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Crock-Pot Sauté Traditional Slow Cooker - 4.7 Litre

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  • Large 4.7 litre capacity, suitable for up to 5 people
  • Features 3 settings - keep warm, low and high
  • Removable stoneware pot can be used on the hob, in the oven, in the microwave and can be placed in the freezer
  • Recipe book with 15 slow cooker recipes
  • Removable dishwasher safe stoneware pot with rinse-clean coating and lid

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  • Product Dimensions: 32 x 23 x 32 cm ; 5 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 5 Kg
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  • Item model number: SC7500
  • ASIN: B000GFGD1O
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 Jan. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,017 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Product Description

Crock-Pot SC7500-IUK 4.7L Sauté Slow Cooker

Why Use a Slow Cooker?

There are many advantages to slow cooking: it can be healthy, convenient, tasty, cost-effective and more economical.

More and more people in the UK own a slow cooker; it's become a modern, trendy way of producing healthy, flavoursome meals with minimal effort. Simply add your ingredients and get back to your day, perfect for those living a busy lifestyle. No need to be a professional chef, just wait for the results.

A slow cooker will use just a fraction of the power needed to run a conventional oven and will turn inexpensive cuts of meat into deliciously tender family meals in hours with just the flip of a switch.

Product Description

Crock-Pot SC7500 4.7L Sauté Slow Cooker: slow cook differently with the unique thermal shock-resistant pot which allows you to sauté food, re-heat food in the oven, and store leftovers in the fridge or freezer - all in this one pot.

Upgrade your basic slow cooker to the 4.7L Sauté Slow Cooker, which has all the functions you would expect in a slow cooker, including low and high heat settings, keep warm function, and a non-stick pot and lid which are dishwasher safe. With its Sauté function and beautiful unique design you will be envy of your friends and family.

Sauté Feature

Unlike traditional slow cookers, the Crock-Pot SC7500 sauté model pot is made from a stoneware material which enables the pot to be used on any form of direct heat (electric or gas). Using this material allows you to sauté your food in the same pot you will be slow cooking in. No need to create more mess by using a separate frying or sauce pan. By sautéing in the pot you will be able brown or sear meats and vegetables prior to the other ingredients being added to your creation. The removable pot also allows you to reheat in the microwave or oven, as well as store in the fridge or freezer.

Medium Capacity Pot

The SC7500 Sauté slow cooker has a 4.7 litre cooking capacity. This medium size Crock-Pot slow cooker is perfect for family meals, serving easily 4-5 people with flavoursome and healthy dishes.

Easy Cleaning

The SC7500 removable pot also has a rinse clean stick-resistant coating which not only reduces burnt-on food when sautéing and slow cooking, but also helps with the cleaning process after finishing your meal. Both the removable pot and lid are dishwasher safe as well.

About Crock-Pot

As the original Slow Cooker brand which was started in North American back in 1971, Crock-Pot has grown as the expert and leader in electrical one-pot cooking. With the largest range of slow cookers in the UK market, Crock-Pot slow cookers lead in terms of style and innovation in this cooking category. In 2012 Crock-Pot UK has launched a range of rice cookers which follow the brand’s core values of quality, ease of use, style and value for money.

Box Contains

1x Crock-Pot SC7500-IUK Sauté Slow Cooker
1x Instruction Manual
1x Phil Vickery recipe book

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

244 of 247 people found the following review helpful By H. Nye on 7 Oct. 2007
This was my 3rd slow-cooker: the original was very good, but eventually got broken, and I replaced it last year with a Cuisinart Cook and Hold. Yes, the Cuisinart is nice and big - but it didn't actually seem to be that slow, and when left on overnight food seemed to burn around the sides of the dish. Also, I had (wrongly!) assumed that it was common practice to reheat prepared dishes in the oven, as I had with my previous slow-cooker - and so without checking the instructions, put the removable dish straight into the oven one day. Ooops! The knob on the lid melted!

