To OP, I have the Breville brand. I use it 1-2 times per week, mainly in the cooler months.
- Massaman curry
- Maryland chicken casserole
- lentil soups or split pea
- beef stroganoff
- osso bucco
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03-07-2014 03:57 #11
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03-07-2014 04:39 #12Senior Member
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I have one, I like it, but don't use it as much as I like to because you have to be organised!
Also when I work I leave the house at 6am, so that's at least 12 hours before I would eat the meal and that's too long.
Mine is Morphy Richards; I don't like it because it doesn't have high/low settings at all, it's just all one setting, and the book doesn't even specify which one! So it was/is hard sometimes to know how long to cook for. But I got it from my Flybuys points so I can't complain too much I guess.
I feel I must point out though that it's not recommended (sorry PP's) to leave meat out unrefrigerated to start cooking on a timer. Nor is it recommended to cook a large piece of meat from frozen, as this takes too long to come up to temperature in the middle. Both are not good food safety practices.
03-07-2014 04:55 #13
Yep. I use mine regularly. Love it!
I actually think it takes less organisation than other meals. I chop everything up, chuck it in and turn it on.
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03-07-2014 05:25 #14Senior Member
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- Nov 2008
I use mine multiple times a week, it has a timer and then it switches automatically to keep warm for 4 hours which is fantastic for work.
My favourites in the SC are pulled pork, butter chicken, and bolognese.
A few times a week I bake bread, focaccia, and cakes in there too.
We put scrolls on for lunches every couple of days
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03-07-2014 06:14 #15Senior Member
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I have a sunbeam banquet - big square one. I got it as a gift. It is a bit big but I love slow cooker meals. I make a lot of packet ones. I also do a pepper steak pie - cook meat and gravy in slow cooker and then cover with puff pastry and finish in oven. I also have a tiny two serve one from tArget which I use to cook baby food and dinner when hubby is out of town and it's just me and ds1.
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