. Kelly Spencer says:

    Good old fashioned Pea and Ham Soup, usually a full days work but probably a tenth of the time with the multicooker and the keep warm function, fantastic! My hubbie and I work long stupid hours so that would suit us, having something healthy and hot ready to go anytime of the day or night :)

  117. Julia B says:

    I would make Pumpkin & Goat Cheese Risotto!

  118. Slow cooked red wine Osso Buco Beef Stew, with a creamy butter polenta side.

  119. corned silverside mmmm cheese sause

  120. claire evans says:

    lamb shanks to plonk on top of creamy mash, yum. The cooker will allow the meat to crumble

  121. Anne Marie Delaney says:

    I would make a slow cooked roast pork it takes many hours but comes out so moist and tender it is worth it. I love the idea of having one machine that can do so many things. Thank you for the chance of winning this machine :)

  122. A sweet and sour chicken with cous cous and rice would be delish

  123. Nichole says:

    I would make my Dads (r.i.p) recipe for Chunky Creamy Chicken Soup, so delicious and full of good vegetables and spices served with crusty bread :)

  124. Rebecca Lee says:

    I would cook rice.

  125. Tricia Williamson says:

    I would use it to cook chips!!

  126. R Hall says:

    Gooey stewy lamb shanks, yum …

  127. Sophie says:

    Congee! YUM!

  128. CORNED BEEF for me… Cooked quickly in the Multicooker and then kept warm to tenderise further and feed the hoards as they dribble home after work.

  129. Veronica Evans says:

    Italian meatballs like my mum used to make.

  130. Ailsa Kierath says:

    The most wholesome vegetable soup with puy lentils….

  131. Lena Lyamina says:

    good question! I’d try to cook russian beetroot soup borsch. My dad loves it, and so do I. It’s a classic)

  132. A simple but much loved recipe at our house is chicken soup, with thick lumps of chicken, corn, potato, thin noodles and lentils nom

  133. Karina W says:

    Caramelise pork belly! Yum!

  134. Diana O says:

    Good old fashioned chicken soup, like Nan used to make.

  135. Di says:

    Chilli beans, dried beans cook so well in a pressure cooker, no need for soaking them.

  136. The first dish I would make would be doughnuts. Nothing beats fresh hot doughnuts rolled in cinnamon sugar! Great giveaway!

  137. Maz P says:

    Moroccan Lamb Shanks with pumpkin, dates and spices….. Deliciously browned at the start and then it’s flavours develop…. Ooh-la-la what a meal so relish not matter how old you are!!!!

  138. Lea Anita Black says:

    I dont know what I would cook first, I would go through my old cook books and get into action!!

  139. Kapriana L says:

    Spicy Rendang Padang, it’s a traditional Asian food that should be cooked with firewood in a huge pan, cooked it for more than 10 hours so the meat will be juicy and all the ingredients soaked up and dried. The greatest thing about the food is it can last for a month without changing its taste!!! I bet this multicooker can do the same in a short time, can’t wait to try!!!

  140. Tina W says:

    I would make a Risotto, ever since having the twins i haven’t had time to :(

  141. Jodie Craze says:

    I would make my Nan’s curry chicken. It would be so tender and flavoursome.

  142. Genevieve says:

    Lamb roast with all the [roast vegie] trimmings-my favourite

  143. I would cook my own homemade chicken and sweet corn soup that all my friends love and are always asking me to make for them to take home… i must cook at least 6 per week and this would be so great to win this..thank you for giving me this chance…….

  144. Sue Bou says:

    Just love slow cooked lamb shanks but I can never seem to make them ‘fall off the bone’ tender, so that’s the first thing I’d cook, & savour my sensation :)

  145. Jill Hamilton says:

    I would make nan’s Lentil Soup, its full of veges and bacon and lentils, perfect to warm the bones on cold nights….

  146. Jo-Anne Wizz says:

    :-) Several dishes that i just recently cooked :-)

    :-) Dish 1 – Mango Chutney Fish With Fresh Veggies cooked with Rice or served with Rice. :-)
    :-) Dish 2 – Mushroom Chicken Pasta Sauce using thick large pasta! :-)
    :-) Goodluck everyone … Cheers! :-)

  147. Claire says:

    I would cook a hearty casserole, beef and Mushroom….Served with some crusty bread and a glass of red wine.