So - what with burned food and melted plastic, I gave up slow-cooking for a while, until I bought the Rival on impulse last week. And what a great buy it has turned out to be! We have used it 3 times in less than a week, and the food is delicious! Tender and succulent meat, great flavours, absolutely NO burning, and the dish can not only be placed in the oven and dishwasher, but also used on the hob. Fantastic!

The recipe book that comes with it is rather small, but probably gives you enough ideas to adapt your own recipes - and there are plenty of other slow-cooker books out there if want more. One other interesting point is that many of the recipes also have a 'fast' and 'slow' cooking settings, which gives you the option to either leave on overnight on 'slow' (cooking time say 10-12 hours), or to prepare a meal for the same day in a shorter time on 'fast' (with a cooking time of maybe 4-5 hours).

What an excellent slow-cooker!
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154 of 158 people found the following review helpful By dtp man on 1 Feb. 2008
Plus points: Great casseroles and soups so far. Have successfully used the pot on the hob and in the oven, as well of course in the slow-cooker base.

Minus points: Can't see how food is cooking because lid not glass. No timer for quite an expensive bit of kit. And most of all - it's a fast cooker! Stuff boils merrily away on the low setting which (with watts gadget checker) consumes 180 watts. On high it's 200-210 watts.

In future I'll use what it calls 'warm' setting. This, the instructions warn should be only for keeping food warm. But, using 60 watts, this is my idea of slow overnight cooking.
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87 of 92 people found the following review helpful By H. Cooper on 18 Jan. 2008
This was my second slow cooker, purchased because it seemed to do things that other slow cookers don't. It's been returned to the shop where I purcahsed it from because I was disappointed that it didn't do everything it said.

The important thing is that this slow cooker cooks food beautifully - it doesn't burn and the food is cooked to perfection. This is the reason I've given 3 stars.

The problem is the shape. The actual cooking pot is an unusual shape for a slow cooker - looks quite pleasing to the eye, but is shaped rather like a mushroom - in other words, the part you can see at the top is the mushroom "body" and the "stem" is hidden from view. It is this narrowing that is the problem for two reasons.

Firstly, it makes removing food difficult if you use a large spoon (which is necessary owing to the type of food that is cooked in such a pot and because the unit is deep). There is also a lip on the top of the pot so if you've managed to scrape food on the spoon up the side to try to remove, it then gets stuck at the top!

Secondly, and this is my biggest gripe, because of the small surface area of the bottom of the pot (owing to it being the "stalk" bit(!)) it is fairly useless for using on the hob prior to slow cooking - the reason I bought this in the first place was because it could be used on the hob! The product description claims that it is unique because you can simply seal your meat, pre-cook your veg and add stock whilst on the hob and then put it on the base and use as a slow cooker. If you are cooking for more than two people it is very difficult to use this facility.

Another point is that you can't see through the lid.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By NJ Hughes on 12 Feb. 2011
I've been using slow cookers for over 30 years now and what I was looking for when my old one wore out was a cooker that you can both casserole in and "roast". By roast I mean the crock pot itself is the type you can cook a joint in without adding liquid unless you want to. I would not do a chicken that way (though you can) but for beef and lamb it's perfect.

This pot can be used on the hob, in the oven or conventionally and is attractive enough to serve directly from on your table. It is quite a large pot at 4.7 l so be aware if you cook with it less than 1/2 full it will cook quite quickly. As has been mentioned it's a fairly "quick" cook anyway, but the keep warm function works well if you find it's all done a bit early.

All in all a very good all round cooker and ideal if you want to both "roast" and stew.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By just a housewife on 23 Jan. 2011
Having had a slow cooker for many years, it was time for a replacement (the electrics broke), instead of fixing it I decided to buy a new one. This crockpot looked just right, not too big, everything was fine until I came to use it a second time and found it full of mould. After much scrubbing and bleaching and time in the dishwasher I thought I had fixed it, but oh no, it still appears.It is probably heading for the bin, as I cannot believe this mould is good for the health.
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