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Morphy Richards Polished Stainless Steel

Morphy Richards Polished Stainless Steel

3.5L, 6.5L
4.5 from 6 reviews · View Statistics

Should I get a slow cooker, pressure cooker or multi cooker?

As the weather becomes colder, a lot of us look forward to hearty home-cooked meals to warm us up. Luckily, the days of slaving away over a stovetop are over, thanks to slow cookers, pressure cookers and multi cookers. This buying guide will help you decide which kitchen appliance is right for you.

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    Fred

    FredMelbourne

    • 6 reviews
    • 1 like

    Great value

    published

    I picked this up about a year ago and have tended to use it more during the winter months. It works really well, just follow a recipe, set it going in the morning, head to work and when we get home dinner is ready! Functionality is pretty basic, and the build quality isn't amazing but it does the job. I figure if we keep looking after it, hopefully it will last many years

    Date PurchasedMar 2017
    lina2

    lina2Sydney

    • 4 reviews

    Easy and simple

    published

    Good time saver and perfect for working families, easy to clean, and the food does not stick to the bottom. I can always rely on the cooker and make delicious food time after time with the recipes provided. If I knew I would achieve these results, would have purchased the product much earlier!

    Date PurchasedJun 2017
    big$pender

    big$penderSouth East Queensland, QLD

    • 5 reviews
    • 1 like

    Sear and stew in same pot

    published
    Date PurchasedJun 2017
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    The Cubby House Family

    The Cubby House FamilyLocation

    • 5 reviews
    • 6 likes

    Best kitchen appliance yet

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    This is easy to use, easy to clean, and makes great food. I am happy with the cooking results, and recommend it all the time. When neighbours call in, and ask 'what's cooking' I say ... get your own slow cooker... And yes, of course, I let them taste test.

    Date PurchasedDec 2016
    1 comment
    Morphy Richards
    Danielle D.Morphy Richards

    Hi to The Cubby House Family - thank you for your review of our product, and for recommending it to your friends. We really appreciate your comments.

    Cook in the pan

    published

    Good product that allows browning to happen in the same pan so fewer things to clean. Cooks food well and having a non-stick surface makes it easy to clean. Pan is also dish washer safe. Would like to see rubber grips for pan for added safety when using pan on the stove top for browning.

    Date PurchasedSep 2016
    1 comment
    Morphy Richards
    Danielle D.Morphy Richards

    Hi Nadine - Thank you for your review of our product. We appreciate your feedback

    Best thing since sliced bread

    published

    This slow cooker is perfect for feeding the masses, it's 6.5ltr capacity means it's big enough for a huge family roast as well as cooking meals to freeze.
    The results of my cooking have been off the chart, cooked to perfection.
    Enough though this is a beast of a product doesn't mean it won't fit into the dishwasher because it does and washes up very well.
    The digital features are easy to understand and apply for the best cook you will ever have, turn it on and go shopping, the cooker will do the rest.

    Date PurchasedMay 2016
    2 comments
    Morphy Richards
    Danielle D.Morphy Richards

    Hi Vossie - Thank you for your review of our product. We very much appreciate your feedback :)

    Vossie
    Vossie

    My pleasure

    Questions & Answers

    Valerie

    Valerieasked

    Polished Stainless Steel 6.5L

    Is the sear pot insert suitable for induction cook tops?

    1 answer
    Morphy Richards
    Eleonore E.Morphy Richards

    Hello Valarie
    The sear insert is not suitable for an induction cook top

    chanel19

    chanel19asked

    Polished Stainless Steel 6.5L

    How do I get a new sear pot as my one (less than the year old)? Enamel is coming off so would like to replace, other than that love my slow cooker.

    1 answer
    Morphy Richards
    GLEN D.Morphy Richards

    Hi Chanel19
    If the sear and stew is less than 12 months old, I would advise you to return to the store of purchase so that it may be replaced for you. The surface should not be coming away from the insert.
    Kind regards
    Bev
    customer.care@glendimplex.com.au

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