3L Stainless steel Slow Cooker £10 @ Asda instore.
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3L Stainless steel Slow Cooker £10 @ Asda instore.

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Worth it just to make a slow cooker breakfast , best thing ever
If you haven't got a slow cooker at winter you really are missing out.
Make sure you don't need a 6L.
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fadsarmy20 h, 22 m ago

Make sure you don't need a 6L.


That's what I'm looking for, at sub £15/£20
Bushes12th Jan

If you haven't got a slow cooker at winter you really are missing out.


used to think the same until i got an electric multicooker/pressure cooker now it gets used instead of the slow cooker as it is so much better, it browns, pressure cooks, slow cooks and automatically switches to keep warm at the end of the program, food tastes better from it and i now have less steam in the kitchen and it is a lot easier to clean.
blootoon76332 m ago

used to think the same until i got an electric multicooker/pressure cooker …used to think the same until i got an electric multicooker/pressure cooker now it gets used instead of the slow cooker as it is so much better, it browns, pressure cooks, slow cooks and automatically switches to keep warm at the end of the program, food tastes better from it and i now have less steam in the kitchen and it is a lot easier to clean.


I'd always be on edge everytime I went in the kitchen while a pressure cookers on
blootoon76359 m ago

used to think the same until i got an electric multicooker/pressure cooker …used to think the same until i got an electric multicooker/pressure cooker now it gets used instead of the slow cooker as it is so much better, it browns, pressure cooks, slow cooks and automatically switches to keep warm at the end of the program, food tastes better from it and i now have less steam in the kitchen and it is a lot easier to clean.


Never had any hassle with steam from my slow cooker, there cant be much surely due to the nature of cooking? I also have a programmable electric slow cooker and the program times are very subjective - I use it for rice and it always gets the timing wrong.
sprite1275941 h, 16 m ago

I'd always be on edge everytime I went in the kitchen while a pressure …I'd always be on edge everytime I went in the kitchen while a pressure cookers on


looks like you have memories of your grans old pressure cooker the newer breed of electric ones you would not even notice they are on
Bushes52 m ago

Never had any hassle with steam from my slow cooker, there cant be much …Never had any hassle with steam from my slow cooker, there cant be much surely due to the nature of cooking? I also have a programmable electric slow cooker and the program times are very subjective - I use it for rice and it always gets the timing wrong.


no hassle as such but the gravy always reduces a fair amount in a slow cooker while the pressure cooker you would not see much if any difference as it is a sealed unit and only releases a small bit of steam before it closes the valve.
blootoon7631 h, 11 m ago

no hassle as such but the gravy always reduces a fair amount in a slow …no hassle as such but the gravy always reduces a fair amount in a slow cooker while the pressure cooker you would not see much if any difference as it is a sealed unit and only releases a small bit of steam before it closes the valve.


Fair enough, id consider getting a pressure cooker but only when my slow cooker pops its clogs - my kitchen is tiny and space is a premium. What model of pressure cooker do you have?
Bushes1 h, 10 m ago

Fair enough, id consider getting a pressure cooker but only when my slow …Fair enough, id consider getting a pressure cooker but only when my slow cooker pops its clogs - my kitchen is tiny and space is a premium. What model of pressure cooker do you have?


I have a Jamie Oliver branded machine made by Tefal that i picked up for £15 in a charity shop and a cookworks one, of the two it is usually the cookworks one that is used as it has more programs for rice, slow cooker +++
blootoon76315 m ago

I have a Jamie Oliver branded machine made by Tefal that i picked up for …I have a Jamie Oliver branded machine made by Tefal that i picked up for £15 in a charity shop and a cookworks one, of the two it is usually the cookworks one that is used as it has more programs for rice, slow cooker +++


I have a tefal electronic slow cooker which I use mainly for rice, extremely easy to clean just like the pot in your cookworks one. Would defo upgrade to pressure cooker style of slow cooker. Makes me want to dig out my 50 year old pressure cooker which you just stick in the hob.
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