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Crock-Pot 6.5-Quart, Programmable Touchscreen Slow Cooker, Silver, SCVT650-PS
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- Oval-shaped slow cooker with 6-1/2-quart removable stoneware crock
- Touchscreen control panel without the static clings; programmable cooking time; auto keep-warm
- Polished stainless steel exterior; metal side handles with silicone stay-cool wraps
- Dishwasher-safe crock and glass lid for easy cleanup; bonus cookbook included
- Measures approximately 16-1/2 by 8-2/3 by 12-1/5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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An ideal size when cooking for up to eight or nine people.
Over the decades Crock-Pot, the original slow cooker brand, has evolved from a single bean cooker into a diverse and extensive line of slow cookers and accessories that make meals and entertaining smarter, easier and more convenient for the many different styles of cooking today. For busy families, Crock-Pot Slow Cookers offer a solution to healthier, more wholesome meals while slow cookers designed for portability and entertaining provide new and different ways to enjoy slow cooking with the Crock-Pot brand.
Crock-Pot Programmable Touchscreen Slow Cooker
Gather the family around the dinner table with help from this programmable 6-1/2-quart Crock-Pot slow cooker. An ideal size when cooking for up to eight or nine people, the unit's roomy interior offers enough space to accommodate a 7-pound roast or a large batch of butternut squash soup, vegetable curry, or other favorite recipe.
With slow cooking, food has the time it needs to reach robust levels of flavorful perfection. Offering a wonderful alternative to eating out, grabbing fast food, or heating up frozen dinners, the Crock-Pot slow cooker creates mouth-watering home-cooked creations that are healthier, lower in cost, and that produce delicious aromas that are sure to lure loved ones back to the table.
Convenient Cooking with Programmable Timer
Time an issue? Even those with a busy schedule can make meal times magical. Prepare the slow cooker the night before--simply add ingredients to the stoneware insert and refrigerate overnight. Then, before work in the morning, set the stoneware insert into the heating base, secure the lid, turn it on, and set the programmable timer--the slow cooker takes care of the rest. After a slew of weekend errands or a long day at the office, dinner will be ready and waiting.
Touchscreen Control Panel
Fingertip touch controls include Low, High, and Warm cook settings, as well as Time Up or Time Down options for setting the cooking time from 30 minutes up to 20 hours.
Metal Side Handles Wrapped in Silicone
Stylish metal side handles wrapped in silicone for a secure, comfortable gripstylish metal side handles wrapped in silicone to help ensure a secure, comfortable grip when transporting from the kitchen to the table or buffet and back again.
Removable Stoneware and Glass Lid
Removable stoneware and glass lid move easily to the table for use as a lidded server, to the refrigerator for storing leftovers and finally into the dishwasher for quick cleanup.
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|Item Dimensions||12.2 x 16.5 x 8.7 in||10 x 15 x 15.2 in||9 x 14.5 x 14.5 in||16 x 10.25 x 16.13 in||9.8 x 14.8 x 14 in||15.2 x 9.9 x 15.2 in|
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The Crock-Pot SCVT650-PS Programmable Slow Cooker brings modern style to any kitchen with its touchscreen control panel, seamless polished stainless steel exterior and silicone-wrapped handles. The ultimate in slow cooker convenience and style. Set your cook time from 30 minutes to 20 hours. The digital timer will countdown the minutes and automatically switch the cooker to warm when cook time is up, keeping track of how long the unit has been in warm mode as well. Removable, dishwasher-safe stoneware and glass lid double as a serving dish and make clean up a snap.
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Update: I just spoke with an awesome Crock-Pot customer service representative who is sending a replacement unit (base AND insert) at no charge. I will not hesitate to do business in the future with a company that stands behind its product in this way. Now I can recommend this to other buyers.
The unit is really smart looking, I love the black insert, it goes to the table very nicely. I found the cooking to be more true to settings (the low is truly a low simmer) and I love the electronic panel. That it will keep food warm for 6 hours is a real plus for me.
Against instruction recommendations I made a beef stew and filled it to the top, no overflow happened and it cooked beautifully.
