Daewoo 5.5L Digital Slow Cooker Stainless Steel £19.99 (Free C&C) @ Robert Dyas
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Daewoo 5.5L Digital Slow Cooker Stainless Steel £19.99 (Free C&C) @ Robert Dyas

£19.99£39.9950%Robert Dyas Deals
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Found 16th JanEdited by:"matwalaboy"
Good bit of kit at a decent price. Free C&C or otherwise £3.50 for delivery.

There is also the code JAN19DM which takes £5 off a spend of £25 if you clubbed with something else - thanks @bigblackdog for pointing

Overview
Cook delicious meals for up to 6 people with this easy-to-use 5.5 litre slow cooker.

Once you’ve chosen your ingredients, simply pop them in the cooking pot, adjust the timer and choose from either the high or low heat setting.

You can then let the appliance do all the work and safely leave it to cook overnight as you are sleeping or whilst you are out going about your day.

Features and Benefits
  • 30 minutes to 20 hours countdown – flexibility to cook meals quickly or for much longer periods of time.
  • Digital temperature control – adjust temperature as needed.
  • Cool touch housing – means you can touch the slow cooker assured that you will not burn yourself.
  • Tempered glass lid – allows you to take a peek at the food without having to remove lid.

Specifications
  • Capacity: 5.5L
  • Weight: 6.5kg
  • Dimensions: H21 x W34cm
  • Colour: Stainless Steel/Black

Hope it helps someone.
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That'll be the Daewoo
there is another posting that gives £5 off a 25 spend,so poss a deal to be had
bigblackdog13 m ago

there is another posting that gives £5 off a 25 spend,so poss a deal to be …there is another posting that gives £5 off a 25 spend,so poss a deal to be had


Nice one - added to op and credited
Great price but in my experience this is a bit too big - you want a slow cook to stew in its own juices whereas when I had one with these dimensions the juice tended to evaporate.

I bought a smaller one in a car boot for 10p about 30 years ago, still using it to this day. Maybe I should post that. Prob about 1/150th of a p per meal.
WessexUnderwater5 m ago

Great price but in my experience this is a bit too big - you want a slow …Great price but in my experience this is a bit too big - you want a slow cook to stew in its own juices whereas when I had one with these dimensions the juice tended to evaporate. I bought a smaller one in a car boot for 10p about 30 years ago, still using it to this day. Maybe I should post that. Prob about 1/150th of a p per meal.


Wow 10p cooker still going after 30 years / that surely has to be the best 10p ever spent record
WessexUnderwater1 h, 40 m ago

Great price but in my experience this is a bit too big - you want a slow …Great price but in my experience this is a bit too big - you want a slow cook to stew in its own juices whereas when I had one with these dimensions the juice tended to evaporate. I bought a smaller one in a car boot for 10p about 30 years ago, still using it to this day. Maybe I should post that. Prob about 1/150th of a p per meal.


Back in those days car boot stuff used to cost under 50p, now they made a business selling stuff for £100
WessexUnderwater4 h, 22 m ago

Great price but in my experience this is a bit too big - you want a slow …Great price but in my experience this is a bit too big - you want a slow cook to stew in its own juices whereas when I had one with these dimensions the juice tended to evaporate. I bought a smaller one in a car boot for 10p about 30 years ago, still using it to this day. Maybe I should post that. Prob about 1/150th of a p per meal.


Not as much of a deal as this, but on a related note I just recently bought a pressure cooker and that's the main advantage I've found so far - no evaporation, so even though it's a 6 litre pot, it really gets the flavours out.

Plus it takes 15 mins instead of 3 hours! Can't recommend pressure cookers enough.
My sister bought me this slow cooker for Christmas as I've always thought of having one. Used it for the first time last weekend to make a spag bol. It's brilliant, it got really hot on the high setting so next time I'll set to low and go slow. It's quite large so I'm not sure how suitable it would be just to make one meal in it at a time, but it will undoubtedly still be more energy efficient than using the oven.

With the Spag bol, I made a big batch and decanted the rest and froze them. The timer is a great feature and after the set time has expired the cooker turns itself on a automatic warm up mode. I never experienced any evaporation (as previously mentioned) however I did leave the glass lid on throughout cooking and never took it off as this is apparently a big no, no for slow cooking.

Thus far I would highly recommend this cooker 🏻
MoneyEyes16th Jan

That'll be the Daewoo


So this will just end up in the garage not being used?
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Nut82uk18th Jan

My sister bought me this slow cooker for Christmas as I've always thought …My sister bought me this slow cooker for Christmas as I've always thought of having one. Used it for the first time last weekend to make a spag bol. It's brilliant, it got really hot on the high setting so next time I'll set to low and go slow. It's quite large so I'm not sure how suitable it would be just to make one meal in it at a time, but it will undoubtedly still be more energy efficient than using the oven.With the Spag bol, I made a big batch and decanted the rest and froze them. The timer is a great feature and after the set time has expired the cooker turns itself on a automatic warm up mode. I never experienced any evaporation (as previously mentioned) however I did leave the glass lid on throughout cooking and never took it off as this is apparently a big no, no for slow cooking. Thus far I would highly recommend this cooker 🏻


Did you not need to fry some ingredients for the bolognese sauce before puttin in the slow cooker? as well as having to coo the pasta separately?
peakbear2 m ago

Did you not need to fry some ingredients for the bolognese sauce before …Did you not need to fry some ingredients for the bolognese sauce before puttin in the slow cooker? as well as having to coo the pasta separately?


I didn't fry the meat first, but I know with certain meats it is recommended to do so. I cooked the pasta separately once the slow cooker had finished cooking.
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