Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot #Review #Giveaway ~ CAN/US 10/12

| September 10, 2018 | 242 Comments

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

The kids are back to school! With this change comes a busier schedule for our family. We have after school activities and playdates to work our family meals around. There are nights when, as parents, we relent to a junk night, but we want to try to have as many healthier dinners together.  Ropot, a machine that quickly prepares meals, understands the need for busy families to be able to enjoy a home-cooked meal together. They asked our family to try making a family favourite dish in one of their machines to see how quick and easy it could be. I could not wait to test it out.

 

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

Gold Ropot.

 

The Ropot was created to make cooking quicker and easier for you family. The built-in paddle stirs the ingredients and to continually at the right speed. The upper and lower elements help to cook your meal thoroughly. Once the meal has cooked completely, the Ropot will shut itself off to prevent over cooking. Finally, an aspect your kitchen will love, is that it has a seal-tight lid that keeps splatter inside of the unit, preventing a mucky mess to clean up after dinner is done.

The inner pot is a 4-inch deep by 10-inch in diameter, triple-layer, non-stick pot. This allows for a good-sized meal to be cooked at one time. Dish duty is simpler with only one pot to wash.

 

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

Inner pot of Ropot.

 

How easy is it to cook in a Ropot?

All you have to do is prep your ingredients, place them in the Ropot, close the lid, select a cooking mode, and let the Ropot take over.

Not sure how you can cook with a Ropot: Here are the many different ways you can prep your meals:

  • Stir fry
  • Braise/Steam
  • Stew
  • Pan fry
  • Sauté
  • Roast
  • Manual
  • Toss (when certain dishes need extra seasoning near the end of cooking).

 

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

Finger selecting function on Ropot.

 

Time to get cooking!

One of my favourite meals to enjoy, is beef stew. It is such a warm and hearty meal to sit down to with a family. The only issue with I have with making beef stew is the amount of time it takes to cook. A good beef stew on the stove takes at least two hours to complete. The only days we would want to make this dish is on the weekend. Our hectic schedules make it hard to make this meal during the week.

I could not wait to try out the stew function on the Ropot with my beef stew recipe. Putting it together took the same amount of time, but there was a drastic amount of difference in time when I used the Ropot.

After I braised my beef and prepped the rest of my ingredients, I put them all into the Ropot, put the lid down, set the unit to the Stew function, and let the Ropot cook. You can also put raw meat in the Ropot.

 

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

Vegetables on a cutting board.

 

The Stew function is programmed to run for 20 minutes. Once the cycle was complete, I gave things a taste, and decided to let it go for another cycle.

 

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

Beef Stew ingredients in an open Ropot.

 

The end results…

When the machine buzzed for the last time, I gave this beef stew another taste, and oh, it was ever ready! The beef and the veggies were tender. I found the broth to be thick and rich. There was also a lot of stew in the pot, so I was happy that there would be enough for my family to enjoy.

And the taste? It was really good! I was so happy it came out this well. My other half was a bit skeptical about how well this stew was going to turn out. He was impressed by the tenderness and the taste of this beef stew!

 

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

Beef Stew in a bowl.

 

One thing to consider

There is one thing I have to share about the Ropot that I feel may improve the experience for users. It is great to have so many functions to choose from on this expedient machine. I believe it would become even more valuable if there was a keep warm function. We made our stew, but we were not ready to eat it at the time it finished. It would be amazing if this function was on this unit to keep a meal warm for longer, it would make cooking dishes in it so much better!

 

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

Open Ropot on a kitchen counter.

 

More quick and easy dishes to come!

Overall, I was really happy with our Ropot! It was simple to use, I was able to easily adapt a favourite family meal to be made in a fraction of the time in this machine, and it lessened the amount of clean-up after dinner. Though there were a few features that I wished were different about this unit, my family and I were happy with the results we experienced. We cannot wait to try out more of our family’s favourite recipes in our Ropot!

