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Crock-Pot Slow Cooker - Aubergine, 3.5 Litre £19.99 @ Amazon

£19.99 @ Amazon
Amazon has 40% off slow cookers on a promotion at the moment. This one has great reviews, free delivery and RRP £34.99 Read More
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Amazon has 40% off slow cookers on a promotion at the moment.

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banned#1
£17.50 at Tesco, I just bought one
6 Likes #2
I have some space in the lowest least accessible cupboard in my kitchen, this would fill it very nicely: between my pasta-maker and asparagus steamer.
banned#3
M_z
I have some space in the lowest least accessible cupboard in my kitchen, this would fill it very nicely: between my pasta-maker and asparagus steamer.

lol... you forgot smoothie maker, pancake maker, waffle maker and Sandwich maker ;)
#4
£17.00 in our local tesco black ones
#5
It's definitely another Pot. And it's also another Crock.

Edited By: themadgoose on Jan 11, 2015 18:21: funnier
3 Likes #6
It is another 'thing' to have around I agree but my slow cooker is one of my most used appliances. Chilli, curry, stew or even rice pudding; I love it :)

You can make dirt cheap cuts like neck or pig cheeks taste amazing with very little effort and low energy use.

Edited By: MassiveBongFace on Jan 11, 2015 18:37
#7
Good if you're going to use it regularly.
#8
It's about the going price for these if you don't care about colour, silver and black are always between £15 and £20 somewhere. If you specifically want the red or aubergine this is the lowest they seem to go, they often stay around £25.

Mine gets a lot of use, it did have to be replaced within 6 months because the handle fell of the lid, Amazon replaced it really quickly with no trouble but required me to send the whole thing back, Crock-Pot would provide just a replacement lid but wanted to charge me £30, more than the cost of the whole slow cooker, definitely not a company providing great customer service!
#9
I bought one in Tesco last weekend for £17. I have already used it four times and very pleased with it. Today I followed the Crock Pot recipe for pulled pork which was delicious!
#10
Got mine via Amazon 18,00, Hermes delivery, kudos to them. Post Office also had a parcel for me Friday, just missed them, they didn't even try redelivery Saturday. Shame on them.
#11
Lots of unused gadgets in some kitchens, but we use ours a lot
..probably more in winter granted...but yep, chilli, meats, bolognaise, currys...All good!! PS. ..you have to want to use these things to get the most out of u! when you do, you will wonder what you did before...walking in from work and dinner cooked. ...bonus!
banned#12
I bought one of these when they were last on offer and they cook brilliantly. Only negative is that they don't have a light showing that they're on and ours stayed on (empty) for 2 days by accident! Apart from that a great way to cook cheap cuts of meat like shin of beef and have a delicious meal ready for when you get back from work.
#13
RogVW
I bought one of these when they were last on offer and they cook brilliantly. Only negative is that they don't have a light showing that they're on and ours stayed on (empty) for 2 days by accident! Apart from that a great way to cook cheap cuts of meat like shin of beef and have a delicious meal ready for when you get back from work.
They have a thing called a plug you pull it out after use, that way its off!
1 Like #14
RogVW
I bought one of these when they were last on offer and they cook brilliantly. Only negative is that they don't have a light showing that they're on and ours stayed on (empty) for 2 days by accident! Apart from that a great way to cook cheap cuts of meat like shin of beef and have a delicious meal ready for when you get back from work.

This model has a light, and to my knowledge all the Crock-Pot range have a light. Yours might be broken.

EDIT
Actually the picture of the Aubergine doesn't show a light, while the red (which I have) does. That's quite odd, the black and silver have a light because I've also got a silver one.



Edited By: mattclarkie on Jan 11, 2015 20:15
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I just ordered myself a Morphy Richards sear and stew slow cooker for £24 off Amazon. Reading lots of slow cooker recipes, they require you to brown the meat off first/reduce the liquid at the end and the sear and stew version allows you to put the dish straight on the hob, rather than use a different pan (and wash it up!).

Not knocking this deal but thought I'd add my two pence if anyone wants an alternative for a similar, albeit slightly higher, price.
#16
Red one is still the same price if you look at the other sellers (amazon)
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RogVW
I bought one of these when they were last on offer and they cook brilliantly. Only negative is that they don't have a light showing that they're on and ours stayed on (empty) for 2 days by accident! Apart from that a great way to cook cheap cuts of meat like shin of beef and have a delicious meal ready for when you get back from work.

This model has a light, and to my knowledge all the Crock-Pot range have a light. Yours might be broken.

EDIT
Actually the picture of the Aubergine doesn't show a light, while the red (which I have) does. That's quite odd, the black and silver have a light because I've also got a silver one.




Strange, my black one (the same model as this one doesn't have a light) so maybe it's different models and colours? Just thought I'd mention it as I would have preferred a light to show it's on.
#19
bought 6.5l off very for £18
#20
not2shabby
I just ordered myself a Morphy Richards sear and stew slow cooker for £24 off Amazon. Reading lots of slow cooker recipes, they require you to brown the meat off first/reduce the liquid at the end and the sear and stew version allows you to put the dish straight on the hob, rather than use a different pan (and wash it up!).
Not knocking this deal but thought I'd add my two pence if anyone wants an alternative for a similar, albeit slightly higher, price.
Very good point. Versatility / less pans is always a bonus!

Does anyone know if you have to preheat all your ingredients / liquid BEFORE it goes into the slowcooker? I'm sure somebody told me this before, and it put me off a little bit.
#21
Crapweasel
not2shabby
I just ordered myself a Morphy Richards sear and stew slow cooker for £24 off Amazon. Reading lots of slow cooker recipes, they require you to brown the meat off first/reduce the liquid at the end and the sear and stew version allows you to put the dish straight on the hob, rather than use a different pan (and wash it up!).
Not knocking this deal but thought I'd add my two pence if anyone wants an alternative for a similar, albeit slightly higher, price.
Very good point. Versatility / less pans is always a bonus!

Does anyone know if you have to preheat all your ingredients / liquid BEFORE it goes into the slowcooker? I'm sure somebody told me this before, and it put me off a little bit.


Never brown my meat beforehand and add cold water and always turns out fine. Mines a Tesco or Asda one bought years
#22
... oops, hit submit prematurely.

* bought years ago for £7.
#23
M_z
I have some space in the lowest least accessible cupboard in my kitchen, this would fill it very nicely: between my pasta-maker and asparagus steamer.

Even though ours goes on the bottom shelf of the cupboard it gets used at least twice a week, currently has a chilli con carne cooking away ready for when we get in..
#24
tafarrant
M_z
I have some space in the lowest least accessible cupboard in my kitchen, this would fill it very nicely: between my pasta-maker and asparagus steamer.

Even though ours goes on the bottom shelf of the cupboard it gets used at least twice a week, currently has a chilli con carne cooking away ready for when we get in..

Out of interest, do you know if it is cheaper to run than a gas oven on a low heat? We do do some slow cooking, but not enough to justify a slow cooker.
#25
M_z
tafarrant
M_z
I have some space in the lowest least accessible cupboard in my kitchen, this would fill it very nicely: between my pasta-maker and asparagus steamer.

Even though ours goes on the bottom shelf of the cupboard it gets used at least twice a week, currently has a chilli con carne cooking away ready for when we get in..

Out of interest, do you know if it is cheaper to run than a gas oven on a low heat? We do do some slow cooking, but not enough to justify a slow cooker.
mine uses 90W on high, so will cost about me around 8p to cook on high for about 5 hours. don't think you can run a gas oven for 8p for 5 hours?

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