Quest 35260 Slow Cooker / 1.5 Litres / Compact Stainless Steel / 120W / 3 Temperature Settings / Transparent Toughened Glass Lid / Dishwasher Safe
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Economical– Uses only the energy you need thanks to its smaller capacity, instead of producing lots of extra heat like you would with a regular oven. It sounds obvious, but an indicator light will show you instantly that your slow cooker is on and working. Not every slow cooker has one, especially the very basic models. Keep warm
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For bulk family cooking, look for a stated capacity of around 6 litres (which translates to a usable volume of around 4.5 litres). This will feed five to eight people in one go, and it's ideal if you like batch cooking for the freezer. If you want nutritious, hassle-free hot food take a look at our range of slow cookers. Slow cooking is a great way to prepare hearty meals without the mess and fuss of usual meal prep, simply put all your ingredients in to the slow cooker, set the timer and let it do its magic. The slow cooking process will allow any meat you use to tenderise and all the ingredients and seasoning to come together perfectly; resulting in great tasting, hearty meals which are sure to become future family favourites.Don’t rely on what the box says about the size of your slow cooker, and don’t be swayed by the marketing blurb promising litres of capacity.
Quest 1.5L Slow Cooker - Stainless Steel | Robert Dyas
While there are plenty of tasty recipes that you can whip up in a slow cooker, there are also a few items that you should think twice about before bunging them in. It might promise 6 litres on the box, but you won't get 6 litres’ worth of your favourite recipe in the cooking bowl. Please be aware that we currently cannot arrange for delivery of this product to the following postcodes: AB, FK, HS, IV, KA, KW, PA, PH, ZE, LL58-LL78, IM, TR, BT, PO30-41.Please note some larger products are delivered to kerb-side (the street outside your home), it is at the drivers discretion if they can deliver the item to another location on the property. Pasta - While some people cook pasta in a slow cooker (2% of slow cooker owners we surveyed) it’s difficult to get it right. If you’re planning on being gung-ho doing it anyway, you should either cook it separately and put it in at the end or only add it during the final hour of cooking. Made from brushed stainless steel with a non-slip base, it’s a great way to be more economical with your cooking. It works by trapping the condensation which then acts as a self-baster, so traditionally tough cuts of meat become tender and succulent – and all you need to do is add your ingredients to the pot before you let it works its magic.