  148. Gyliane Carver says:

    Rabbit cooked in red wine,absolutely divine.

  149. Judi Adams says:

    Slow cooked osso bucco that melts in the mouth should be easy to achieve thanks to New Wave Technology.

  150. cat ielasi says:

    hearty braised steak and veg to fill our bellies and warm us through on these cold winters eve’s.

  151. Elizabeth Smith says:

    I would make chicken and garlic mushroom rissotto MY kids love it but with spinal problems standing and constant stirring is getting beyond me

  152. Cara king says:

    I would make my special roasted leg of lamb with my favourite herbs and spices rub in the pressure cooker

  153. jewelz says:

    Spicy lamb shanks with slow cooked sweet pototatoe…. yum yum yum… goodbye and hoorah to winter food!

  154. Micaela Tomalin says:

    A beautiful Traditional Rich, Melt in your mouth Goulash, the recipe came from my Oma and then whip up some yummy fluffy rice to go with it, Im Hungry just thinking about it :)

  155. I would have to make my melt-in-the-mouth Osso Bucco. Lots of tomatoes, stock, and a splash of red wine, rosemary and complementary vegetables.It takes around five hours on the stove, this slow cooker would be so wonderfully handy, and used very often.

  156. Justine says:

    A slow cooked beef massaman curry served on a bed of rice!! Yum

  157. Hui says:

    I would make my favourite beef stew.

  158. AnnaZed says:

    I would make Louisiana Red Beans

  159. kuan says:

    I would make my favourite soup

  160. Wendy Shen says:

    beef, potato & carrot stew

  161. ashleigh says:

    pea and ham soup mmmmm yummy!!

  162. Louise says:

    Lamb shanks in red wine garlic sauce…yummmmmmmmm

  163. Christina says:

    I would make devilled sausages for my family

  164. Kelly Ryan says:

    Chicken Korma and rice so I can test out a few different functions of the multicooker!

  165. Debra Hales says:

    I would use it for a slow cooked caserole something I haven’t had for ages

  166. NewAgeGranny says:

    Chicken and dill risotto – a family favourite.

  167. Boostland says:

    Lamb shank stew would be on the cards

    • Lize Holroyd says:

      Traditional South African koeksisters. These deep fried pastries are dunked in hot syrup and are served with tea. My grandma used to make them for us and I will make make missing home easier with these treats…a favourite of my hubby :)

  168. stacey mouat says:

    slow cooked barbecue pork ribs, they are my husbands favourite meal but no matter how long I cook them in the oven they are never tender/fall off the bone enough. I would love to be able to cook them perfectly for him

  169. Stephen says:

    Beef stew

  170. Tara says:

    Chicken Nuggets and Chips! My Fave meal of all time!

  171. Rod Skilton says:

    A Chinese dinner to try as many functions as possible. Fluffy rice, deep fried prawn wontons, steamed dumplings, and maybe a chicken and sweet corn soup. So many things to try it’s hard to know what to start with :)

  172. Mel says:

    I’d make churros!

  173. Marian says:

    I think a nice and spicy chili would be what I make first!

  174. Deb says:

    Something chocolate!! Yumm! :)

  175. Celina says:

    Roast lamb for me

  176. Natai says:

    Basic simple rice is what i would make

  177. Vernx says:

    It would be too awesome to have this in my room as a uni student! I’ll make a cake that tastes better than the ones outside!

  178. christine morris says:

    I would cook Tomato & Herb Lamb Shanks, i don’t have a slow Cooker , my Lambs shanks are always a bit tough., Thanks for the chance,:)

  179. cat ielasi says:

    A big pot of chicken and vegie soup to cure our common colds and ease the winters chills from the inside out.

  180. Raihanah says:

    Nasi Lemak Rice!

  181. Paul says:

    6-in-1 sound amazing and healthy for you, anything to help me make my life easier with my chronic pain illness to a must have.

  182. Kat says:

    Possibilities are endless! …..but it would be nice to make perfect rice :)

  183. dianne young says:

    if i was lucky enough to win this my first receipe to b cooked in it would b one of my favourites lemon chicken

  184. kristy says:

    Lamb Rack with veggies yum!!!

