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Crock-Pot 3.5L Black Slow Cooker - £17.48 @ Tesco

£17.48 @ Tesco Direct
Showing online reduced from £34.97 to £19.97 but reduced to £17.48 instore Assembled Dimension Depth 25.5 Assembled Dimension Height 28 Assembled Dimension Units cm Assembled Dimension Widt… Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Showing online reduced from £34.97 to £19.97 but reduced to £17.48 instore

Assembled Dimension Depth 25.5
Assembled Dimension Height 28
Assembled Dimension Units cm
Assembled Dimension Width 35
Assembled Weight 4.5
Assembled Weight Units kg
Brand Crock-Pot
Capacity 3.5 L
Colour Black
Cool Touch Yes
Dishwasher Proof Yes
Dishwasher Safe Yes
Features of Product Recipes included. Microwave and oven safe stoneware. Removable and dishwasher safe stoneware for easy cleaning. Rinse-clean™ stick resistant coating. Dishwasher safe glass lid. Cool touch handles
Glass Lid Yes
Heat Settings 3
Non Slip Feet Yes
Power 0.21 w
Product Depth 24 cm
Product Height 15 cm
Product Weight 4.11
Product Weight Units kg
Product Width 31 cm
Removable Pot Yes
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#1
Bought one of these a week ago in the Robert Dyas Deal!

One of the best things I have ever bought for the kitchen!

These are the business and I have cooked some cracking casseroles in mine, Got leg of Lamb cooking in red wine in my one right now, smells gorgeous!
#2
I'll second Crazylegs comment, I used our one last night after buying ours recently, a cracking small appliance to have in the kitchen...
#3
Only got mine this morning so haven't used it yet, heard good things about it though.
Got some stewing beef & Guinness in to try it tomorrow :)
#4
i have had my crockpot for 6 years now and it is still going strong - the best way of cooking for a family
#5
Just what we were looking for - thanks
#6
they are awesome but just a quick note to say that the newer Crockpots tend to be very fast "slow" cookers :-)
#7
Just came back from Tescos after reading this. Nice item cheers op
#8
The beef joints you can do in this will blow you away ...

Just stick it in the crockpot, little bit of water and forget about it. Leave it long enough and it's crispy on the outside and absolutely succulent inside.

Cleaning it ? Little more than a rinse under the tap. So easy.

Thoroughly recommend.
#9
I think they have 3L ones in Asda for £7. Search deals for "slow cooker".
#10
These are the best brand and this is a good price. Don't go for a real cheapy one, it burns the food, this however will cook all day and make great food.
#11
had this from tesco about six months ago.excellent and a bargain at this price
#12
saw the cheapie ones in Asda and they were crap, not a patch on these genuine Crock-pots!
#13
OOS online, but must check instore later. Thanks.
#14
Am I the only one who misread it as 'Crack Pot'?! :p

Edited By: burstlikeabubble on Oct 04, 2010 13:09: a
#15
Maybe a silly question but is the lid oven proof as well as the large dish?
#16
not a bad price for the massive 6.5L one either...£39.97

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.205-3048.aspx
#17
Hi all,

I'm looking for a slow cooker where I can jut throw all the ingredients in, turn it on and forget it until its ready. I have seen some require you to cook on 'High' for 1 hour then 'Low' for X hours.This would mean having to be there for the first hour, something I would like to avoid... Does anyone know if this one requires this kind of attention?

Thanks
#18
Galacid
Hi all,

I'm looking for a slow cooker where I can jut throw all the ingredients in, turn it on and forget it until its ready. I have seen some require you to cook on 'High' for 1 hour then 'Low' for X hours.This would mean having to be there for the first hour, something I would like to avoid... Does anyone know if this one requires this kind of attention?

Thanks


These are absolutely fine to turn on and leave everything to cook. I chop everything up in the morning and then turn it on as i leave for work. Smells amazing when I get home and tastes even better!

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