Russell Hobbs Slow Cooker GIVEAWAY!!

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Our randomly drawn lucky winner was ….. Mae!

Congratulations Mae πŸ™‚

Please check your email for more information on your prize πŸ™‚

Thanks to everyone who entered




Slow Cooker Central and Russell Hobbs are excited to bring you the opportunity to WIN A FREE SLOW COOKER!!






The Russell Hobbs 6L Searing Slow Cooker is packed with great features:

  • The Russell Hobbs 6L Searing slow cooker features a non ceramic inner cooking pot, glass lid, stainless steel base unit with LOW/HIGH/WARM control dial and digital timer
  • The inner pot can be placed directly on the stove top to brown/sear food prior to slow cooking. Β So not only does this mean no extra dishes, but all thatΒ flavor you get when browning meat etc all stay IN the slow cooker bowl so you don’t lose any of that great taste and depth of flavour.
  • In using the timer function, you can increase cooking time by 30 minute increments and when your cooking time ends the Russell Hobbs Searing Slow Cooker automatically switches to β€˜warm’.
  • The 6L size is plenty big enough to fit all your large roasts, soups, stews and meals in for a large family. Β I found it to be a great non stick finish also.
  • Recommended retail price $89.95

You can read my full detailed review on this slow cooker HERE



And thanks to the good folk at Russell Hobbs we have one of these great units to giveaway!

Entering this giveaway is easy!

Simply comment below and tell us – what’s the first thing YOU will cook in your Russell Hobbs 6L Searing Slow Cooker if you are our lucky winner πŸ™‚
(comments appear after approval so don’t worry if you don’t see yours right away)


This competition is open now and will close at midnight Sunday 6th November 2016 (AEDT)
One entry per person.
Open to Australian residents only.
A winner will be selected from those who have commented below.
Winner will be announced here on this post on Monday 7th November 2016.

It’s that easy!
Good luck everyone πŸ™‚

Categories: Blog, Competitions


  1. joylene says:

    lamb obsession πŸ™‚

  2. K. Barnes says:

    Corned Beef would be the first thing that I would cook if I was lucky enough to be the winner.

  3. Amalia Collins says:

    Lamb obsession! I cook this fairly often as my whole family love it.

  4. Lorna says:

    Mongolian lamb

  5. Tori Granatelli says:

    The first thing I would cook would be chuncky steak pie! We love it in our house πŸ™‚

  6. tracey says:

    If i won my first thing to make would be beef or chicken stroganoff

  7. First thing I would cook would creamed rice as ALL 5 of my kids l?ve it and i have to triple the recipe.

  8. Sally Thompson says:

    First thing would have to be sweet lamb curry. I absolutely love it but haven’t had it since my slow cooker died!

  9. Fran Graham says:

    Savoury lamb! One of my family’s favourite πŸ™‚

  10. katrina stubbs says:

    coq au vin. Nothing baets chicken with wine,mushrooms,garlic and vegetables

  11. Janita McLeod says:

    I’ve just give my daughter one of my 3.5ltr slow cookers as she is moving out to start Uni. Would love a 6lt. My first meal I would cook would be Silverside. Everyone in my family enjoys this.

  12. Nicole Woolford says:

    If I won I would splurge on a roast lamb and cook it in the new slow cooker and use my old one to make potato bake. Yum!!!

  13. Leanne Hodges says:

    The first thing I would cook would be lamb shanks as they dont fit in my tiny Russell Hobbs slowcooker

  14. Sheryl Henley says:

    I will cook a beautiful leg of pork just love how tender it turns out and then from the juices left in the bottem of my new sc i will make home made gravey yummy

  15. Rob owen says:

    My 1st cook will be marinated drumsticks

  16. Sheryl Turner says:

    Roast pork with home made gravy out of the juices

  17. Samantha Loten says:

    Sticky honey chicken

  18. Donna Keith says:

    Golden syrup pudding, my husband’s favourite

  19. David Walsh says:

    Would love to cook anything with meat . A lamb casserole maybe or curried sausages.

  20. Sam Hudson says:

    Hassleback Chicken

  21. Sheryl Bartlett says:

    Lamb Shanks

  22. sue Elliott says:

    I would cook myself a Birthday Dinner of Silverside.

