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Crock-Pot Manual Slow Cooker, 2 Quart (SCR200-B)
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- 2-Quart Round Manual Slow Cooker serves 1-2 people; perfect as a personal slow cooker
- High/Low cook settings
- Crock-Pot features removable, dishwasher-safe stoneware insert, and dishwasher-safe glass lid
- Sleek black design
- Recipes included
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This Crock-Pot 2-Quart Round Manual Slow Cooker will make mealtime more flavorful. Turn the dial to High and get a hot meal, snack, appetizer, or dip in no time. Set this small slow cooker on Low and tonight's dinner cooks while you're at work. No matter the recipe or the occasion, your Crock-Pot Slow Cooker keeps the temperature steady so your food is cooked to perfection. To keep cleanup easy, the 2-quart removable round stoneware slides right out of the base for easy transport to the table or storage in the fridge. Both the stoneware and lid are dishwasher safe.
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I cooked a cup of quiinoa with 2 cups water. Took about an hour and a half on high. The quinoa turned out better than it does in the rice cooker.
The crock is probably safer than the metal ones. Nice that the crock is removable. Settings are Low High Warm. Fully manual, but I've never found the timer on a slow cooker to be of much use.
Looks like Crockpot discontinued the 2 qt, so the price is great. I couldn't find it anyplace else online.
A tip for rice porridge for the uninitiated:
1. fry the rice grains in a pan (preferably white rice, but you can also use brown rice, which doesn't come out as smoothly). That is, lightly heat the grains by stirring continuously until all are opaque, (i.e., if using white rice, almost all grains will turn solid white; while some will be lightly yellowish). Rice expands a great deal in water, so for a 2 quart pot, I would use about 2 cups and see how much that makes. This step takes about 5 minutes and allows the rice to be very creamy and yet not too mushy when cooked and preserves its structure. My theory is that it makes the rice cook a little faster. Another tip is to "fry" more rice than you need for later use. I store my "fried" grains in a glass jar on the shelf.
2. place the "fried" rice grains in the slow cooker and add water (2 cups of rice grain and about 8 cups of water, if I remember correctly). If it comes out too dry, I just add more liquid at the end and reheat in the microwave oven if needed. I like mine creamy, but sometimes a little on the soupy side.
3. Instead of water, you can use broth, like canned chicken broth, and stir it up.
4. set it on low over night and by morning you will have rice porridge. Remember to stir well before eating to smooth it out.
5. Options: you can add a slice of fresh ginger and a few pinches of salt at the beginning of the cooking cycle. I am partial to fish sauce, so I add some of that, or sometimes even add soy sauce, a dash of pepper, and maybe garnish with some fresh chopped green onions, right before eating. I wouldn't add fish sauce at the beginning of cooking, unless you want your kitchen smelling a bit fishy =)
I'm a young woman and purchased this during my last year of college; I wanted to be able to make good, hassle-free home cooked meals without having to deal with the extortionate proportions that the larger models procure. This was perfect! I've made all kinds of dishes - ranging from chicken to beef to fajitas to stew and beyond.
The product arrived completely in-tact (some reviewers said theirs came with the lid broken, etc.) and with clear instructions. It's much simpler than the other Crock-Pot models (there is only a High or Low switch and no timer, which some have taken issue with) but I actually find that a lot easier to deal with. For example, when I cooked my chicken fajitas, I would leave it on low for about 5 hours and the chicken would be perfect (soft and flavored). I would just set a timer on my phone!
It's also very easy to clean; the inner "bowl" detaches so you can put that and the lid inside the dishwasher and it's clean in no-time.
In short, this is perfect for a single person (in whatever capacity!) who wants to make delicious meals without leftovers that could feed the neighborhood.
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I will also use it for dips