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Morphy Richards - 6.5L Silver Slowcooker £23.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 29th Sep
Slow cooking is one of the healthiest and most cost effective methods of cooking and this 6.5L Ceramic Slow Cooker can serve 8 starter portions or 6 main dishes comfortably, making it ideal for family meals.

  • Oval shape: Ideal for joints of meat as well as casseroles, curries and chillies.
  • Capacity 6.5 litres: Suitable for family and entertaining.
  • Brushed Stainless Steel (titanium): Cooking vessel can be put directly onto the table.
  • 3 settings: low, medium & high to suit different cooking times and recipes.
  • Toughened glass lid: To view cooking without letting heat escape.
  • Removable pot: Ideal serving dish
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@MrBaz thanks for posting, it's a deal of the day, missing the expiry
Stupidly cheap one in Aldi at the moment for £14.99. Slightly smaller I think, bought one, absolutely transformed my Sunday Roast. Wanna try other stuff in it now. Guess it effectively mariantes the food as it cooks.
Edited by: "Sphere" 29th Sep
Amazing price. We paid more than this for the small one.

Incidentally, my wife is using it today to slow cook sweet and sour beef.
Just had a lamb-roast dinner. The lamb, cooked in one of these, fell off the bone. Just needs searing in a frying pan on all sides before putting it in & setting the controls for the heart of the sun
Could anyone who’s actually got this recommend this over a Wilko Multicooker (attached)? Currently I have this and use it for batch cooking chicken at the w/end. The reason I bought the Wilko one was because at the time it was only £10. It’s not a dedicated slow cooker which I wanted initially, but at the time there wasn’t any on offer. Any advice would be very much appreciated. Thanks
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MICKYBLUE29/09/2019 19:18

Could anyone who’s actually got this recommend this over a Wilko M …Could anyone who’s actually got this recommend this over a Wilko Multicooker (attached)? Currently I have this and use it for batch cooking chicken at the w/end. The reason I bought the Wilko one was because at the time it was only £10. It’s not a dedicated slow cooker which I wanted initially, but at the time there wasn’t any on offer. Any advice would be very much appreciated. Thanks [Image]


If it slow cooks as well, I'd say jobs a good'un. If you're not happy with it slow cooking, then that's a different matter. That price looks like an absolute steal if it does all that well though.
Sphere29/09/2019 09:49

Stupidly cheap one in Aldi at the moment for £14.99. Slightly smaller I …Stupidly cheap one in Aldi at the moment for £14.99. Slightly smaller I think, bought one, absolutely transformed my Sunday Roast. Wanna try other stuff in it now. Guess it effectively mariantes the food as it cooks.


Yep it does a Sunday roast no end of favours. Also good for making a ragu, slow cooking ox cheek and we're fans of tagines which they really lend themselves to well as well.
palsapal29/09/2019 19:08

Just had a lamb-roast dinner. The lamb, cooked in one of these, fell off …Just had a lamb-roast dinner. The lamb, cooked in one of these, fell off the bone. Just needs searing in a frying pan on all sides before putting it in & setting the controls for the heart of the sun


We always roast ours (all roasts) at the end, then let rest for 30 min.
Ordered thanks xx
Sphere29/09/2019 09:49

Stupidly cheap one in Aldi at the moment for £14.99. Slightly smaller I …Stupidly cheap one in Aldi at the moment for £14.99. Slightly smaller I think, bought one, absolutely transformed my Sunday Roast. Wanna try other stuff in it now. Guess it effectively mariantes the food as it cooks.


How does it improve the Sunday roast?
We have the sear and stew version ,£25 around 3 years ago,its very good....its not actually that slow making soup and stews.I've made a full pot of soup or stew in 3-4 hours....very easy to clean as well.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 29th Sep
I've got this, it's good but I wish it was one that you can use to sear stuff first!
simandoo29/09/2019 21:18

I've got this, it's good but I wish it was one that you can use to sear …I've got this, it's good but I wish it was one that you can use to sear stuff first!


Thats actually the one we got,just checked my Amazon history lol
You get these for 15/20 quid in tesco
The missus bought the best slow cooker about 2 years ago, its so slow she still hasn't &^%$ used it!
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