  23. Carla Mullenberg says:

    Lamb obsession my little slow cooker will not fit a leg of lamb.

  24. Julie Waddell says:

    Chicken pasta carbonara a family favourite in our house.

  25. Chantelle Moody says:

    I will be cooking my absolute fav dish of lamb sharks done in a tomato and onion sauce. Yummm

  26. Corrina Conlan says:

    Mm yummy slow cooked pulled pork is my choice

  27. Yvan J Drake says:

    It’s a tough choice between Lamb Shanks or a pulled pork…

    Probably the shanks so I could test out the searing first

  28. Nic says:

    Would have to be chicken hassleback. My gosh that had my partners mouth watering! #winningforanewgirlfriend lol!

  29. Melissa Bell says:

    Roast lamb ☺

  30. Tanya Brooksby says:

    The first meal I would cook is herb and garlic lamb shanks. A favourite of hubbies after working away all week.

  31. Angela Rankin says:

    Silverside with balsamic vinegar, onion, garlic, brown sugar and cloves.

  32. Michelle Pescud says:

    With a new slow cooker I would probably jump on the website and try something new like Fudge for my daughters up coming birthday.

  33. Jan Blair says:

    The first thing I would make would be Hungarian Goulash .

  34. chantelle osko says:

    I would prob make a nice big stew with dumplings as my cooker is too small

  35. Sonya Newman says:

    I hear you can make cakes in the slow cooker, so when I win the first thing I will try in my Russells Hobbs slow cooker is a cake.

  36. Oriana Haddy says:

    What else but spaghetti bolognese sauce & awesome that I am brown the mince first & use the same pot to cook the sauce! Less washing up!! Winning!!!

  37. Jenny Woods says:

    Corned Silverside would be the first thing I would cook…I love that you can just put it in the slow cooker & not worry about it until it is lovely & tender & ready to eat. πŸ™‚

  38. Rebecca Kraan says:

    Definitely can’t go past Apricot Chicken!! I’ll be able to brown my chicken first without having to use (and wash up) a frypan!!

  39. Lorraine Stuart says:

    Sweet potato stew πŸ™‚

  40. I would love to cook my Christmas Dinner roast turkey, with all the trimmings, makes my mouth water just thinking about it…yum yum.

  41. Terry Mobbs says:

    Slow cooked Leg lamb with vegetables

  42. Tara De Gioia says:

    I’d like to try a steak because of the searing function πŸ™‚

  43. Mary Campbell says:

    I would cook a hardy stew
    Because I have to cook for quite a few
    or maybe something different Hungarian goulash,
    Chicken ala King,
    So many to think about
    If I win I’ll give a loud shout ?

  44. Tania Wirt says:

    Chicken with herbs and spices over it. love my chicken of any kind!

  45. Jaimee Young says:

    If I win the first thing I would cook would be apricot chicken with rice πŸ™‚

  46. Melissa Walton says:

    Chicken and Muahroom Pasta Carbonara

  47. Tara Beynon says:

    The first thing I would cook would be a roast. A pork roast!

  48. Brenda Morton says:

    A whole chicken as my slow cooker is too small to fit one in.

  49. Renae Ziebell says:

    The first thing I would cool would be chow mein

  50. Beef stroganoff πŸ™‚ or chunky beef pie yummo πŸ™‚

  51. Kerryn Doll says:

    I would probably cook a nice roast in mine first, I love cooking roast in he slow cooker also love making jams and Christmas cakes in them

  52. Susy Albrecht says:

    My meal would be a roast pork, I have been told they are the best in a s/c

  53. Carrie Redhead says:

    Lamb obsession. Because it was the first meal I cooked in my slow cooker and my family thoroughly enjoyed it. Especially my little boy who pinching my meal.

  54. Pettienne Craig says:

    First thing I would cook would be roast beef and gravy. Because you can sear the meat first, it adds a richness to the flavour . And because you can keep the flavours in the sc bowl. The gravy you make at the end will be so delicious !! In bread rolls or even pies ???

  55. Judy McMahon says:

    Paprika roast chicken or stuffed capsicums.