Promo Code

Ropot would like to make it easier for Ottawa Mommy Club followers to get their own Ropot to try at home! Type in USD30 OFF at the checkout on Ropot’s site to enjoy an exclusive discount !

 

 

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

 

Want to find out more about Ropot? We learned more about them on their website, and we connected with them on their Facebook, and Twitter pages!

Disclaimer: I received a Ropot in order to write this review. The views I shared are my own.

A Ropot Giveaway!

Would yo like to make quick and easy meals for your family this fall? Ropot would like to give one lucky Ottawa Mommy Club follower a Ropot to enjoy!

 

Enjoy Quick and Easy Dinners with Ropot

Ropot on a kitchen counter.

 

The ARV of this prize package is $289US!

This giveaway is open to Canadian and US residents and 

ends at 11:59 EDT on October 12th, 2018.

Good luck!

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My name is Lian Wright. Born in Toronto, I came to Ottawa as a student to study Political Science at Carleton University, and came away with an Honours Degree, and decided to stay. I'm a huge sports fan, have a love of reading, and like experiencing new things whenever I can. I am now a mother of three children (11, 1 and 7 months old) and am kept constantly on my toes. My blog, Pieces of Me, is my way of sharing what I have enjoyed and encountered in my life so far as a mother. So far, being a mom has had it's expected ups and downs, but that's what makes being a parent so fulfilling for me. I've loved and learned from what's happened so far, and I can't wait to see what's in store for me next. I hope you enjoy the journey with me!

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  1. Heather Swanson says:

    I would like to make beef stew

  2. Amie says:

    Stew or Chilli 😀

  3. Susanne McCarthy says:

    Beef stew or ribs I think would turn out fabulous!

  4. Holly Pageau says:

    Hard to pick just one meal to try. I would love to try making cabbage rolls with it.

  5. Calvin says:

    Steamed Japanese Tofu with Shrimps is something I’d enjoy to make

  6. jan says:

    I saw General Tao Chicken and I’d love to cook that in only 12 minutes too!

  7. Erin N says:

    I have always wanted one of these! The first meal I would make in it is a thick soup/stew.. perfect for this cooler weather! Thank you for the awesome giveaway 🙂

  8. Diane T says:

    Beef stew

  9. Sandra McG says:

    I would love to try my turkey taco soup in the repot.

  10. krisha4444 says:

    I would love to make the Steamed Cabbage Rolls Stuffed with Pork Paste

  11. Judy Cowan says:

    I would love to try making chicken stew.

  12. Florence Cochrane says:

    I make moose soup in the repot.

  13. Jonnie says:

    I would love to try a beef, chicken or turkey stew. It would be amazing to have a stew ready in under an hour!

  14. Sarah says:

    I would love to make some beef stew! Its a favourite in our home. Thanks!

  15. l p says:

    Braised Spare Ribs. thanks

  16. Daleine Kissinger says:

    I’m anxious to make the beef stew. It’s all I can think about after seeing a photo of it.

  17. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    I would love to try Noodles with Fried Egg

  18. Lester C says:

    Japanese curry

  19. I would make an Autumn Harvest chicken stew in the Ropot!

  20. erin n says:

    I would love to also make a spaghetti sauce in the Ropot!

  21. Chantal says:

    We’d like to try the beef stew!

  22. Bradley Duemo says:

    Chili con carne!

  23. Krista Miller says:

    Chili

  24. Tina L. says:

    I would make a beef stew.

  25. Silvia D says:

    I sure would love to make a Thai Shrimp curry in the Ropot!

  26. Lillea Brionn says:

    Fall and winter soups are what I want to make in the Ropot, starting with mushroom soup.

  27. Jason kinnin says:

    Some split pea or lentil soup

  28. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Noodles with Fresh Shrimp Wonton

  29. Alex S. says:

    The beef stew looks like something I would like to try.