  185. Vivienne Dobin says:

    This would be perfect to make my Beef, Mushroom & Stout Pies.

  186. Manjula Patipaati says:

    I would love to prepare world famous yummy yummy tasty tasty Hyderabadi Chicken Biriyaani for my friends using this 6in1 Multicooker.

  187. John O. says:

    Definitely a Beef, red wine, mushroom and herb casserole with porcini and assorted asian mushrooms

  188. Yip says:

    Need this to gift to parents

  189. Jo says:

    A nice winter stew

  190. Corinne says:

    oooh…this would PERFECT for making a lamb biryani dish!

  191. TEREASA says:

    LAMB SHANKS

  192. Carmel Corry says:

    Pea & Ham Soup! So thick and yummy!

  193. Stacey Shailer says:

    Shredded Beef Sliders, this cooker would be perfect for slow cooking the beef!

  194. Simon says:

    A Hell born, fiery hot, burn your insides out curry

  195. Kim says:

    Mmmm would cook a succulent lamb roast

  196. gopik manj says:

    Love to make biryani to my family as this is one of the old and traditional cook which is cooked using this.

  197. Leigh Tannenberg says:

    Slow cooked Mouth Watering American Style Sticky BBQ Ribs. Mmmmm Ribs!

  198. Ebony Jackson says:

    Soup. I love potato and leek soup.

  199. I would cook up a storm, Beef strog to start, some potato soup and finish off with some dumplings :)

  200. Sharneen says:

    I would make Dr Pepper Slow Cooked Shredded/Pulled Pork… Hehehe having to think about what I’d cook, has me literally salivating! There’s just so many things that would be perfect!

  201. Margy Still says:

    I would make soup. All kinds of soup if I won the NewWave Multicooker.

  202. Lorraine R says:

    I’d make Dublin Coddle! Yum!

  203. Yvonne says:

    Slow cooked pork so I could make pulled pork, such a treat and so tasty.

  204. josephine mcgregor says:

    lamb shoulder with veg gravy and mashed potato
    looks amazing what a great looking cooker i would love to win

  205. Sudi Gowen says:

    I would love to have this at home and make a delicious Sri-Lankan Chicken Curry like my mum would make from scratch! She would be proud!

  206. Kath Barker says:

    Dal Mahakani – love this dish but it takes over 5 hours to prepare without a pressure cooker so i only get to make it on the odd weekend when I have 5 hours with nothing else to do :)

  207. karen says:

    lamb roast with veg gravy yum i would love to win

  208. Ruth mclean says:

    Mum’s tasty lamb chops – but with goat chops mmmmm its so good. #MissMumsCooking x

  209. rumpydog says:

    a hearty vegetable stew!

  210. Kathleen says:

    I’d make a slow cooked Butter Chicken. The aroma from this dish is amazing and the time spent cooking, the meat just melts in your mouth!!! YUM!

  211. Yishan Sun says:

    Love to make ox tail soup! coz I’ve tried to cook it when using other cookers,but they cannot do it and waste my time. I really want to try this 6-in-1 Multicooker,wish it will give me a big surprise!

  212. Lorraine Bartolo says:

    i know its unhealthy but would cook a seafood basket with salt and pepper calimari… mmmmmmm how i miss deep frying

  213. Carriesue says:

    Salivating at the thought of coconut chickpea and vegetable curry and then cooking some fluffy rice to accompany. Yummy!!

  214. Rinna Widjaja says:

    I’d make traditional yellow Fried Chicken, its hard to fried using fry pan, because the oil come out make my kitchen full of oil. So i’m surprise with new wave 6-in-1 multicooker function. Thats awesome if i can do deep frying using it. I hope new wave 6-in-1 Multicooker is my cooking solution. No need other stuff in my kitchen! Let my try it please.. Thank you.

  215. reena says:

    would love this

  216. missredsage says:

    Sticky Slow Cooked Pork Shoulder to serve with apple coleslaw in wraps.

  217. lozetty says:

    Some sort of dinner for when we are away camping so that I can chuck it on and relax with a glass of wine!