  56. Fran Moore says:

    Def lamb shanks – could fit more in this beauty ??

  57. Rebecca Mueller says:

    Definitely sticky ribs. Ribs are a favourite in our extended family and my slow cooker is nowhere near big enough to make sure we all can enjoy the juicy fall-off the bone ribs.

  58. Sonia Betts says:

    The 1st thing that i would cook would b roast lamb.

  59. Kathleen dodd says:

    A Thai dish – spoil the kids

  60. Kara says:

    I would cook a nice big lamb roast and invite my parents around to share it aswell ours is to small to cook a big enough one for everybody atm ?

  61. Kathleen Naughton says:

    Honey mustard chicken with dumplings…yum

  62. Toni English says:

    Beef curry with vegetables. No more searing the beef & softening the onions in a pan to transfer to the slow cooker!

  63. Mae says:

    Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! First meal would be Creamy Herb & Garlic Chicken. To be able to brown the Chicken in the same dish first would result in amazing flavour!

  64. Sueann black says:

    First of many dishes would be silverside

  65. Mark Denton says:

    Thai Coconut Chicken Soup?

  66. Kiara wright says:

    I would love to win this mine has died and haven’t been able to buy a new one so the first thing I would make would make would have to be a 8 hr slow cooked roast with all the extra’s of course the meat just falls apart yummmm!!!

  67. Margaret Teasdale says:

    As many meals as I can to freeze for my partners work meals while he is away. πŸ™‚

  68. Samantha Ward says:

    Lamb shanks

  69. Susan Conway says:

    Slow cooker honey Barbecue chicken!

  70. Sarah says:

    When I joined Slow Cooker Central, the first thing I cooked in my slow cooker was the creamy mushroom and chicken. If I win this beauty, I would still like to cook the creamy mushroom and chicken first on it πŸ˜€

  71. Bev Woods says:

    I would cook my hubbies favourite meal.. lamb obsession.. would be awesome to win this fabulous slow cooker .

  72. Shelley Munford says:

    The first thing I would cook is my amazing Mince dish πŸ™‚
    Its a huge hit with everyone in my family

  73. Noelle Harris says:

    Sticky lamb ribs is the first thing I’d cook. I love slow cookers used one nearly every day now I’ve moved out of home and just haven’t had the time to buy one for my house. Love the smell of the food wafting through the house all day when you cook ?

  74. Kylie McDowell says:

    I would cook the pasta carbonara!! It’s a real favourite in our household!! So yummy ?

  75. Lauren says:

    Lasagne. It would be great to brown the meat and onions in the one place first.

  76. Apricot chicken. Yummy.

  77. Janine Eeles says:

    Mongolian Lamb. My favorite

  78. Taylor says:

    Cannalloni. Vegetarian though. New found favourite and love. And it’s cheap. Which is awesome as I’m a uni student

  79. A mild chicken curry , would be lovely to brown the chicken first , yum yum

  80. Tanya Smith says:

    Tomato and chilli sauce lamb

  81. Georgie says:

    I would cook mushroom risotto. It sounds so much easier to cook in a slow cooker!

  82. jenny says:

    I’m not sure Paulene lol ? maybe a BIG POTATO BAKE ? there’s too many yummy recipes to choose from haha ? or may the creamy garlic chicken with Philly cheese mmmmmmmm ?

  83. Fiona Tangey says:

    Pulled Pork Passion Sliders, with sides of Coleslaw, corn cobs and Jacket Potatoes

  84. Tammy says:

    I reckon I might cook a massaman beef curry. It would be interesting to see the difference in flavour after searing the beef first.

  85. I think it would have to be a lamb roast for my family as a thank you for their help?

  86. Kaylah James says:

    Hi Pauline, I think I would cook a roast lamb with garlic and rosemary! Or the French onion potato bake πŸ™‚

  87. Rosey Melville says:

    mexican shredded chicken

  88. Charo Stronach says:

    Pork Adobo or Curry! Yummmm!

  89. Tara T says:

    I’m yet to do a perfect roast so I would definitely try one out if I won. My family of 5 also love the chicken carbonara pasta and anything chocolate made in the slow cooker lol

  90. Diane says:

    Oxtail Bo Kho

  91. Jo Low says:

    I would do a corned beef.

