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Morphy Richards 6.5 Litre Slow Cooker : £19.99 @ Argos (Instore & Online)
Morphy Richards 6.5 Litre Slow Cooker : £19.99 @ Argos (Instore & Online)

Morphy Richards 6.5 Litre Slow Cooker : £19.99 @ Argos (Instore & Online)

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Less than half price - was £49.99

* Polished stainless steel.
* 330 watts.
* 6.5 litre capacity.
* Toughened glass lid.
* Removable ceramic pot.
* Dishwasher safe ceramic pot and lid.
* Cool touch handles.
* Non slip feet.
* Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.


Also available on Amazon.co.uk at: amazon.co.uk/Mor…8-1

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Great price for this slow cooker with a removable pot too already got one, great for the winter, heat added.

Good slow cooker especially at this price.

Slow cooking is great method for tasty low cost food. Cheaper meat cuts can be cooked and will be perfectly tender and have more flavour. You can use less meat and more veggies as the flavour is absorbed into everything. And it's really simple to do: 10 mins preparation in the morning and lovely hot food waiting for you when you get home.

I can't tell if this is the same one, but Amazon has a Morphy Richards stainless steel slow cooker 6.5L capacity also on sale for £19.99. The one on Amazon is advertised as 350W, while that on Argos is 330W. amazon.co.uk/Mor…8-1 Thought it might interest those looking for a slow cooker but doesn't live near an Argos.

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westbrom;7093475

Great price for this slow cooker with a removable pot too already got … Great price for this slow cooker with a removable pot too already got one, great for the winter, heat added.



Agreed - I came across this deal quite by accident. I bought a 3.5 litre Morphy Richards for the same price a few months ago, and the wife and I are chuffed to bits with it.

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CuteCutie;7093612

I can't tell if this is the same one, but Amazon has a Morphy Richards … I can't tell if this is the same one, but Amazon has a Morphy Richards stainless steel slow cooker 6.5L capacity also on sale for £19.99. The one on Amazon is advertised as 350W, while that on Argos is 330W. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Morphy-Richards-48715-Cooker-Stainless/dp/B0000C6WH1/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=kitchen&qid=1259849818&sr=8-1 Thought it might interest those looking for a slow cooker but doesn't live near an Argos.



I would hazard a guess that they are the same. Good find though, and its worth noting that the Amazon deal offers free delivery too :thumbsup: rep added

nice deal, need one for cooking the beef on xmas

this might proove useful for those buying this

justslowcooking.com/ind…tml


theres millions of recipes there..

How about this one.....

Coca-Cola Pot Roast

3 lb Beef
2 tb Oil
1 cn Tomatoes
1 c Coca-Cola
1 ea Onions, chopped
1 pk Spaghetti sauce mix
1 1/2 ts Salt
1/2 ts Garlic salt


Brown meat in oil for ten minutes on each side; remove to slow cooker. Drain fat. Break up tomatoes in their juice; add remaining ingredients, stirring until spaghetti sauce mix is dissolved. Pour over meat. Cover; simmer until meat is tender. Thicken gravy; serve over sliced meat.

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DJbarney;7094022

this might proove useful for those buying … this might proove useful for those buying thishttp://www.justslowcooking.com/index.htmltheres millions of recipes there..How about this one.....Coca-Cola Pot Roast3 lb Beef2 tb Oil1 cn Tomatoes1 c Coca-Cola1 ea Onions, chopped1 pk Spaghetti sauce mix1 1/2 ts Salt1/2 ts Garlic saltBrown meat in oil for ten minutes on each side; remove to slow cooker. Drain fat. Break up tomatoes in their juice; add remaining ingredients, stirring until spaghetti sauce mix is dissolved. Pour over meat. Cover; simmer until meat is tender. Thicken gravy; serve over sliced meat.



Nice one, that is one handy link. Thanks :thumbsup:

I must say I find our slow cooker particularly good for making soups. Nothing goes to waste in our house, the left overs are usually turned in to a soup concoction of some kind!. The big win with the slow cooker is that the soup/stock doesn't disipate and vapourise!

Hi, does anyone know if the "Removable ceramic pot" can be used on a Ceramic Hob as a large stew pot. Thanks

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roister;7095904

Hi, does anyone know if the "Removable ceramic pot" can be used on a … Hi, does anyone know if the "Removable ceramic pot" can be used on a Ceramic Hob as a large stew pot. Thanks



I am not too sure on that one. I think they are ok to use in the oven, but on a hob I suspect not. Somebody may be able to correct me on this...

roister;7095904

Hi, does anyone know if the "Removable ceramic pot" can be used on a … Hi, does anyone know if the "Removable ceramic pot" can be used on a Ceramic Hob as a large stew pot. Thanks



Im not too sure - a couple of years ago a put the pot to my mums slow cooker in the oven and it cracked!

lord_trumpington;7098584

I am not too sure on that one. I think they are ok to use in the oven, … I am not too sure on that one. I think they are ok to use in the oven, but on a hob I suspect not. Somebody may be able to correct me on this...



I've got one & think they are the same.
I haven't used it in the oven but my daughter has.
Wouldn't say you could use it on the hob.

OMG Im excited about a SLOW cooker, im turning into an oldy, lol no offence to oldies BTW

Hot deal

No, you can't use it in an oven or on a hob. What you can do is take the lid off and turn it up to 'High' and simmer your stew like that.

Excellent machine. Pot roasted some brisket the other week and it was falling apart just from being looked at.

is a big one

Just as a *warning*, this slow cooker will be GIGANTIC! I have a 5.5l Frigidaire one, that looks not dissimilar to this one, and its absolutely huge. I could bath one of my mum's yappy yorkies in it.... if I was so inclined :w00t: Unless you have a fair sized family, this will prob be way too large, unless you do a lot of bulk cooking/ freezing. you could get about four kilos of mince in this!