  218. Maryann Temple says:

    Wow just what the Temple family order……….I would be the kitchen wizza with all the functions, bring it on baby!!

  219. Hamad says:

    I love to try new techniques of cooking by using new kind of utensils.

  220. Chloe says:

    I would make Chicken and vegetable soup because i just love chicken!!! yum yum :3

  221. Andrew Burge says:

    THIS LOOKS SO HI-TECH THAT I WOULD DO…….
    i Vindaloo (slow cooked) with a side serve of Jasmine i Rice.

  222. Denise Yeo says:

    I would make an Italian Style Braised Ox Tongue in Red Wine!

  223. Rebecca Costa says:

    my first dish would be yummy dutch curry chicken, with fluffy white rice!!

  224. Nicole says:

    Most definitely the first dish would have to be indian style lamb shank curry!

  225. lesley hayward says:

    My fav dish slow cooked lamb chops in red wine sauce, served with creamy mash potatoes.

  226. michelle clark says:

    I’d make herb and garlic slow cooked lamb shanks…yum, making me salivate

  227. Kathleen says:

    Guinness Stew mmmmmm i can smell it now

  228. Arr En says:

    Hainanese chicken with preserved lemon. When the chicken is cooked, I’ll chuck in some grains and make super creamy and fluffed rice. Gold stars to one pot cleaning!!!

  229. Nick says:

    So hard.. Would it be pulled pork, a southern style Thai fried chicken or perhaps a slow cooked ragu… Or maybe a pressure cooked pumpkin and coconut Dahl. Ok pulled pork for some classic sandwich action.

  230. thill08Tracey H says:

    Beef Stroganof, with this beauty, the beef will melt in your mouth.

  231. faye says:

    I’m a ‘lamb shanks’ fan, and I’d love to try cooking them in this awesome pot!

  232. Trish says:

    Chicken cacciatore and rice …but my kids would want the French fries :) if they knew if could do that too.

  233. Belinda Smetioukh says:

    Beer battered chips….SUCH a treat and I’ve never had a fryer before, so I’d splurge on something naughty buy amazing first up!

  234. Naomi Peatey says:

    Id cook Butter Chicken with Jasmin rice. Then for dessert id make a Mixed berry & Chocolate strudle

  235. Lisa Frankel says:

    I’d cook Adobo Chicken – A beautiful dish that is easy to make and tastes delicious

  236. Thai Chicken Curry!….My fave ;)

  237. briana says:

    I’d make braised steak,on the slow cooker setting.

  238. Emma says:

    I’d cook my mum a Sunday roast, just like she used to do for me!

  239. Robyn says:

    Lamb Shanks

  240. Eamond Tomaszewski says:

    My Mums Homemade Chicken Soup recipe!

  241. Marie P says:

    Goat curry. It needs to be cooked for hours until the delicious meat falls off the bone. It’s a lovely, low fat meat that is underestimated.

  242. Marie P says:

    Goat curry. It needs to be cooked for hours until the delicious meat falls off the bone. It’s a lovely, low fat meat that is underestimated.

  243. john hutchens says:

    I would make roast beef

  244. john hutchens says:

    I would make roast beef

  245. Charmaine says:

    A rich and spicy Thai Green Curry, perfect for a cold evening!

  246. Charmaine says:

    A rich and spicy Thai Green Curry, perfect for a cold evening!

  247. Ilonka Bruce says:

    A gorgeous beef bourgignon. Perfect for cold, wintry nights and so yummy.

  248. Ilonka Bruce says:

    A gorgeous beef bourgignon. Perfect for cold, wintry nights and so yummy.

  249. Christmas Pudding, then it has plenty of time to mature!

  250. Christmas Pudding, then it has plenty of time to mature!

  251. Kristina S says:

    Some home made chicken noodle soup, working at a school seems I catch everything bug going around, need some good old fashioned home remedies

  252. Kristina S says:

    Some home made chicken noodle soup, working at a school seems I catch everything bug going around, need some good old fashioned home remedies

  253. Noeleen Apps says:

    Ohhhhh, I can imagine all the stuff I can burn in one of those! woohoo

  254. Noeleen Apps says:

    Ohhhhh, I can imagine all the stuff I can burn in one of those! woohoo

  255. Erica Vince says:

    If I won I would cook one of my favourite meals, chicken chassuer, which the whole family loves.

