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Kenwood CP666 Curry Slow Cooker - £14.99 delivered @ Amazon (50% off) !

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Description : Curry lovers will adore the Kenwood Curry Cooker for an authentic curry taste and it couldnt be easier to use. The key to a perfect curry is slow cooking so simply pop all the ingredients in the pot before you leave for work and youll be welcomed home by the delicious aromas of a perfectly cooked curry.

With a 3.5 litre ceramic pot which can be removed from the cooker and taken to the table, the Kenwood Curry Cooker is ideal for preparing tasty Indian dishes in family sized portions or enough curry for the lads! Clean up is easy as the pot is dish washable. A toughened glass lid with cool touch handles and controls make this robust curry cooker even easier to use.
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#1
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[LIST]
[*]The kenwood Curry Cooker enables you to prepare all of your favourite curry dishes at home
[*]Good size 3.5l ceramic pot
[*]Manual control with low, high and keep warm functions, to perfectly cook your preferred dish
[*]Removeable ceramic pot can be taken to the table for simple serving
[*]Ceramic pot is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning
[*]Cooltouch handles and controls for added safety
[*]Toughened glass lid with cooltouch plastic handle
[*]Includes sample recipe by Meena Patak and money saving Pataks vouchers[/LIST]
banned#2
Curry......
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#3
Would just a normal slow cooker be the same though?
#4
yeah its the same as a slow cooker, exactly.

still its not too bad a price for it.

i got it in a set with the matching rice cooker.
#5
mercurystar999
Would just a normal slow cooker be the same though?


This is a limited edition Curry cooker (like any other slow cooker) with sample recipe by Meena Patak and money saving Pataks vouchers :)
#6
Deal done and another xmas present sorted!!!!
#7
edi
This is a limited edition Curry cooker (like any other slow cooker) with sample recipe by Meena Patak and money saving Pataks vouchers :)

And its purple:-D
#8
CURRY???? SLOW COOKER????
You dont cook curry on slow Cooker?????
it goota be a very high temperature to cook onion and spices!!!!!!!
CRAP !!!!!
can do boil eggs on these`
#9
Erm, most of the spices don't want to be cooked at that high a temp, it burns 'em and you either loose the flavour or change it..
#10
bibu
CURRY???? SLOW COOKER????
You dont cook curry on slow Cooker?????
it goota be a very high temperature to cook onion and spices!!!!!!!
CRAP !!!!!
can do boil eggs on these`


Fry onion in pan, add meat along with the spices & then transfer the whole thing to the slow cooker. Alternatively, fried onions can be bought from any Asian shop. :)
#11
buy a slow cooker i guarantee youll never use it more than once
#12
My daughter was staying in a village in India where scurvy was rife. This was despite the diet including plenty of fresh vegetables stuffed with vitamins. Trouble was that the locals cooked their food for hours, which destroyed said vitamins, and hence the scurvy. Just a thought.
banned#13
edi
Fry onion in pan, add meat along with the spices


When you've done all that and added the meat, the curry is ready in 1/2 hour

edi
& then transfer the whole thing to the slow cooker.


no need to transfer to slow cooker...otherwise you'll lose most of the tender flavour :thumbsup:
Regards, a curry aficionado :-D
#14
Slow cooker = the ability to turn crappy cheap chewy meat into something semi edible, sounds perfick for making curry with if you ask me.:thumbsup:

buy a slow cooker i guarantee youll never use it more than once


I had one of the big oval ones, the wife killed it through use so we bought another. Useful for preparing stuff then putting it on to cook in the morning, hot food ready cooked when you get home from work.
#15
You're not even supposed to add all of the spices at the same time. Some, like garam are meant to be added quite late in the process as they lose their flavour when cooked for too long.

Something like this would be sufficient for making a stew, but not for a curry.
#16
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1856265463

Get that instead. It's cheaper, and your curries will taste a hell of a lot better! :-D
#17
cook the curry in half an hour like everyones saying but DEFINATELY get a rice cooker, theyre amazing, such good fluffy rice, perfect everytime.
#18
Can't beat Pataks curry pastes in a jar, you use 1/5 to 1/3 of a jar each time and there are some great flavours, oh a good tip for curry lovers once your curry is cooking in your pan, grate an onion into it, thickens it up great, just like they do in the restaurants!!:thumbsup:
#19
A bit OT..

If anyone struggles to make curries like their local takeaway / restaurant makes, try this book. I have had spectacular results with it! (in fact the slow cooker would prob be good for making the gravy base :thumbsup: )

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Curry-Secret-Indian-Restaurant-Cookery/dp/0716020548/ref=sr_1_1/026-0318711-3432461?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1185174301&sr=1-1
#20
I think there's probably more to this slow-cooking lark than the average curry eater thinks - my curries always taste better "the second time around" - i.e., 24 hours after I made them. Love the colour, too!

And before you all jump to the obvious conclusion, I make LARGE curries, and leave half in the saucepan overnight to eat the next day!
#21
me to,make lots of it,much better next day,as said by my kids
#22
I saw this in Woolies for the same price on Saturday :)

I use my slow cooker for all my curries, they can get a little watery so I leave the lid off for the last hour or so (on High). Also it's a good idea to add your onions/peppers/other veg halfway through cooking, otherwise they get really soggy and well, a bit **** and tasteless.

It's fab for beef curries though - just buy some cheap stuff, and it transforms into juicy falling-apart meat :D
#23
I bought this months ago in a 2 pack with the rice cooker.

The rice cooker is just fantastic, can say no more than perfect rice every time with such ease and very easy to clean.

The curry cooker has been great also, we have done some curries but used it more for vegetable chilli, vegi spag bol, ratatouilli, it can hold enough for 6 meals (portions) and has made it easy for a couple of days a week most weeks over these months for my wife to throw in the ingredients and just leave it to cook. She had struggled to cook for years due to fibromyalgia.
#24
These things are great, we're still using a kenwood slow cooker from 1970-something and it's still firing out tasty (and p*ss easy) meals like a beast.

I'd highly recommend getting one at this price! Voted hot! (pun intended)
#25
Sold out, shame :-(
#26
Regarding a rice cooker, can you just buy the normal rice for the cookers?
My wife insists in buying uncle bens as it cooks well. Problem is its loads more expensive than the bulk bags you can get.

How good are they? We eat loads of rice so it may be beneficial long term to get a cooker.

Thanks

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