Hamilton Beach 33969A Set ‘n Forget Programmable Slow Cooker, 6-Quart

December 2, 2015 - Comment

In addition to offering modern convenience, the Set & Forget Programmable Slow Cooker has three choices for easy, automatic cooking: program, probe and manual mode. On busy days, program the cooking time and Set & Forget Slow Cooker automatically shifts to keep warm when the cooking time is up. Cooking a large cut of meat

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In addition to offering modern convenience, the Set & Forget Programmable Slow Cooker has three choices for easy, automatic cooking: program, probe and manual mode. On busy days, program the cooking time and Set & Forget Slow Cooker automatically shifts to keep warm when the cooking time is up. Cooking a large cut of meat like pot roast, chicken, or pork tenderloin? Insert the probe, set the desired meat temperature and the Set & Forget Slow Cooker automatically shifts to keep warm when the temperature is reached. For traditional slow cooking, manually select the high, low or warm temperature without setting a cooking time.

Product Features

  • Reduce messy spills with clip-tight gasket lid
  • 3 choices for easy, automatic cooking: probe, program and manual
  • Perfect for a 6 lb. chicken or a 4 lb. roast
  • Thermometer probe displays the actual temperature of meat as it cooks
  • Full-grip handles make carrying heavy meals easier

Comments

AmazonMan says:

I’m loving this slow cooker! My very old crock pot did a great job and I loved it. Sadly, the crock broke and I couldn’t find a replacement. I bought another “slow” cooker but it cooked WAY too fast. I could set it to cook for 10 hours and the food was done (and starting to burn) after just 4 hours. It wasn’t practical to leave it and go to work for the day. I kept it for a few years but it was relegated to the basement because I couldn’t trust or use it. I had to get a new slow cooker.After…

Johnny says:

How low is low? How high is high? How about sous vide? So, how does this compare with an old-fashioned crock pot? I’ve measured a bunch of things.The heating ranges: The pot can be set for Warm, Low, or High. I heated water and measured both the temperature of the water and the temperature of the porcelain liner (using an infrared thermometer)Old-fashioned crock pot: Warm: n/a. Low: Pot=180, Contents=150; High: Pot=260, Contents=205 (simmer)This pot: Warm: Pot=165, Contents=145; Low: Pot=215, Contents=170; High:…

Christina Penn says:

Great First Slow Cooker After much research and reading of reviews on Amazon, I decided to buy this slow cooker as my first. So far we have used it a handful of times , each time netting us GREAT results. We have cooked using all the settings, including the probe setting. That in particular was eye opening, for we learned that a Boston Butt cooked on HIGH will be cooked to temperature in less than 2 hours. So this slow cooker gets hot! Calibrate your recipes when you first get your slow cooker so as to determine how…

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