I’m a real fan of using my slow cooker. I love nothing more than setting a nice meal up for the day and then coming home, or finishing my work, and it being ready. Slow cookers are super convenient, whether you are going to be home or not. I’ve cooked a wide variety of meals in my slow cooker now and I’m branching out more every week. Recently I decided that I would try making jacket potatoes in the slow cooker – and they were so straightforward!
I’m a real lover of the slow cooker. I love nothing more than getting a dinner ready in the slow cooker pot, before bed, and knowing that in the morning I just pop it on and leave it for 4-8 hours to cook. It is great knowing that dinner is already prepared and this frees me up for work, chores or just spending more time with my family. We’ve had this slow cooker chicken saag curry a few times recently and now I’ve perfected our ideal recipe.
Regular readers of my blog will know that I am a HUGE fan of my slow cooker. I have shared several slow cooker recipes in recent months, and have more in my drafts. Today I am going to share with you my Russell Hobbs slow cooker review. The model that I have is the Russell Hobbs 19790 3.5l slow cooker and this is quite a new addition to my household. You can see my specific slow cooker model by clicking here.
I previously had a cheap model, that I got from a supermarket for £10. When this was knocked in the cupboard it got a huge dent in it. The ceramic inside the slow cooker then started to crack and I lost my confidence in using it overnight while in bed. I decided on this model, after reading a number of favourable reviews.