  92. Rachel Spitaler says:

    I would cook Chinese style barbecue pork. Tastes really yummy with rice and some sir fried vegetables

  93. Kim Pardey says:

    Slow cooked lamb Greek Style

  94. Ann McMurphy says:

    Probably lamb obsession. But will look through the recipes. Would love to use on stove top for browning

  95. Danielle Arbuckle says:

    If I won this I’d make sausage stroganoff in it first – with lots of mushrooms!

  96. Kat Dwiar says:

    My best friend swears by her searing slow cooker like this, so I would do Chicken Coconut curry and sear the chicken thighs first, yummo!!

  97. Jay hanson says:

    I would make one last pumpkin soup before the warm weather starts here in Adelaide. It’s the misses favourite dish!!

  98. Michelle Felton says:

    My first cook would be tai curry chicken
    I loved my russell hobbs slow cook when i had it

  99. Shirley Ford says:

    Silverside in ginger beer.

  100. Corin hortin says:

    Beef and Guinness casserole

  101. Karen Easther says:

    Lamb shanks for 6 people, would be amazing to be able to fit everything in one ?

  102. Lyn Waters says:

    The first thing I would cook is roast lamb my family’s favourite because I can sear it and cook all in the same pot any thing that makes life easier has to be good plus my slow cooker is so old I think it might be ready to spit the dummy so to speak any time soon

  103. Cassandra says:

    I would cook chilli con carne and make tacos

  104. Liz Urquhart says:

    A leg of lamb with garlic and rosemary!

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  106. Emma Harker says:

    I would cook Swedish meatballs the dear function would be awesome!!!

  107. Charmaine Hetem says:

    Roast leg of lamb. I always avoid it as I don’t have a searing slowcooker.

  108. Marolyn Blake says:

    Roast pork definitely
    I don’t own a slow cooker with searing function

  109. Krizandra Blom says:

    I love making anything sweet, so id probably make a chocolate self saucing pudding . My 4 boys love anything chocolate….just like their mum?

  110. Emma says:

    I would love to try the Hassleback Chicken! Looks delicious ?

  111. Anne Johnson says:

    I would love to win the Russell Hobbs Slow Cooker with the added searing option. I would cook chicken carbonara & invite all my family to enjoy this amazing family sized meal ?

  112. Sarah Micke says:

    Would love to try pork ribs in a homemade smoky BBQ sauce

  113. Kellie Johnson says:

    If I won this slow cooker I would cook my all time favourite meal and that would be creamy garlic chicken ❀️

  114. Danielle Lightfoot says:

    Chunky steak pie! The fam bam looooveee it!!

  115. Gillian knight says:

    A roast Lamb and invite all the family round. I only have a small one now

  116. Marija Muccilli says:

    Pulled pork for Tacos

  117. Rachael Morrison says:

    I would cook a big batch of Bolognaise sauce! I firmly believe that slow cooking should be 1 pot cooking, so would love to pre-brown the mince in a searing slow cooker! Perfect for those (me!) who hate washing up but love maximum flavour!

  118. Shane Wallis says:

    Lamb shanks

  119. Zoey Fry says:

    Wow a 6ltr… I would cook bulk ribs for my husband and kids. They love them!

  120. Georgia says:

    Satay chicken, noodles & veges

  121. Rhonda Perry says:

    Double quantity Chocolate Self Saucing Pudding

  122. Amanda Mckenna says:

    If I won, I would cook beef and red wine casserole with a side of creamy mash potato. It’s my absolute favourite meal.

  123. Erin Clarke says:

    Sweet Lamb curry. A favourite in our house.

  124. Janice Biaggini says:

    Roast pork for Christmas lunch with my family

  125. chloe Paterson says:

    How exciting i would cook chicken curry yummo good luck!!!!

  126. Sylvia O'Grady says:

    Searing slow cooker ? Delicious Roast Pork , that literally falls apart. One of the kids favourite

  127. Rogan Josh Curry. Meat falls apart in a slow cooker. YUM.

  128. Jo wisely says:

    A roast dinner! With Christmas coming, I can’t think of a better way to do a traditional roast dinner without slaving away in a hot kitchen!

