Alongside the Companions, which are Moulinex’s iconic and ultra-sophisticated food processors, there is the Click&Cook: a compact, connected and low-cost model that intends to bring together all the essential functions of a complete food processor.
Much more sophisticated than the ClickChef from Moulinex, the Click&Cook is a nice surprise and combines many advantages. Compact, complete, good at mixing and quick at cooking, it gives pride of place to guided cooking and a rich and understandable interface. Its only weaknesses are nestled at the level of the lid which requires a certain helping hand and browning which, ultimately, concern only a few recipes. This entry-level food processor is an excellent alternative to Lidl’s Monsieur Cuisine Smart thanks to its very good price/quality ratio.
- Compact design.
- Guided cooking well done.
- Integrated scale.
- Mixing efficiency.
- Cooks quickly and precisely in simmer.
- Cover difficult to remove and replace.
- Heats too much when browning.
NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude prices from shops whose the VAT policy is not clear (known as “grey” shops, typically in the case of imports from China).
The Moulinex ClickChef is a very good robot-cooker for those who are ready to skip guided cooking. It cooks quickly and precisely while ensuring good temperature homogeneity. To top it off, it mixes efficiently and quietly. It outperforms Lidl’s Monsieur Cuisine Plus – which it looks a lot like – and is actually very good value for money.