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Cookworks Signature Slow Cooker £14.99 @ Argos

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Cookworks Signature Slow Cooker £14.99 was £29.99

Capacity 6.2 litres.
Removable crockpot.
3 settings: low, high and keep warm.
Keep warm function.
Toughened glass lid.
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#1
Can anyone recommend these? What sort of meals do people cook in them?
#2
have a look here m8 it will give you lots of ideas :)http://www.cookuk.co.uk/slow-cooker-recipes-index.htm
banned#3
I have this very thing. Bought some time ago when they were reduced to £12. It works very well, although the lid will rattle on the high setting.

I cook all sorts of casseroles. This week it was beef stew with green peppers, mushrooms & carrots. Prepared the night before and turned on before leaving the house at 0830. Returned home at 1630, boiled a few spuds at 1700 and we had a nice tea at 1730. Last week I did something with turkey leg & thigh meat using tarragon as the main flavouring. Served with rice.

Other things that cook very well are the sorts of meat you would boil e.g. gammon joints or ham hocks. Pot roast like brisket or hand of pork work well, too. Any dish that benefits from long, slow cooking.
#4
zocom
have a look here m8 it will give you lots of ideas :) http://www.cookuk.co.uk/slow-cooker-recipes-index.htm

wessie
I have this very thing. Bought some time ago when they were reduced to £12. It works very well, although the lid will rattle on the high setting.

I cook all sorts of casseroles. This week it was beef stew with green peppers, mushrooms & carrots. Prepared the night before and turned on before leaving the house at 0830. Returned home at 1630, boiled a few spuds at 1700 and we had a nice tea at 1730. Last week I did something with turkey leg & thigh meat using tarragon as the main flavouring. Served with rice.

Other things that cook very well are the sorts of meat you would boil e.g. gammon joints or ham hocks. Pot roast like brisket or hand of pork work well, too. Any dish that benefits from long, slow cooking.


Thanks, just what I wanted to hear.
#5
Asda have a similar non branded slow cooker for £7. Had this one before and the asda one does the same thing
#6
corderz
Asda have a similar non branded slow cooker for £7. Had this one before and the asda one does the same thing

Was it this one? CLICK

The capacity is 3L less, quite a saving though. I'd get that instead if I had an asda near or they had it in stock online.
#7
I have this one, also 2 other smaller slow cookers. Use it a lot in the winter, I store packets and sweets in it the rest of the year.
#8
I have this one got it last time it was this price. Have to say it's brilliant have done a number of nice dishes:

Beef n ale stew (use Hobgoblin this time of year)
Pork, Apple and Cider
Chicken Casserole
Chicken, Bacon and Chorizo

Not forgetting with one this size you can fit a whole roast chicken in it.

Pop some rolled up foil in the bottom (or failing that cut a couple of large onions in half) put some celery, onion, potato etc in the bottom (you won't eat this but will make a good stock whilst bird cooks)

Cut a lemon in half and shove it inside the chicen along with some sliced garlic and sprinkle with your favourite chicken-y herbs.

I add half a pint of boiling water to get things going but you don't have to. Now leave on low setting for 7 hours or so and there you go one perfect roast chicken ready to eat.

The beauty of this is the meat just falls off the bone and is kept succulent and prevented from drying out. Usually serve the breast meat for this meal and then use the other meat to make a chicken risotto with the next day.

Don't forget snap the bones of the carcass and put back in the pot and put it straight back on high whilst you're eating and after a few hours drain the liquid off and you have a lovely stock which you can put in an ice cube tray and freeze
#9
Tesco currently have their own branded one instore [3.3L] http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.100-2168.aspx for just a tenner at the moment!

This Cookworks one might be too big for some people at over 6 litres capacity. Would suit a 'large' family better. 3.5 litres should be good for up to 4 people, if that helps :)
#10
Just because it holds that much you don't have to fill it although storage could be a pain. Like I mentioned above worth thinking about if you'd ever want to cook a decent sized piece of meat whole
#11
I use mine loads.

Last thing at night I just bung loads of meat & veg into it, fill with stock/packet mix type things and leave it overnight, done.

I usually just fill it with

800g of meat (beef, pork or chicken)
6 carrots
load of peas
half a leek
load of potatos, normal ones cut up, or new ones straight in, with somke sweet potato too
some seasoning herbs

Can use sweede, parsnip, corgette (spelling?) - anything really, nice and healty (maybe a bit high in salt from stock), great for winter.
#12
Dont forget currys, chilli con carne and soups
#13
i ordered this one last week but took it back, its far too big took up a whole cupboard to itself
#14
If you make your own stock with the leftovers you can control the salt levels nicely :D
#15
Arr damm i gonna have to get one of these save me having my oven on for that long, i miss my Stifados.

Edited By: GQ Man on Oct 28, 2010 11:52: .
#16
£13.99 now! :D

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