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Russell Hobbs Good To Go 6.5L Electric Multi Cooker - £59 (Free Collection) @ Argos

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Cook family favourites that make everyone feel at home with the Russell Hobbs Good to Go Electric Multi-Cooker. The Multi-Cooker has 8 versatile cooking functions; to make tasty meals that make everyone feel at home. From roasting meat or slow cooking casseroles to making flavoursome risottos; you can cook all kinds of tasty meals effortlessly in one 6.5L pot. Choose a variety of functions: sear, roast, sous vide, slow cook, steam, rice, boil and keep warm to make your favourite multi-cooker recipes.

With a removable control panel, you can easily take your piping hot meals straight to the table to serve. Once you're done enjoying your food, you can simply place your pot straight into the dishwasher for easy cleaning.

  • 4 settings that include: boil, .
  • Keep warm function.
  • 6.5 litre working capacity, subject to mixture.
  • Timer.
  • Removable pot.
  • Cool touch body.
General information:

  • Aluminium inner bowl.
  • Dishwasher safe pot and lid.
  • 1000 watts.
  • Weight: 3.14kg.
  • Size H24.4, W45.8, D29.9cm.
  • Accessories included: steam rack and roast rack.
  • Manufacturer's 3 year when registering online guarantee.
  • EAN: 5038061135053.
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    Got a £20 Hairy Bikers slow cooker, same capacity.... What are the benefits of spending a little more on this one? Just asking as I'd like to make more use of this method of meal preparation.
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    This is a multi-cooker. It doesn't just slow cook, it has other functions too. The description says, 'Choose a variety of functions: sear, roast, sous vide, slow cook, steam, rice, boil and keep warm to make your favourite multi-cooker recipes.'

    The slow cooker you've got will just slow cook. This Russell Hobbs is more multi-purpose.

    I think these multi-cookers are great but if you only want to slow cook, the standalone ones like yours are more economical to run over several hours. The wattage on them is a lot lower.

    All depends on your needs. Do you think you would use the other functions on this multi-cooker? (edited)
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    Aren't slower cookers popular because they are cheap to run? This is 1000w, so for most people £0.34 an hour to run, a slow cooker receipe that takes 5 hours would cost £1.70 to cook. That's really expensive for a slow cooker. So I must be missing something, because that surely can't be right. Please someone correct me because I must be wrong.
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    This wouldn't use the whole 1000W on the slow cooking setting but a standalone slow cooker would still be cheaper to run than this. I think these multi-cookers are great but if you want to slow cook, the standalone ones are more economical.
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    Amazing reviews. The only con is the lid is not sealable (doesn't click) and I wish this comes with a push click. However, the cheatsheet is to cover it with foil and place the lid on top.
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    Voted hot!

    You could use a tea towel too or get a slow cooker lid cover for it. I got some slow cooker lid covers on eBay. The seller made them to my specifications. The are made of towelling on one side and a pretty cotton on the other side. The fabric soaks any condensation from the lid to stop it going into the pot and making the food watery.
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    I really recommend this- fantastic for slow cooking but also handy for rice cooking. Feels very high quality and has lots of other features too.
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    Hmmm just ordered a
    New crock pot - wondering if I should return and get this instead.
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    Depends on what you bought
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    yummly.co.uk/rec…ian

    Tried a few recipes from the above website and they came out well.
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