Summary: A great piece of kit for the kitchen. Just fill it up and off you go. Come back in the evening to a perfectly cooked dinner. The only thing to watch out for is it can stick if you put it on high and leave it too long.
Very pleased, nice big slow cooker, not much difference between low and medium though?
9 January 2015
Summary: I've never owned a slow cooker before, so asked friends who had them, and did loads of research online before deciding on this one. I have been experimenting with different dishes and methods.....These are my thoughts: Its a great size, I've cooked whole chickens, legs of lamb, mince and porridge so far, the meat has always turned out great, the porridge I wouldn't bother with again, it cooks very quickly (about 2 hrs on low) Chicken with loads of root veg / tin of...
Summary: really nice piece of kit. substantial not flimsy with nice ceramic inner that can be used as serving dish. Big capacity for cooking joints or whole chickens but not a huge item overall on the work surface. Great buy, great price.
Summary: I like this slow cooker, it looks nice and does what it should. I went for the larger size and don't regret it at all. One thing Morphy Richards do on these low priced models is have a light when it's switched on. Not all similar models from other manufacturers have the light and I feel that makes them less suitable for use in my home as I can imagine leaving it on by accident....with this one you have a bright light to remind you it's still switched on!!
A Christmas present for a family who wanted a big slow cooker.
Liz 07, Debenhams
26 November 2014
Summary: Hope you like it. Very large, 6.5L slow cooker. Suitable for a large family or large family gatherings. Haven't tried this particular model but find they are very useful if you want to make a stew ,for example, in the morning and have it ready for the evening meal.
Summary: I'd been mulling over whether or not to buy a slow cooker for a while.... lots of people were telling me how theirs saved them loads of time - and now that I've got two kids, one only a small baby, time is one thing I definitely need more of, so I did a bit of research and decided on this one.
Summary: This is my 2nd Morphy Richards slow cooker, I have a smaller one too! My new 6.5 litres could quite easily cook a whole joint in it - I have a big family so I needed one in preparation for Christmas. I already knew how good this cooker was because my smaller one is always on the go - it's like coming in from work to someone who has cooked for you all day long! Easy to use - easy to clean and highly recommended!
Summary: Used just the once so far , easy to use , decent instruction booklet ( plus some recipes) . I used it on the low setting and the flavour of my Chicken casserole was lovely . The only reason ( so far ) I did not give it 5 stars is it was even on low quite fast for a slow cooker . It took just 6 and a half hours , so if you do go out all day this might be worth noting .
Good design, shiny stainless steel, nice large dish.
10 July 2014
Summary: Pleased with this purchase, nice large dish so very suitable for 6 to 8 portions. Smart, shiny stainless steel . Only used once so far, but plan to use it several times a week as it makes cooking so much easier, being able to leave it on during the day knowing the meal will be ready after a day out.
Summary: I have cooked some wonderful meals in this cooker and the large capacity enables me to make double sized batches so I can freeze the rest. I always start by using the highest setting for an hour or so and then turn it down to low - I would prefer it if the lowest setting was even lower as most meals (stews, curries, chillies etc.) only take 4-5 hours or less. If you are working all day, it would be better to have a setting that takes 7-8 hours.