  30. Cindy Peterson says:

    I would like to try chili in the Ropot

  31. Meekyung Kim says:

    I would love to try the Green Peas and Corn Soup

  32. Kimberley says:

    I would love to make Butter Chicken in the Ropot.

  33. kayla sheehan says:

    I’d love to make some chili!

  34. Heather D says:

    I would try the beef stew. My husband and kids would like it and it seems so easy.

  35. Kimberley Galloway says:

    I would make my vegetable soup

  36. Kelly D says:

    I would like to make veggie chili.

  37. I would love to make Beef stew

  38. Darlene Carbajal says:

    I’d love to make shrimp rice.

  39. Natalie says:

    I would like to make chicken wild rice soup using the ropot!

  40. Oks Mulyk-lutzyk says:

    Beef stew

  41. Mark Martin says:

    The Stew would be my choice.

  42. Erin N says:

    I would also love to make a beef stew!

  43. Martha M. says:

    I would try Chili

  44. Edith Rennes says:

    I’d make the beef stew…a family favourite for years

  45. Carol Oddy says:

    I would love to try homemade chicken noodle soup if I won the Ropot, fingers & toes are all crossed !!

  46. Heather Menendez says:

    I would make a three bean chili

  47. Chris L says:

    I want to make chili

  48. Nickie says:

    Beef stew

  49. Marc-Andre Taillefer says:

    I would love to try making chicken stew.

  50. Sarah Ferguson says:

    I’d make a beet borscht.

  51. shenac1 says:

    I would like to make a stew

  52. Steve Weber says:

    I would love to try Noodles with shrimp and veggies

  53. Lauren Martin says:

    I would like to try a Chicken Stew.

  54. Rebecca Weiss says:

    This looks like a handy appliance to have. I’d love to make split pea soup in it. My kids really like it, and soup is so delicious in the fall.

  55. intensev5 says:

    I would love to make a beef stew.
    Marlene V.

  56. Devon Pickford says:

    Chicken fricasee!

  57. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Braised Pasta with Beef

  58. Jim May says:

    Oriental chicken and pineapple should work great in this.

  59. Will G says:

    A beef roast.

  60. Rianna Mcgarry says:

    The beef stew looks amazing!

  61. Anne Derkat says:

    I would make a beef stew.

  62. The Fax Fox says:

    My family and I love making homemade slow cooker chili but it takes more than a day to do, this would be perfect!

  63. Rebecca W says:

    I would like to make the corn and pea soup.

  64. Caroline says:

    I would make turkey chili.

  65. Monique L.S. says:

    Sounds interesting. Guess it is kind of like an instant pot. I would love to try a stir fry.

  66. doug gerard says:

    I’d like to make some good ole moose stew!

  67. Nicole Jubleew says:

    I would try to make lentil soup in it.

  68. Carol Oddy says:

    I would make the Braised Pasta with beef, already have everything needed to make it and it looks yummy.

  69. jeannine glen says:

    make a hearty stew

  70. Silvia D says:

    love to try the …Stir-fried Prawns

  71. pearl biggar says:

    turkey chili

  72. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Shredded Pork and Pickled Vegetable Soup

  73. Israel Y says:

    I’d try my hand at a beef stew.

  74. Sandra Watts says:

    I would want to do a nice beef stew. Perfect for Autumn dinner.

  75. SweetPanda says:

    I would love to make a beef stew

  76. Rebecca Weiss says:

    I would like to try a put roast with potatoes in the pot.

  77. Travelbuds says:

    I would try to make the Pan-Fried Teriyaki Chicken Thigh.

  78. Jennifer P. says:

    There are so many great options! I would love to make Stir-fried Prawns in the Ropot!

  79. Carol​ M says:

    I’d make a beef curry

  80. Lori says:

    a chili or a pork roast

  81. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Broth with Meat Balls

  82. Leanne says:

    I would love to try the beef stew . Sounds really good and simple .

