Tesco Crock-Pot Slow Cooker, 3.5L - Black £18 free C&C + Clubcard points
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Tesco Crock-Pot Slow Cooker, 3.5L - Black £18 free C&C + Clubcard points

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Found 7th Jan
Traditional slow cooker with high and low settings plus keep warm
3.5L removable pot is made from stoneware to use as serving dish
Pot is oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe. H28xW35xD26cm

You can serve delicious, wholesome food with the Crock-Pot® 3.5L traditional slow cooker. It has 3 heat settings, depending on the recipe and time constraints.

The removable pot is made of stoneware and can be used in the microwave, oven, refrigerator or freezer. The pot can also act as a serving dish.

Great deal, the lowest I've seen it for a while now..

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I bought one earlier today, newbie to slow cookers, so hope its good

How much usually?

ikky101

How much usually?


People buy slow cookers all the time and never use them.

So you can often pick one up locally (ebay or gumtree) cheap as chips.

I wouldn't be too fussed about brand name, they are all much of a muchness. I've got an Argos value one and it cooks as good as any other.

Having said that, £18 with free C&C is a decent price for a branded 3.5L slow cooker.

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ikky101

How much usually?


Usually over £25, can find on Amazon for £20 with prime.
also, different prices for different colours, not easy to find the 3.5L black one

Non at the shelf in Stockport
Picked up a Tesco branded one for £10 for 3ltr though

ikky101

Non at the shelf in Stockport :(Picked up a Tesco branded one for £10 for … Non at the shelf in Stockport :(Picked up a Tesco branded one for £10 for 3ltr though



​why look in Stockport when you can order online and have delivered to Stockport?

johallington1

I bought one earlier today, newbie to slow cookers, so hope its good



​its a good one, but it's a fairly "fast" slow cooker. my old one didn't cook as quick as this one.

dewonderful

People buy slow cookers all the time and never use them. So you can often … People buy slow cookers all the time and never use them. So you can often pick one up locally (ebay or gumtree) cheap as chips. I wouldn't be too fussed about brand name, they are all much of a muchness. I've got an Argos value one and it cooks as good as any other.Having said that, £18 with free C&C is a decent price for a branded 3.5L slow cooker.



​Cool story.

I have had this one for a year now and I love it. Having never had one before I did wonder if I would bother using it once the novelty wore off but I still use it at least twice a week

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lisadee38

I have had this one for a year now and I love it. Having never had one … I have had this one for a year now and I love it. Having never had one before I did wonder if I would bother using it once the novelty wore off but I still use it at least twice a week


What meals do you tend to cook in it? Any good recommendations?

Bought the 5.7 litre version from Sainsburys before Xmas. Reduced from £50 to £28...used double up Nectar points so £14.

Quality bit of kit. Really well made.

dewonderful

People buy slow cookers all the time and never use them. So you can often … People buy slow cookers all the time and never use them. So you can often pick one up locally (ebay or gumtree) cheap as chips. I wouldn't be too fussed about brand name, they are all much of a muchness. I've got an Argos value one and it cooks as good as any other.Having said that, £18 with free C&C is a decent price for a branded 3.5L slow cooker.



​Not true, a lot of the cheap ones cook too quickly, even on the low setting

If you want a slightly larger one Very have Swan 5.5l ones for £14.99 at the moment.

Black, Steel

can this be used as a rice cooker as well?

vtailor

can this be used as a rice cooker as well?



​Not if you want your rice in 15 mins

BrianSewell

What meals do you tend to cook in it? Any good recommendations?



​Meat! Most meat will cook to juicy tenderness in a slow cooker. Cheap pork, beef, even a whole chicken. Stews are a good all rounder, Mediterranean dishes, spicy nonsense - the lot

Best slow cooker advice ever - LEAVE THE LID ON!! Every time you take the lid off for a quick taste, add half an hour cooking time.

Is there any difference between the one posted and argos.co.uk/pro…476 ? (Apart from cost/colour/handle design).

I was going to collect the Argos one tomorrow but just seen your post, so not sure whether to get the Tesco one instead.

Tried to look to compare the product details for you, but they give quite different product info.

germainsophie

Is there any difference between the one posted and … Is there any difference between the one posted and http://www.argos.co.uk/product/1217476 ? (Apart from cost/colour/handle design).I was going to collect the Argos one tomorrow but just seen your post, so not sure whether to get the Tesco one instead.

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3.5l isn't big enough for a chicken btw

What size is?

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johallington1

What size is?



small

johallington1

What size is?



The safest size for a full chicken would be a 6.5L one.

Loubou

The safest size for a full chicken would be a 6.5L one.


Thanks Loubou, new to all of this.
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