  256. Erica Vince says:

    If I won I would cook one of my favourite meals, chicken chassuer, which the whole family loves.

  257. A nice dinner for the family, probably chicken or fish

  258. A nice dinner for the family, probably chicken or fish

  259. Matthew James says:

    Beef Stroganoff

  260. Matthew James says:

    Beef Stroganoff

  261. Lauren A says:

    Our family favourite – corned beef. Yum!

  262. Lauren A says:

    Our family favourite – corned beef. Yum!

  263. nadine says:

    I would make lamb shanks!

  264. nadine says:

    I would make lamb shanks!

  265. girlsaveshouse@gmail.com says:

    Oh great question. I would make a delicious comforting risotto! Yum. Such a great winter meal.

  266. girlsaveshouse@gmail.com says:

    Oh great question. I would make a delicious comforting risotto! Yum. Such a great winter meal.

  267. Courtney D says:

    Magic will be made in my kitchen!

  268. Courtney D says:

    Magic will be made in my kitchen!

  269. Melanie Scott says:

    I would make Red Wine and rosemary lamb casserole.

  270. Melanie Scott says:

    I would make Red Wine and rosemary lamb casserole.

  271. Alison says:

    I’d make a chunky moroccon lamb and pumpkin stew. Just perfect for this time of year with the cold weather. And I love recipes where I can put it all in my slow cooker and just forget about it.

  272. Alison says:

    I’d make a chunky moroccon lamb and pumpkin stew. Just perfect for this time of year with the cold weather. And I love recipes where I can put it all in my slow cooker and just forget about it.

  273. Jess says:

    Hainan chicken rice using the rice cooker function. Too easy!

  274. Jess says:

    Hainan chicken rice using the rice cooker function. Too easy!

  275. Han E says:

    I would love to try the Mushroom Risotto … not sure I believe that it can cook in 7 minutes.

  276. Han E says:

    I would love to try the Mushroom Risotto … not sure I believe that it can cook in 7 minutes.

  277. Gerhard Eppinger says:

    A Vegan, gluten-free, extra healthy linseed soup with potatoes. Yummy !!

  278. Gerhard Eppinger says:

    A Vegan, gluten-free, extra healthy linseed soup with potatoes. Yummy !!

  279. Garry Thomas says:

    The first thing I would make is some thai style bbq pork. yummo

  280. Garry Thomas says:

    The first thing I would make is some thai style bbq pork. yummo

  281. Val C. says:

    The Quark donuts! I love trying new things and after discovering that a ‘Quark’ was not an exotic sort of animal but in fact a cottage cheese donut with the bonus of being gluten-free, I was inspired!

  282. Val C. says:

    The Quark donuts! I love trying new things and after discovering that a ‘Quark’ was not an exotic sort of animal but in fact a cottage cheese donut with the bonus of being gluten-free, I was inspired!

  283. Alysse Heiler says:

    I would cook something kind to the animals – Zucchini and Broccoli Soup

  284. Alysse Heiler says:

    I would cook something kind to the animals – Zucchini and Broccoli Soup

  285. Natalie Stoute says:

    Married to a Trinidadian, I would have too cook a traditional Pelau. I think this would be perfect in the multi-cooker with it’s multi-functions. What an amazing appliance, it’s just so versatile! Very exciting! On the Christmas wish-list already :)

  286. Natalie Stoute says:

    Married to a Trinidadian, I would have too cook a traditional Pelau. I think this would be perfect in the multi-cooker with it’s multi-functions. What an amazing appliance, it’s just so versatile! Very exciting! On the Christmas wish-list already :)

  287. Jason says:

    Herbal Mutton/lamb soup.. asian style!

  288. Jason says:

    Herbal Mutton/lamb soup.. asian style!

  289. marilyn says:

    I few soup recipes before the weather warms up

  290. marilyn says:

    I few soup recipes before the weather warms up

  291. julie ford says:

    a huge bowl of chilli, the serve it with corn chips for a massive group of friends and family showing off my lovely new kitchen god.

