3L Stainless Steel Slow Cooker £10 @ Asda
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3L Stainless Steel Slow Cooker £10 @ Asda

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Found 7th Dec
Slow cooker for a tenner with a 2 year guarantee. Reduced from £14 so not a massive saving but gets great reviews online.

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Shame it doesn't have the warm function or I'd consider. Tesco have a slightly larger one for £14 so depending on your needs both are a great price!

Voted hot for price. The only thing I would say about slow cookers is that whatever I cook in it, turns out brown and pretty vile. I love the idea of them, but they don't impress me. My one is Cookworks by Argos.

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MCGONIS4 m ago

Voted hot for price. The only thing I would say about slow cookers is …Voted hot for price. The only thing I would say about slow cookers is that whatever I cook in it, turns out brown and pretty vile. I love the idea of them, but they don't impress me. My one is Cookworks by Argos.


One tip I was told is never put too much water in......obvious really but I’m sure a few people on here or recipes online should help you out. To be fair I’ve had some fantastic easy to make meals done from a slow cooker

MCGONIS44 m ago

Voted hot for price. The only thing I would say about slow cookers is …Voted hot for price. The only thing I would say about slow cookers is that whatever I cook in it, turns out brown and pretty vile. I love the idea of them, but they don't impress me. My one is Cookworks by Argos.


How on Earth do you manage that? Maybe you've got a duff one, does the lid fit well?

Should be as easy as screw some foil balls up, put whole chicken on it, add 300ml stock (should not be touching the meat) and put on low for 8 hours, as an example.

Oh and always add hot ingredients where possible, so if a liquid heat in a pan first, if meat at least leave out so it's at room temp, if a joint I tend to sear it in a pan first gives it some colour, seals it and starts warming it too.

Maybe the one you've got is getting too hot, drying out, not hot enough something like that.
Edited by: "Rich44" 7th Dec

We have one and seems to do the job nicely

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villians19842 h, 10 m ago

[Image] …[Image] https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Morrisons-Stainless-Steel-35L-Slow-Cooker/388705011?utm_source=tradedoubler_digidip%20UK&utm_medium=affiliate&dclid=CI_irZWA-dcCFcyeGwodhHIFNg&dnr=yGive this one a whirl 🏼


This one looks well better 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

been looking for a slow cooker for a while any good meals to put in them?

I have that model, had it for a few years. No complaints, does what it is supposed to, switch it on in the morning and chow down after work.

Curries and stews work well.
Edited by: "DonnyBrago" 8th Dec

got same one already. works well.

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seems workth for the money. thanks OP!

jjmmww15 h, 17 m ago

been looking for a slow cooker for a while any good meals to put in them?


There's a recipe book on Amazon. 200 slow cooker recipes or something like that.

Personal family favourites are gumbo (wife and kids love it)

Or

Braised beef cheeks with red wine.

You can also do spaghetti Bolognese, a beef joint for Sundays, lamb, any stews. Season well and you'll have a winner every time with no effort. I used to slow cook pork and cider and the above in the bistro I worked and got good reviews each time.

greatkingshark30 m ago

There's a recipe book on Amazon. 200 slow cooker recipes or something like …There's a recipe book on Amazon. 200 slow cooker recipes or something like that. Personal family favourites are gumbo (wife and kids love it)Or Braised beef cheeks with red wine. You can also do spaghetti Bolognese, a beef joint for Sundays, lamb, any stews. Season well and you'll have a winner every time with no effort. I used to slow cook pork and cider and the above in the bistro I worked and got good reviews each time.


Nice I'll give it a shot been looking for ages but now it's winter might buy one

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