  83. Rebecca W says:

    I’d like to make split pea and ham soup.

  84. Caroline says:

    I would like to try making the beef stew.

  85. Linda says:

    I would love to make macaroni and cheese for my family in the ropot.

  86. karinespace says:

    I would love to make a yummy chili in there. Thanks!

  87. Silvia D says:

    I would love to make the .. Sweet and Sour Pork with Pepper

  88. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Green Peas and Corn Soup

  89. Leanne says:

    I also love cabbage rolls and they would love to try making them in the repot .

  90. Blogblob says:

    When i win i’m going to make Braised Spare Ribs

  91. Eri N says:

    I would love to make some cabbage rolls in a Ropot!

  92. Rebecca W says:

    I would try a stir fry with veggies for my family.

  93. Kristina says:

    Probably chili, I’d have to ask my mom for her recipe

  94. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Steamed Cabbage Rolls Stuffed with Pork Paste

  95. Carol Oddy says:

    Fried eggs with tomatoes, really quick & easy to make with the Ropot.

  96. Rebecca W says:

    I would like to try fried eggs in the pot!

  97. Stephanie Black says:

    I would make a gluten free stew.

  98. Silvia D says:

    Mexico Style Fried Rice

  99. Leanne says:

    I would love to try making a beef stew in the robot. My favourite meal in the winter .

  100. Heather Howard says:

    Beef stew and Turkey soup!

  101. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Stewed Beef with Tomato

  102. Carol Oddy says:

    I would make popcorn for movie night, it`s more economical to make your own popcorn & healthier.

  103. Stephanie says:

    I’d make a beef stew!

  104. Rebecca W says:

    I’d like to make Sautéed Chicken with Pineapple.

  105. Tamara Schlueter says:

    Tamara S. I would like to try any rice dish, my kids love rice and I am horrible at cooks by it 😂

  106. Denise L says:

    I’d love to try turkey chilli in the Ropot!

  107. Sarah says:

    The braised spare ribs would be great to try. Thanks! 🙂

  108. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Stewed Chicken with Mushroom

  109. Juliee Fitze says:

    I would make a pot of soup first.

  110. Elizabeth R says:

    I’d like to try vegetarian chili in the robot, comfort food coming up.

  111. Rebecca W says:

    I’d like to try maple glazed walnuts!

  112. Candace M says:

    I would love to make chilli for the fall weather.

  113. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Fried Spring Rolls

  114. Jacob Bray says:

    We’d be making delicious beef stew.

  115. Silvia D says:

    a nice fall meal to make would be the … Stewed Beef with Apple, Korean Style

  116. Irene W says:

    definitely beef stew.

  117. Erin N says:

    I would make a homemade chicken noodle soup!

  118. Rebecca W says:

    I would make braised pasta, Italian style!

  119. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    French Fries

  120. krisha4444 says:

    Sweet and Sour Pork with Pepper

  121. Rebecca W says:

    I love that I can make pizza in the ropot! My kids would be so happy!

  122. hmrcarlson says:

    I would like to try the Noodles with Fresh Shrimp Wonton.

  123. Erin N says:

    I would also like to make a thick, hearty beef stew in the Ropot! Yum 🙂

  124. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Fried Pumpkin Cake

  125. I would love to make a stew or a minestrone soup!

  126. sarahacool says:

    I would love to make chicken curry 8n the ropot

  127. Travelbuds says:

    I think I would try some kind of stew.

  128. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Fried Pancake

  129. Jodie Rector says:

    Roast Beef

  130. Julie Redden says:

    I would like to try to make some ham and beans

  131. Dianne G says:

    I would like to try making a stir fry in the Ropot.

  132. l p says:

    minestrone soup. thanks

  133. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Fried Dumplings

  134. Dianne G says:

    I would make Sautéed Diced Chicken with Chili and Pepper in the Ropot.