  292. julie ford says:

    a huge bowl of chilli, the serve it with corn chips for a massive group of friends and family showing off my lovely new kitchen god.

  293. Becky S says:

    Id whip up a Beef Ragu, mouth watering and less for me to do!

  294. Becky S says:

    Id whip up a Beef Ragu, mouth watering and less for me to do!

  295. J Maree Miller says:

    Golden Syrup Dumplings for sure! In an appliance like this it would be as much fun to make as much as eat!

  296. J Maree Miller says:

    Golden Syrup Dumplings for sure! In an appliance like this it would be as much fun to make as much as eat!

  297. June Lawler says:

    Lamb roast family favourite

  298. June Lawler says:

    Lamb roast family favourite

  299. Tara says:

    I am a uni student so this would make my life so much easier to cook good hearty healthy food!!! My first dish would have to be my godfathers traditional Indian Rogan Josh!!!

  300. Kevin Kelly says:

    A silverside Roast with onions and Garlic like Grandmother used to make but to date cant be duplicated

  301. Allison says:

    I’d cook an Indian feast (my favourite); lamb korma in the slow cooker, spiced Indian rice in the rice cooker, Dahl in the soup pot, Indian flat-bread on the electric pan, deep fried vegetable fritters, and for dessert an Indian Steam cake in the steamer. YUM!

  302. Maggie says:

    I have ben wanting to attempt Churros for a while now. Here’s a great excuse.

  303. kerry santillo says:

    lamb shanks, meat falling off the bone, succulent juices to make a gravy with potatoes and pumpkin.

  304. jody buhagiar says:

    I would love to try a Thai dish. Tom yum soup comes to mind, omg, Ive made myself hungry. Would be delicious.

  305. Ann says:

    Beer braised goat curry made with goat’s cheese and Mountain Goat stout, appropriately for extra goaty flavour.

  306. Pulled pork, or a pot roast, or Yorkshire puddings or a seafood basket or maybe a rice pudding…….oh so many decisions!

  307. Clare says:

    A seafood rissotto would be an awesom first dish :)

  308. mmills1399 says:

    The first thing I would cook would be my locally famous family recipe for slow cooker jam ball doughnuts.

  309. An apricot and walnut chicken casserole – I can almost taste the wholesome scrummyness now!

  310. katherine says:

    yummy chickenh soup

  311. Elizabeth says:

    a big pot of belly warming soup

  312. Jo Harlow says:

    The choices are endless but I think the first winner would be Beef Stroganoff served with coconut rice, and for dessert (not made by the NewWave) Paleo strawberry ice cream. Salivating at the thought.

  313. Christine says:

    I would make a wholesome chocolate cake to celebrate because it would feel like my birthday.

  314. Leoni Wilson says:

    I’d do a an Asian Spiced Pork Belly ! Then the creative juices will flow and Ill be Writing my own book and become famous! Hey, I can Dream! :-)

  315. Teegan says:

    Slow cooked lamb shanks would be so flavoursome in this. It would save me time to deal with my baby but still serve up a delicious hearty meal!

  316. zoe harris says:

    I would cook my famous (well with my family anyways) beef stew

  317. Sharon Gock says:

    Marinated lamb shanks, it’s my favourite lamb dish. It’d be cooked to perfection, and the lamb would be tender, moist and very delicious.

  318. Cecilia Warrick says:

    I have been dreaming (literally) of making Texas Pulled Pork, I have a recipe stashed in my bulging file of clippings, and would definitely ‘pull’ it out to give it a go!

  319. Fi says:

    I’d make rice – I’ve always wanted a rice cooker but couldn’t justify the storage space and my kids complain about Mum’s ‘soggy rice’!

  320. Nina says:

    My own creation of Prawn & Mushroom risotto. It’s a family favourite.

  321. Laura J says:

    A curry with rice,
    Warms you through with that spice.
    A tasty butter chicken or Korma,
    They say “can I have more, mum?”

  322. Cathy says:

    I’d cook a piece of silverside. Yum!

  323. Lucy Leland says:

    I’ve gotto make risotto

  324. cher haining says:

    Italian Lamb Shanks

  325. Gia says:

    Minestrone for my parents because it’s their favourite!

 

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