ASDA Slow Cooker for £10.00 @ Asda direct (3L)
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ASDA Slow Cooker for £10.00 @ Asda direct (3L)

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Found 3rd Nov 2012
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Our Asda Slow Cooker is a great way to cook a meal without having to stand in the kitchen for hours. With a stylish brushed steel finish and inner ceramic pot it has a 3 litre capacity so you can fit plenty in it. You can choose to cook your food on the high or low settings, perfect to fit cooking in around the rest of your day!
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Slow cookers can be a wonderful addition to a
kitchen. Chuck it in, leave it and then enjoy a
great meal. This seems a great deal and thanks
for the post.
Great price, dont know if Id rather get this or the 3.5l one from Tesco. Is there a huge difference between how much food you can actually get in them between 3l and 3.5l? *confizzled*
In addition, to wives these are amazing items to have in a kitchen
tomhukd

Great price, dont know if Id rather get this or the 3.5l one from Tesco. … Great price, dont know if Id rather get this or the 3.5l one from Tesco. Is there a huge difference between how much food you can actually get in them between 3l and 3.5l? *confizzled*




About 0.5 of a litre i believe.
The Tesco one has a warm setting which is ideal if someone is late coming home for dinner.
tomhukd

Great price, dont know if Id rather get this or the 3.5l one from Tesco. … Great price, dont know if Id rather get this or the 3.5l one from Tesco. Is there a huge difference between how much food you can actually get in them between 3l and 3.5l? *confizzled*


For 2 people the 3.5 will be fine if its for anymore you'd be better getting a bigger size
I've got a slow cooker....the wife
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tomhukd

Great price, dont know if Id rather get this or the 3.5l one from Tesco. … Great price, dont know if Id rather get this or the 3.5l one from Tesco. Is there a huge difference between how much food you can actually get in them between 3l and 3.5l? *confizzled*


Not enough to make it a deciding factor, either will make enough for several days food...

But personally I wouldn't go for either, I'd go for the 6L one currently at Aldi for £20. Might be twice the price, but it's twice the size and you'll be able to make enough in one go to have a few days food, and also freeze some (it's a perfect size - I use a 6L pot on the woodburner and it makes a crapload of food
you will have a laugh with teh 6L, I got a morphy richards 6L and had to return it when i saw the size of it. The 3.5L will doe a family of 4 no bother, I like the ASDA one but I retired mine for an oval Morphy Richards.
cavegirl12

The Tesco one has a warm setting which is ideal if someone is late coming … The Tesco one has a warm setting which is ideal if someone is late coming home for dinner.

low setting would do the same thing
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Fabulous machines, can cook almost anything, including casseroles, stewed fruit, chutneys and also roast chicken (Really!).

You can buy cheap (Tough!) cuts of meat and when they are done they are succulent and almost fall apart. Safe enough to leave on all day and costs pennies to run.

These things really are a cheap, easy way to cook. The only downside is that you have to plan meals in advance.
tasteofwales

low setting would do the same thing



For the Tesco slow cooker, low setting will char the food if left for too long and there's not enough broth. Warm is the best in this situation, as the heat is around 70 - 80 degrees with this setting. I don't know about the ASDA one, but just in case somebody is interested, as both slow cookers seem to be of the same type. Maybe the wattage will be different for the ASDA brand. Hopefully someone can shed light on whether the ASDA's slow cooker is different.

Source: My burnt beef.

Edited by: "BadBunny" 3rd Nov 2012
is the inner ceramic pot removable for cleaning?
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tipsy1973

you will have a laugh with teh 6L, I got a morphy richards 6L and had to … you will have a laugh with teh 6L, I got a morphy richards 6L and had to return it when i saw the size of it. The 3.5L will doe a family of 4 no bother


If you want to cook every (other) night, that's fine. I like the bigger pots because they make enough food for me & partner for 4 or 5 nights, plus I take some to work as well for lunch
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