  135. Erin N says:

    I would love to make cake in the Ropot, or try to.. I’ve seen it done before 😛

  136. Rosa Cross says:

    I would make stew.

  137. nathan says:

    I’d like to try a stew and roast to start.

  138. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Pan Fried Rainbow Trout Fillets

  139. Christine F says:

    The Beef Stew or Chili!!

  140. Steve Weber says:

    I’d make a beef stew!

  141. Erin N says:

    I would also like to try to make lasagna in the Ropot!

  142. Dianne G says:

    I would like to make General Tso’s Chicken for my family.

  143. tracy k says:

    i’d make chili

  144. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Pan-Fried Teriyaki Chicken Thigh

  145. hmrcarlson says:

    I would like to make a big pot of hearty chili.

  146. Dianne G says:

    I would prepare the Sugar-coated Peanut in the Ropot for a family snack.

  147. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Fried Fish

  148. Dianne G says:

    I would like to make the Kung Pao Chicken for my family using the Ropot.

  149. l p says:

    green peas and corn soup. thanks

  150. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I would make chicken stew with dumplings in it.

  151. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Fried Eggs

  152. Carol Oddy says:

    There are so many good recipes for the ropot and I am sure that I would add a few more.

  153. Dianne G says:

    I would like to make the Chicken Vegetable Soup in the Ropot.

  154. Erin N says:

    I would love to make a big batch of meat and veggie spaghetti sauce in the Ropot!

  155. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Coca-Cola Chicken Wings

  156. Leanne says:

    I would love to try making a beef stew in the ropot.

  157. Rebecca W says:

    I would like to try to make Braised Spare Ribs in the ropot.

  158. Dianne G. says:

    I would use the Ropot to make the Fried Spring Rolls.

  159. shirley oflynn says:

    I would make beef stew.

  160. shirley oflynn says:

    I would like to try the Coca-Cola Chicken Wings.

  161. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Braised Prawns sounds delicious

  162. Dianne G says:

    I would like to make the Braised Spare Ribs for my family.

  163. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Braised Pork Belly

  164. Leanne says:

    The ropot would be perfect for a beef stew .

  165. Florence Cochrane says:

    Sweet and Sour Pork with Pepper sounds delicious.

  166. krisha4444 says:

    tomato and egg soup

  167. Dianne G. says:

    I would use the Ropot to make Stir-fried Beef Filet with Hot Pepper.

  168. KellyPC says:

    pulled pork & stews!!

  169. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Braised Pork with Chestnuts

  170. Leanne says:

    The spare ribs would also be awesome slow cooked in the ropot .

  171. Erin N says:

    I would love to make some spicy chicken wings in the Ropot, too! So many delicious possibilities.. 🙂

  172. Dianne G says:

    I think our family would enjoy the Maple Glazed Walnuts made in the Ropot.

  173. carol clark says:

    id like to make some chili in it or some stew in it

  174. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Braised Spare Ribs

  175. Allison Matz says:

    The stew for sure, one of my cold weather favourites.

  176. carol clark says:

    beef stew id make

  177. l p says:

    Stir-fried Tomato with Eggs. thanks

  178. Sarah says:

    I would make some chicken taco soup. Thanks!

  179. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to make the Mexico Style Fried Rice in the Ropot.

  180. aaron reck says:

    I would probably make the stew or the chili cause I like them both.

  181. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Sautéed Shredded Pork Tripe

  182. Jessica Matheson says:

    I would make Pulled Pork

  183. carol clark says:

    some beef stew

  184. Erin N says:

    I would make a spicy chicken stew.

  185. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    I would love to make delicious chili.

  186. Dianne G. says:

    I would make the Milan Pork Chops in the Ropot.

  187. Tamra Phelps says:

    Ropot has a recipe for Sweet and Sour Pork with peppers that looks delicious. I’d love to try that.

  188. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Yangzhou Fried Rice looks delicious

  189. carol clark says:

    id make some stew

  190. Rebecca W says:

    I would like to make Mexican Beef Chili.

