Swan Self Basting Roaster with Lid (£7.99 plus £3.30 P&P) @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Swan Self Basting Roaster with Lid (£7.99 plus £3.30 P&P) @ Amazon £11.29

£11.29 @ Amazon
Good price for this delivered :) Gets great reviews too. Free delivery on orders over £10 and for Prime Delivery
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Good price for this delivered :) Gets great reviews too.

Free delivery on orders over £10 and for Prime Delivery
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#1
I have this myself, I wouldn't be without it, brilliant!
#2
Looks like its £7.99 @ Argos as well. Sorry its smaller in Argos


Edited By: mercman on Jan 13, 2015 16:39: wrong size
#3
Thanks! Will save a fortune on bacofoil.
3 Likes #4
I thought it was illegal to eat swans unless you are The Queen :)
#5
Great find OP! Heat added.
#6
Ordered! :) Thanks alot!
#7
I thought only The Queen herself could eat swans? If so, isn't that a VERY small market?
#8
For clarity, Amazon lists this as a 36cm roaster: 40cm X 27cm X 9.5cm. The Argos one http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/swan-32cm-vitreous-enamel-self-basting-roaster-only-7-99-argos-2110568#post24113037 is listed as a 32cm roaster: Size L32, W24, D16cm.

I have the bigger version of this, and it's great, as are the Swan roasting tins!

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1 Like #10
If you catch the wild goose from the Tesco deal chase you can roast it in this.
#11
Is the trivet included? Found a video of it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trGOyDOLDUQ
#12
Probably a really stupid question but how does this self baste?
#13
funkfresh
Probably a really stupid question but how does this self baste?
Not really, it's a perfectly valid question.
Also if the 'self-baste' function is merely that it retains the moisture and juices because it is a closed pot that seems grandiose to call that 'self-basting'.

Edited By: Chrrye on Jan 13, 2015 19:09
#14
heat makes juices vaporise then condense on the lid and hopefully some will fall on the food
#15
I have one of these, just as my mother had one for over 50 years and they are brilliant.
#16
Bought op :)
#17
Hot deal, but I've become a big fan of roasting bags - self-basting (in the way these tins are), less washing up, more cupboard space and also very cheap. Would have to do a lot of roasts before this tin made economic sense.
#18
Been looking for one of these for a long time but never found a good price! Thanks!! Got prime trial as well :D
#19
great!! bought!!
#20
Great for doing my quorn roast and tatties in! Cheers mucker :3
#21
I take it the tatties would end up a soggy mess in here with the meat?
#22
s68uk
Is the trivet included? Found a video of it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trGOyDOLDUQ

I was wondering that too.

Can members who have bought one from Argos tell me if you do get a trivet with it please. Ta.
#23
Bought one from Aldi for £9.99 then someone said they got one half price. It's worth having a look in your local Aldi to see if they have any left.
#24
We have one of these already (not sure if same size) but I've ordered this one too- great price. Thanks
#25
Brill £7.59 for me :-)
#26
Would you have to take a chicken out to crisp the skin ?
#27
Got one of these on eBay for 12 quid. Yet to use it but if like me u cba to keep covering in juices (no sex jokes) than could be good idea
#28
How does this differ from a typical oval casserole dish with lid?
#29
Chrrye
funkfresh
Probably a really stupid question but how does this self baste?
Not really, it's a perfectly valid question.
Also if the 'self-baste' function is merely that it retains the moisture and juices because it is a closed pot that seems grandiose to call that 'self-basting'.

Thanks for letting me know, I will bite at this price. Nothing better than a moist roast!
#30
GunnerGraham
Would you have to take a chicken out to crisp the skin ?
No, just leave the top off for a while. It's great for cooking chicken.
1 Like #31
shepherdess
GunnerGraham
Would you have to take a chicken out to crisp the skin ?
No, just leave the top off for a while. It's great for cooking chicken.
Thank you for the reply,added to my limited cooking knowledge x :)
#32
GunnerGraham
shepherdess
GunnerGraham
Would you have to take a chicken out to crisp the skin ?
No, just leave the top off for a while. It's great for cooking chicken.
Thank you for the reply,added to my limited cooking knowledge x :)
You're welcome. Good luck!
#33
Would you have to change the cooking times for the chicken when using one of these?
#34
its not non stick.used twice so far takes some cleaning.

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