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Tesco 3L Slow Cooker £10.00 @ tesco direct

£10.00 @ Tesco Direct
Cook nutritious and delicious meals with minimal effort using the Tesco SCSS12 Slow Cooker. A stylish piece, it has a brushed stainless steel finish with a large 3.5 litre capacity, so you’ll be able … Read More
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Cook nutritious and delicious meals with minimal effort using the Tesco SCSS12 Slow Cooker. A stylish piece, it has a brushed stainless steel finish with a large 3.5 litre capacity, so you’ll be able to feed the whole family.

The toughened glass lids allows you to monitor your cooking without letting heat escape and it can carry on uninterrupted. There is a set choice of 3 heat settings to suit your cooking needs, while the non-slip feet provide a safety element to give you piece of mind.
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22 Likes #1
I married a slow cooker!

Some nights I don't get to the pub until after 8pm!
#2
A few weeks ago got Sainsbury's own brand slow cooker 3.5l for £11.33, Barkingside store. but this is still good voted hot
2 Likes #3
Hot pot :p
1 Like #4
Had one of these for a couple of years from Tesco. Still going strong. Awesome for pulled pork.
#5
Great price. Hot.
#6
Also have one of these and cannot fault it.
#7
I have been thinking of buying one of these. I have also been thinking of buying a stock-pot to make stock and subsequently soup. I cannot use just one of either for both jobs???
#8
nice one
1 Like #9
mine is being delivered tomorrow after seeing online at weekend. I had broken my pot for my crock-pot but it's nearly £20 replace so thought buy a new one for half price
#10
Just got code for 500 Tesco club card points on any Tesco direct order so basically got it for £5
1 Like #11
Goes a bit slow
5 Likes #12
tawse57
I have been thinking of buying one of these. I have also been thinking of buying a stock-pot to make stock and subsequently soup. I cannot use just one of either for both jobs???

A pressure-cooker is the best answer to your question, actually
It's strange that so many people in the UK are so prejudiced against them; ignorance and scare-stories from childhood are the most common reasons amongst those to whom I've spoken

A pressure-cooker will cook almost anything that can be made in a slow-cooker, with mostly better-tasting results
A slow-cooker can NOT do all that a pressure-cooker can do

A pressure-cooker is much faster than almost any other cooking method bar microwave ovens, which makes it lightning-fast compared to the accurately-named slow-cooker
A stove-top pressure-cooker can also be used exactly the same as a conventional pot; perhaps as your stock-pot*?
[*yes, but see below]

I use a pressure-cooker to very rapidly make incredibly rich stocks and delicious soups of many varieties
Also, it's great for pulled-pork [or any other melt-in-your-mouth meat] - cooking time depends on the size of the joint/cut, but often measured in minutes, as opposed to hours in a slow-cooker or conventional oven

Many other foods can also be knocked out in a very short time, and similarly beautifully-cooked
White rice for curries etc? - 3 minutes; perfect every time
White rice pudding? - 8 minutes; so creamy
Risottos - mmmm....

Whole chicken? - 16-20 minutes; it can be amusing/annoying if the bones start to just fall out of the damn thing upon removal from the pot - however, the liquor remaining is a broth in itself. To produce an incredible stock, strip the meat, then pressure-cook the carcass again for ten minutes [along with any desired additions - I don't bother, as I prefer it unadulterated]. FINALLY, for those of you with a dog, grab a blender, and throw into it all the skin and bones [don't worry, they'll already be very soft, and crushable between your fingers - just watch the marrow fall out] plus a bit of plain stock, then whizz the lot until smooth
In about an hour the result, even if diluted afterwards, will start to resemble a pâté-cum-mousse
Once tasted, your dog will go mad for it, and love you even more
The lunatic creature that is my avatar is addicted to the stuff
[the above works just as well with pork, although the bones take longer to go soft]
#13
Anyone got a site for slow cooking dishes? Thinking of getting one, but can't think of what to cook with it.
#14
jg213
Anyone got a site for slow cooking dishes? Thinking of getting one, but can't think of what to cook with it.


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#15
Hot
#16
Waste of time and energy. Use pressure cooker instead.
1 Like #17
TheGreatGunnerB
tawse57
I have been thinking of buying one of these. I have also been thinking of buying a stock-pot to make stock and subsequently soup. I cannot use just one of either for both jobs???
A pressure-cooker is the best answer to your question, actually
It's strange that so many people in the UK are so prejudiced against them; ignorance and scare-stories from childhood are the most common reasons amongst those to whom I've spoken
A pressure-cooker will cook almost anything that can be made in a slow-cooker, with mostly better-tasting results
A slow-cooker can NOT do all that a pressure-cooker can do
A pressure-cooker is much faster than almost any other cooking method bar microwave ovens, which makes it lightning-fast compared to the accurately-named slow-cooker
A stove-top pressure-cooker can also be used exactly the same as a conventional pot; perhaps as your stock-pot*?
[*yes, but see below]
I use a pressure-cooker to very rapidly make incredibly rich stocks and delicious soups of many varieties
Also, it's great for pulled-pork [or any other melt-in-your-mouth meat] - cooking time depends on the size of the joint/cut, but often measured in minutes, as opposed to hours in a slow-cooker or conventional oven
Many other foods can also be knocked out in a very short time, and similarly beautifully-cooked
White rice for curries etc? - 3 minutes; perfect every time
White rice pudding? - 8 minutes; so creamy
Risottos - mmmm....
Whole chicken? - 16-20 minutes; it can be amusing/annoying if the bones start to just fall out of the damn thing upon removal from the pot - however, the liquor remaining is a broth in itself. To produce an incredible stock, strip the meat, then pressure-cook the carcass again for ten minutes [along with any desired additions - I don't bother, as I prefer it unadulterated]. FINALLY, for those of you with a dog, grab a blender, and throw into it all the skin and bones [don't worry, they'll already be very soft, and crushable between your fingers - just watch the marrow fall out] plus a bit of plain stock, then whizz the lot until smooth
In about an hour the result, even if diluted afterwards, will start to resemble a pâté-cum-mousse
Once tasted, your dog will go mad for it, and love you even more
The lunatic creature that is my avatar is addicted to the stuff
[the above works just as well with pork, although the bones take longer to go soft]

Good well written and informative post, you have persuaded me into getting a pressure cooker. Plus I like the fact you care for your dog :) .
#18
backinstock
I married a slow cooker!
Some nights I don't get to the pub until after 8pm!
LOL. Genius.
#19
levi_elise
Just got code for 500 Tesco club card points on any Tesco direct order so basically got it for £5


How did you get them?
#20
This offer is in store too. I bought one last week.
#21
Sold on pressure cooker! But also heat for slow cooker!
#22
I've put this on a ....slow heat (_;)
#23
Collected my slow cooker today from Tesco and the cooker was smashed into bits! Tesco Direct packaging for this item is dreadful, manufacturers thin cardboard box, packed in a polythene mailing bag, just asking for trouble..

Edited By: jazzyman on Dec 11, 2016 18:49
#24
Just got one of these instore there for same price (£10) tesco newtownabbey, had a big pile of them with no price

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