Anyone in Glasgow want to swap my used once 5.5l Frigidaire, for a smaller one of theirs? :thumbsup:

therealslimkaty;7101877

Just as a *warning*, this slow cooker will be GIGANTIC! I have a 5.5l … Just as a *warning*, this slow cooker will be GIGANTIC! I have a 5.5l Frigidaire one, that looks not dissimilar to this one, and its absolutely huge. I could bath one of my mum's yappy yorkies in it.... if I was so inclined :w00t: Unless you have a fair sized family, this will prob be way too large, unless you do a lot of bulk cooking/ freezing. you could get about four kilos of mince in this! Anyone in Glasgow want to swap my used once 5.5l Frigidaire, for a smaller one of theirs? :thumbsup:



Great new way of saying how big something is ....how many yorkies could you bath in it...so much more easy to imagine than 6.5 litres REP added for the smile you gave me. :thumbsup:

DJbarney;7094022

this might proove useful for those buying … this might proove useful for those buying thishttp://www.justslowcooking.com/index.html



Rep given for a great link

Thank you. Bought this for £24.99 a few days back. Took it back and ordered at the new price.Heat added

Thanks OP, just ordered.

These slow cookers are FANTASTIC - my dad has one, he uses it all the time and he's 84, at this price, voted hot !

agnes;7102496

Great new way of saying how big something is ....how many yorkies could … Great new way of saying how big something is ....how many yorkies could you bath in it...so much more easy to imagine than 6.5 litres REP added for the smile you gave me. :thumbsup:



haha thankyou! I was actually going to say a baby.. as the pot is so big it reminds me of a baptismal font, but the idea of a baby in a slow cooker pot.... :cry:

Le Cube Blanc;7103789

These slow cookers are FANTASTIC - my dad has one, he uses it all the … These slow cookers are FANTASTIC - my dad has one, he uses it all the time and he's 84, at this price, voted hot !



Awww good on your ole dad, where does he live, i want to come round for dinner!

The one time I used mine, I made barbecue pork ribs, and they were so tender by the time they were cooked, that when i tried to lift them out individually, the bones slid right off the meat! Absolutely delicious, but i had a plate of tender meat and no bones, which kinda defeats the fun of ribs.

thanks reserved one

I'm getting a Slow Cooker for my OH for crimbo.

I research things to the n'th degree and up until recently (when the webpage was updated) WHICH? had reviews for 2 Morphy Richards slow cookers; this one and the 48710 3.5 litre model. The 3.5 came out slightly better as the larger one is indeed both huge and was prone to slightly over cooking (but only slightly).

The 3.5 litre MR currently in Argos is a different model number so difficult to tell if it is the same as the Best Buy 48710.

I have now opted for a 4.5 litre Breville, at Argos for £23, as it gives you a more family sized pot than the 3.5 litre models but without stretching to the huge capacity of the 6.5 litre MR.

There are 2 Breville's as Best Buys now on the WHICH? website and although the one in Argos is a slightly different model I'm hoping it will be as good as the two reviewed models.

Having seen both the MR and Breville, I prefer the controls on the Breville. The knob feels slightly more robust.

Mottmania

:thumbsup: Thanks for the info!!

Mottmania;7107586

I'm getting a Slow Cooker for my OH for crimbo.I research things to the … I'm getting a Slow Cooker for my OH for crimbo.I research things to the n'th degree and up until recently (when the webpage was updated) WHICH? had reviews for 2 Morphy Richards slow cookers; this one and the 48710 3.5 litre model. The 3.5 came out slightly better as the larger one is indeed both huge and was prone to slightly over cooking (but only slightly).The 3.5 litre MR currently in Argos is a different model number so difficult to tell if it is the same as the Best Buy 48710.I have now opted for a 4.5 litre Breville, at Argos for £23, as it gives you a more family sized pot than the 3.5 litre models but without stretching to the huge capacity of the 6.5 litre MR.There are 2 Breville's as Best Buys now on the WHICH? website and although the one in Argos is a slightly different model I'm hoping it will be as good as the two reviewed models.Having seen both the MR and Breville, I prefer the controls on the Breville. The knob feels slightly more robust.Mottmania

Looks like the 48733 has replaced the 48710 that was also a WHICH? Best Buy. You can still get that in Amazon for £19.99. It's the 48733 that Argos stock.

I hope the Breville turns out OK, but I do prefer having a just a bit more capacity so 4.5 litres for £23 is still a pretty good buy.

Mottmania

Saw these for ten quid in tesco's a couple of days ago.

Mottmania;7107586

I'm getting a Slow Cooker for my OH for crimbo.I research things to the … I'm getting a Slow Cooker for my OH for crimbo.I research things to the n'th degree and up until recently (when the webpage was updated) WHICH? had reviews for 2 Morphy Richards slow cookers; this one and the 48710 3.5 litre model. The 3.5 came out slightly better as the larger one is indeed both huge and was prone to slightly over cooking (but only slightly).The 3.5 litre MR currently in Argos is a different model number so difficult to tell if it is the same as the Best Buy 48710.I have now opted for a 4.5 litre Breville, at Argos for £23, as it gives you a more family sized pot than the 3.5 litre models but without stretching to the huge capacity of the 6.5 litre MR.There are 2 Breville's as Best Buys now on the WHICH? website and although the one in Argos is a slightly different model I'm hoping it will be as good as the two reviewed models.Having seen both the MR and Breville, I prefer the controls on the Breville. The knob feels slightly more robust.Mottmania


Can you put that pot in the dishwasher though? The description only says the lid.
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