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Kambrook Stainless Steel Slow Cooker 6 Litres comes with 3 heat settings and a ceramic crock pot to perfectly prepare your meals. Includes tempered glass lid and is easy to programme.
Kambrook The Smarter Choice 6L Stainless Steel Slow Cooker
Enhance your experience with the Kambrook 6L Stainless Steel Slow Cooker.
Premium quality, variety and great value for money.
300W power with a 6 litre capacity.
Tempered glass lid and Black oval ceramic crock pot.
Power indicator light and control knob with heat settings: off, low, high, auto/keep warm.
Stainless Steel housing
Clicks promise: all electrical merchandise is covered by 12 month guarantee.
The Kambrook guarantee excludes breakables such as glass, ceramic items, consumable items and normal wear and tear. This guarantee is void if there is evidence of the product being tampered with.
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Made in China to our exact specifications.
Due to continued product improvement, the product illustrated on this carton may vary slightly from the actual product.
Recyclable. Paperboard carton.
Quantity in pack:
Kambrook.The smarter choice.6L stainless steel.Slow cooker.300W.Heat settings:Low, high, auto.6L.Slow cooker.Stainless steel.300W.
Place the base on a dry, level, heat resistant surface, away from the edge of the work surface.
Do not use on the floor.
Place ingredients into the ceramic crock pot, and place the pot into the base.
Cover with the glass lid.
If you need to pre-cook or brown foods prior to slow cooking, this must be done in a pan.
Do not try to brown or pre-cook food in the Slow Cooker.
With the control knob set to the OFF position, plug the unit into the mains socket.
Set the heat control to LOW, HIGH or AUTO and cook for the recommended time given in the recipes or cooking guide on page 6 of the instruction manual.
Switch off and unplug the Slow Cooker and remove the crock pot using oven gloves.
The slow cooker works by building up heat and maintaining an even temperature.
To get the best cooking results, do not remove the lid during cooking, the cooker will loose heat and slow down cooking time.
The glass lid allows for monitoring cooking progress without interrupting cooking time.
Most foods are suited to slow cooking methods, however there are a few guidelines that need to be followed:
Ensure all frozen foods are well thawed out.
Cut root vegetable into small, even pieces, as these take longer to cook than meat and should be gently sautéed 2-3 minutes before slow cooking.
Ensure that root vegetables are always placed at the bottom of the pot and all ingredients are immersed in the cooking liquid.
Trim all excess fat from meat before cooking, since the slow cooking method does not allow fat to evaporate.
If adapting an existing recipe from conventional cooking, you may need to cut down on the amount of liquid used.
Liquid will not evaporate from the Slow Cooker to the same extent as with conventional cooking.
Never leave uncooked food at room temperature in the slow cooker.
Do not use the slow cooker to reheat food.
Uncooked red beans must be soaked and boiled for at least 10 minutes to remove toxins before use in a slow cooker.
Insert a meat thermometer into joints of roasts, hams, or whole chickens to ensure they are cooker to the desired temperature.