Smart kitchen product ‘set to revolutionise’ home cooked meals

A new smart kitchen product created at Sci-Tech Daresbury is set to transform home cooking.

Sci-Tech Daresbury’s 4D Products and Jersey, Channel Islands, based inventor Subina Shami are looking to “revolutionise the world of cooking” after receiving several prestigious awards for their Cuisine Machine prototype.

The fully automated product “cooks elaborate recipes” at the touch of a button.

It follows programmed instructions of its electronic recipe card to automatically add ingredients during cooking, while also stirring and controlling temperature and pressure (psi).

Cuisine Machine is set to become the latest cutting-edge smart kitchen solution for restaurants and households who want home-cooked meals “without compromising quality and convenience.”

Inventor Subina Shami is seeking to simplify home cooked meals and also believes that this product will help reduce food waste.

The prototype uses pressure cooking technology which saves time and reduces energy bills.

The next step in this collaboration will be to launch Cuisine Machine into the consumer appliance market, in the hopes that the product will find its way into kitchens all over the globe.

James Bell, product design director, 4D Products said: “We really believe that the Cuisine Machine can revolutionise the world of home cooking and can lead by example in eliminating one of the key causes of food waste.

“We have loved working with Subina Shami in bringing this innovative new product to life and we are excited to continue our relationship as we work towards its progression into the consumer market.”

Subina said: “I wanted to work with a company who could visualise my invention, a team who could think outside the box and simplify complex engineering without compromising on the efficiency of the various components within the product.

“They did a brilliant job and I thoroughly enjoyed working with them, allowing the Cuisine Machine to be as simple for the consumer as loading the ingredients, switching it on and walking away!”

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