Cookworks 1.5L Compact Slow Cooker £6.99 @ Argos
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Cookworks 1.5L Compact Slow Cooker £6.99 @ Argos

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Found 18th Jul 2017
Looking for a slow cooker and came across this. Thought it was a good deal. Blurb to follow...

This is a fantastic value for money kitchen appliance. Its simple design makes it effortless to use, allowing you to set it up quickly before getting on with your day. The white finish makes it fit aesthetically into most kitchens. Removable ceramic bowl of 1.5L capacity restores heat while an outer cool touch body makes it safe to handle.
120 watts.
Capacity 1.5 litres.
Ceramic bowl.
Cool touch body.
Toughened glass lid.

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Great price thank you.
This size is ideal for one large portion or two medium size so.. good for a single person.. or a couple who aren't too greedy.

I got the Lakelands one.. bit nicer but £22 so this is a bargain as they are all fairly similar. Haven't got to grips with mine yet but it's a healthier cooked food, which requires HEAT!
Edited by: "JamesSmith" 18th Jul 2017
Ready to sit in your cupboard never to be used
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Just reserved a 3.5 litre one at Gateshead. Seemed to be the only North East store that had any in stock.
Edited by: "vodkamartini1" 18th Jul 2017
Just reserved on for Guildford thanks a lot. Been after one of these for a while... great price. Mine certainly won't be sitting in my cupboard.
Great, thanks for that! 3.5L already reserved in my local store. Sweet!
Fantastic thanks. Reserved one.. Weaning a baby at the moment and this is perfect for getting the meats soft before blending.
That's tempting, got a 6.5L one but I barely use it, partially because I'm lazy and partially because it's quite a large thing to have to clean
turnaround37

Ready to sit in your cupboard never to be used


I use mine at least twice a week for casseroles and curries.
vodkamartini1

Just reserved a 3.5 litre one at Gateshead. Seemed to be the only North … Just reserved a 3.5 litre one at Gateshead. Seemed to be the only North East store that had any in stock.


Not checked other stores, but in stock in Cramlington.

Edit: Ah, now out of stock, 1.5L still in stock.
Edited by: "herbertsimpson" 19th Jul 2017
CampGareth

That's tempting, got a 6.5L one but I barely use it, partially because … That's tempting, got a 6.5L one but I barely use it, partially because I'm lazy and partially because it's quite a large thing to have to clean


Hi, not sure if you know that you can buy liners that fit the larger slow cookers. They are like the bags that you buy for steaming vegetables in. I use them all the time in my 6.5 litre slow cooker and cleaning is now a doddle. I got mine in a shop called Home Bargains but I have seen them in other stores. I think they cost a £1 for 8 bags (but I may be wrong), anyway they are not expensive especially considering how much time they save on cleaning the slow cookers.
Edited by: "Obidashi" 19th Jul 2017
I have one of these. It's fairly small but does the job and is great for doing casseroles and curries to take to work.
Obidashi

Hi, not sure if you know that you can buy liners that fit the larger slow … Hi, not sure if you know that you can buy liners that fit the larger slow cookers. They are like the bags that you buy for steaming vegetables in. I use them all the time in my 6.5 litre slow cooker and cleaning is now a doddle. I got mine in a shop called Home Bargains but I have seen them in other stores. I think they cost a £1 for 8 bags (but I may be wrong), anyway they are not expensive especially considering how much time they save on cleaning the slow cookers.


So you fill the bag with food to be cooked, seal it, put it in the slow cooker, then fill the slow cooker with water? Well in that case I might as well get a small ~1 litre stoneware pot and use it instead of the bags! If it fits in the dishwasher that's good enough for me!
Tempted but I have the 330 litre one to feed the 200 of us.
You put the liner in the cooker, add all ingredients put the lid on and cook. When finished and food has been removed, you just throw the liner away. The liners won't be for everyone, but they suit me, I haven't got a dishwasher, and anything that means I haven't got to stand at the kitchen sink washing up, suits me.
umanga

3.5L for £8.49 too.http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5329872


Reserved this at my local. Thank you for the heads up.
turnaround3714 h, 5 m ago

Ready to sit in your cupboard never to be used


Though that can happen, many owners swear by them and use them daily!

Especially good if you can chuck stuff in before work or college etc, then get home to a ready cooked meal.
turnaround37

Ready to sit in your cupboard never to be used


lol I know I still have the cookworks toaster oven lying around
JamesSmith

Though that can happen, many owners swear by them and use them … Though that can happen, many owners swear by them and use them daily!Especially good if you can chuck stuff in before work or college etc, then get home to a ready cooked meal.



yes nothing like a good slow cooked stew when u come home
None in stock ANYWHERE!! Cracked mine cost 3 times prices here. Pity. Great deal! I want one desperately!!! H s l p. !!! Have small and large ones. Use often. Great!!!!!!!
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