Unlike other reviewers, I did not find the panel difficult to read and I love the way the keep warm light flashes so you know where you are in the cooking cycle.
My only complaint is after washing the insert...twice, the inside shows a ring where my liquid line was...not enough of an issue to downgrade it to 4 stars.
My favorite use for this crockpot is to make mashed potatoes for family dinners...I have made them up to 6 hours in advance of dinner and put on the warm setting and they taste like they were just made! At most I have only had to stir them as the condensation can pool inside. What a great thing to get that huge pot off the stove and cleaned before the mad rush of preparing sides for the dinner begins. I just put the entire unit on the buffet table plugged in and no longer have to battle with space in the kitchen for big holiday dinners!
All in all a smart looking, well made, well functioning unit...highly recommended.
Addendum: I have been looking for cookbooks for slow cookers that have something besides beef stew and short rib recipes...tried "Not your mothers slow cooker cookbook" and was not impressed...have a few others that just don't cut it. I recently got "Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes" by Laura Frankel and WOW what a great cookbook. I will qualify it by saying that these recipes are not easy and use many ingredients that you may have to order online, unless you live in a major metropolis with countless resources. Many of the recipes require several steps before getting to the slow cooker, but the flavors were like nothing I had ever tried. Try the creamy risotto with italian sausage, peppers and onions or the Moroccan spiced duck with sweet tart orange sauce and forbidden rice...OMG. It's obvious this woman is a talented restaurant chef, but she explains ingredients and techniques and doesn't assume you know about them. One of my favorite tricks of hers is taking porcini mushrooms and processing them in a blender for "Porcini dust" she uses it to dredge beef cubes in before browning in place of flour...the taste is amazing.
Best part of her book is that she will let you know what parts of the prep can be done days in advance which can help with the fussiness of many of the recipes.
Although I would say this book is geared toward the accomplished cook, it's not beyond a beginners grasp if they have patience.
For those of you, like me, looking for something amazingly different to come out of your slow cooker....there ya go!
Second addendum: Okay it's been two years and the unit is going strong! I use the unit at least once a week. No issues with the electronics...temp has stayed true. I have found it does amazing things with a turkey breast with lots of juice for gravy. Brisket is now a favorite, just rub with your favorite rub and place over a bed of carrots and onions or similar and you end up with a firm but tender meat that slices like a london broil without falling apart...the family loves it.
Over the past two years I have forgotten to hit the start button once I programed the hours a couple of times...thank goodness for pressure cookers...and I would really have loved a delay start function. The flip side of that is with 6 hours of keep warm after the meal is finished, I have never run into a problem.
The ring is still there but I'm over it. I have put it in the dishwasher a few times when it wasn't that dirty and it cleaned fine, but not with heavy soil. I put the lid in the dishwasher all the time and have not had the issue with build up around that hole that others have.
Frankel is still my go to book for impressive meals, but I'm getting the most enjoyment using the crockpot for non traditional uses like the brisket, turkey, custards, cakes, quick breads and of course, my mashed potatoes.
I find it an extremely cost effective appliance...I cook more at home now, freeze more leftovers and throw out less food. It paid for itself within the first year.
I still highly recommend it and find the price compared to food cost savings to be a bargain.
THIRD ADDENDUM: It's been over six years now and I still love this unit. Not one issue to complain about. If it crapped out tomorrow I would not shed a tear as it has paid for itself many times over with make ahead meal savings. I would purchase this unit again in a heartbeat.
I like it for these reasons: I had a tiny 3 quart slow cooker before that did not have a timer, a "warm" setting, or a removeable crock and - after about 20 years of use - had trouble getting up to a simmer. My first use of this one was for a big batch of soup, which started off with RAW chicken in it, and it did take a while to come to a boil, but it did get there. I kept it warm until dinner time, and cleanup was much easier with the removable crock. (I hated having to put the whole damn thing in the sink with the wire and plug dangling out with my old one.)
I realize it won't transport in the car easily without splashing, but with a layer of foil and no sudden stops, I don't think this is a deal breaker. (Besides, how often are you people driving your full-to-the-brim crock pot across town, anyway??)