Set & Forget® 6 Qt. Programmable Slow Cooker With Spoon/Lid (33967)
 
Set & Forget® 6 Qt. Programmable Slow Cooker With Spoon/Lid
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Eliminate weeknight stress with the optimum flexibility of the Hamilton Beach® Programmable Set & Forget® 6 Quart Slow Cooker. With three choices for easy, automatic cooking, having a family meal on a busy week night is possible.

Sit down to juicy pot roast, savory roasted chicken, or pulled pork barbeque. What you make and how you cook it are up to you. Choose PROBE when cooking meats. Set the slow cooker to the desired meat temperature and it will automatically shift to warm when the temperature is reached. For soups or chili, choose PROGRAM and set the cooking time. It will switch to warm when the set time is complete. When you’re at home or able to monitor, MANUAL can be used. This setting allows you to choose high, low, or keep warm and the cooker will stay at that temperature. You can also insert the thermometer probe and the internal temperature of your meat will appear on the display as it cooks.

Created to fit your lifestyle, this slow cooker is easy to use and a snap to clean.

Know the Temperature
When making pot roast or turkey breast, wouldn’t it be nice to know when your meats are fully cooked? We thought so too, so the Hamilton Beach® Programmable Set & Forget® 6 Quart Slow Cooker is designed with a probe that displays the temperature as it’s cooking. It’s perfect for knowing when meat is cooked or for deciding when to start side dishes.

Automatic Cooking Choices

  • Probe
    Set to the desired meat temperature. Automatically shifts to keep warm when temperature is reached.
  • Program
    Set the cooking time. Automatically shifts to keep warm when time is up.
  • Manual
    Select high, low, or keep warm without setting a time.

Power interrupt protection
The Hamilton Beach® Programmable Set & Forget® 6 Quart Slow Cooker comes with an abundance of features. In addition to the three cooking choices and the temperature probe, it also is equipped with protection during a brief power outage. This feature keeps it on during those unexpected, brief outages, so when you come home your clocks might be blinking but your meal is hot and ready to serve.

Cooking side dishes or dessert
Main courses, soups, and one-pot meals are not the only things slow cookers are great for preparing. They are also perfect for making side dishes and desserts, especially when your main oven is full. Make everything from bread pudding to caramel apples in this versatile appliance.

USING SLOW COOKER MODES

  • Using the Program Mode
    If you’ll be busy or away when your food is finished cooking, use the PROGRAM mode. It’s easy. Simply input the amount of time your food needs to cook and select the HIGH or LOW heat setting. As food cooks, the illuminated display on the control panel will alternate between the heat setting and the remaining time. When the cooking cycle is complete, the Set & Forget® Programmable Slow Cooker will automatically shift to WARM setting.
  • Using the Probe Mode
    For many foods, especially large cuts of meat, the internal temperature is the best test for doneness. The temperature probe takes the guesswork out of slow cooking. Select the desired internal food temperature and the slow cooker will automatically shift to WARM once the temperature is reached. By using the cooking guide for the PROBE mode you can estimate the amount of time the food will need to cook.
  • Using the Manual Mode
    On days when you want to keep things simple, you can simply select between the HIGH and LOW heat setting to cook your food. When your food is ready, turn the unit OFF or select the WARM setting until you’re ready to serve your food.

TIPS FROM OUR TEST KITCHEN

  • To prevent overcooking, the crock should be filled half-full to no more than one inch from the rim. However, this does not mean to fill the crock with liquid. If cooking soups or stews, leave a 2-inch (5 cm) space between the top of the crock and the food so the recipe can come to a simmer.
  • If you lift the lid during cooking, your cooking time will increase due to heat loss. Unless your recipe specifically calls for stirring, resist lifting the lid.
  • If you want to store leftovers after cooking, do NOT place the entire crock in the refrigerator since contents will take too long to cool. Instead, divide leftovers into smaller containers and place in the refrigerator.
  • Cooking Meat
    A slow cooker is great for foods that are not naturally tender, such as meat with a lot of connective tissue. These are the least-expensive cuts but also the most flavorful. Like braising, slow cookers tenderize meat slowly as it cooks. If you choose cuts such as chuck roast, pork butt, short ribs or chicken thighs, you won’t be disappointed with the results. If fat is an issue, refrigerate the contents after cooking and skim off the extra fat before serving. Note: you must thaw frozen meat and poultry before adding it to the slow cooker. Get inspires by the slow cooker recipes created by our Test Kitchen!
  • Cooking Side Dishes or Dessert
    Main courses, soups and “one-pot” meals are not the only things that slow cookers are great for preparing. They are also perfect for making side dishes and dessert, especially when your main oven is full.

Looking for more tips? Check out our Slow Cooker 101 Guide and our Guide to Converting Recipes for Slow Cookers.

FEATURES
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  • 3 choices for easy, automatic cooking: probe, program and manual
  • Thermometer probe for meat
  • Clip-on spoon and clip-tight gasket lid
  • Full-grip handles
  • Power interrupt protection
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