  191. Erin N says:

    I would also make BBQ chicken wings!

  192. Dianne G says:

    I would make the Noodles with Fresh Shrimp Wonton in the Ropot.

  193. Tamra Phelps says:

    I think their soups look good. The Noodles with Fried Egg Soup recipe sounds really tasty.

  194. Tara Kerr says:

    I would love to make chicken veggie soup or Beef Stew!

  195. Leanne says:

    I would love to try a beef stew in the ropot . Love that it stirs it for you .

  196. Angela MacRae says:

    How have I never heard of this before I want to win it for sure 🙂

  197. Erin N says:

    I would make ribs!

  198. Dianne G. says:

    I would make the Yangzhou Fried Rice in the Ropot.

  199. Tamra Phelps says:

    I’d like to try making spring rolls with this. I think they’d work out pretty well.

  200. Monique L.S. says:

    I would enjoy lemon chicken with rice.

  201. Monique L.S. says:

    From the Ropot recipes, I would like to make the Pad Thai.

  202. Athena says:

    I’d make a stew

  203. Jean Holland says:

    I would like to try sweet and sour chicken stir fry in the Ropot.

  204. Erin N says:

    I would like to make fried rice and spring rolls.. yum!

  205. Dianne G. says:

    I would make Sautéed Chicken with Pineapple in the Ropot.

  206. Tamra Phelps says:

    I’d like to try their recipe for Mexican Beef Chili. I’ve always used ground beef, but theirs calls for beef chunks. It looks great.

  207. hmrcarlson says:

    The Yangzhou Fried Rice sounds tasty!

  208. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Sautéed Diced Chicken with Chili and Pepper

  209. carol clark says:

    id make stew

  210. Erin N says:

    The Sweet and Sour Pork with Pepper sounds good! I would try that recipe.

  211. Rebecca W says:

    I would make Fried Fish for my family.

  212. Dianne G says:

    My family would enjoy the Fried Pumpkin Cake made in the Ropot.

  213. Tamra Phelps says:

    I’d like to try their recipe for Baozi, which is a steamed stuffed bun. That would be something new to me.

  214. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Stir-fried Beef Filet with Hot Pepper

  215. Aarone Mawdsley says:

    pork with chestnuts!

  216. Dianne G. says:

    We would like to make the Fried Sweet and Sour Tenderloin in the Ropot.

  217. BILL HOFF says:

    I got a craving for some Milan Pork Chops

  218. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Stir-fried Green and Red Pimento

  219. Dianne G says:

    I would like to prepare Noodles with Fresh Shrimp Wonton in the Ropot.

  220. Tamra Phelps says:

    I think their recipe for braised pasta, Italian Style sounds interesting. I’d definitely try thay

  221. alice minx says:

    I’d make a yummy pot roast.. mmmm

  222. Chris L says:

    A nice beef stew

  223. Rebecca W says:

    I would like to make Fried Teriyaki Chicken Thighs for my family.

  224. carol clark says:

    some stew or chili

  225. Dianne G says:

    I would use the Ropot to make Sautéed Assorted Vegetables.

  226. Tamra Phelps says:

    I’d love to try making pulled pork in this. I bet it would go such much faster!

  227. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Sautéed Assorted Vegetables

  228. julie Redden says:

    ham and beans would be what I would cook

  229. krisha4444 says:

    Stir-fried Beef Filet with Hot Pepper

  230. Dianne G says:

    I would make Stewed Beef with Apple, Korean Style in the Ropot.

  231. Tamra Phelps says:

    I think their recipe for steamed cabbage rolls stuffed with pork sounds like something I’d enjoy. I’d try that one.

  232. Rebecca W says:

    I would like to make Fried Pumpkin Cake for my family!

  233. Erin N says:

    I wold make the Milan Pork Chops!

  234. Amanda Whitley says:

    i would like to make chicken corn chowder.

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