  129. Kylie says:

    First thing would have to be chicken soup

  130. Jodi Mitchell says:

    I’d probably make chicken cannelloni.. it’s a big favourite in this house!! Wow! What a fantastic prize!!

  131. Kellie clack says:

    Leg of lamb, my families favourite ?

  132. lynne bensen says:

    I would make the filling for chicken and leek pies and then finish in my pie maker. This is a big hit in my household. A 6l would allow me to make more of them at once

  133. Carissa Laurie says:

    Cooking apricot chicken would be devine, it makes my kids rush for seconds time after time.

  134. Louise Vogt says:

    Mmmmm Mongolian Beef ?

  135. C Muir says:

    Best Roast Pork Ever!!! What better way to pay respect to home grown free range pork?

  136. Elizabeth says:

    Would have to be lamb obsession. The first Slow Cooker Central recipe I tried in a slow cooker and it has become an obsession in our household since.

  137. Vicki says:

    Roast lamb and trying out the searing function

  138. Vanessa Lavelle says:

    All the things my family of 5 have been requesting since my old one died.

  139. Cathy Cates says:

    would love to try something like a chicken chasseur – lovely fall apart chicken πŸ™‚

  140. Amanda Fields says:

    My first cook would be turkey drumsticks.

  141. Christine Byrnes says:

    The first thing I would cook is a leg of lamb. πŸ™‚

  142. Georgie Thompson says:

    Carbonara is my go to recipe so most likely that would be the first thing in a new slow cooker

  143. Erica Holland says:

    My chicken mignons, having the sear option would mean I could do the whole thing in the one pot ?

  144. karyn says:

    Lamb shanks

  145. Belinda wright says:

    My favourite – a curry

  146. Meaghan Phillips says:

    The first thing I would cook is my cream low fat chicken and mushroom casserole.

  147. Vince Johnson says:

    My pork ribs (VJs Sticky Pork Ribs) found in the second book πŸ™‚

  148. Anne Daly says:

    Roast beef with roart veg.

  149. Sabrina Fraser says:

    Ox Tail for my dad. Was his mums favourite meal and since she is gone i love to make it for him so he wont forget.

  150. Sabrina Fraser says:

    Ox tail for my dad. Nannas recipe and since she is gone i love making it for him so he never forgets

  151. Jo-anne Clohesy says:

    I would cook a silverside. It’s a family favourite.

  152. Annie Baxter says:

    Green Chicken Curry

  153. Tanya Cantrell says:

    beef cheeks in red wine

  154. A lovely wintery beef casserole to warm up my cockles!

  155. Renee Scilini says:

    Definitely pulled lamb obsession x

  156. Julie Summerville says:

    My first cook would be Texan BBQ pulled pork. Some for now and some for the freezer.

  157. Erica says:

    Sticky Chinese Pork Belly

  158. Vikki says:

    I’ve been busting to try Lamb Obsession but have been waiting to get a decent large slow cooker for this dish, so it will definitely be the 1st thing I make ?

  159. Carli Bassett says:

    First thing I would cook would be lamb shanks!

  160. Shannon Doran says:

    Ooh maybe a roast leg of lamb, or a beef curry or maybe I’ll. Try the lamb obsession! What to choose?!

  161. Lamb Obsession….no wait…..Chow Mein… wait…Hasselback Chicken….no wait…Spicy Beef with pasta… wait…..who am I kidding, it would have to be the Best Ever Roast Pork. They would all taste good though. I’m salivating just thinking about it.

  162. Marie Donaldson says:

    The first thing I would cook would be my husband’s favourite meal, corned silverside, done with onion, cloves and balsamic vinegar and served with carrots, mashed potatoes, cabbage and white onion sauce. Yum! My old cooker is only a 3.5 litre , a bit small for lots of things I would like to try. Fingers crossed I win this one!

  163. michelle ashworth says:

    the first thing i would cook would have to be either roast pork with herb and garlic roast potatoes or my families favourite 8 layer lasagna . mmmmmmmm

  164. Leisha says:

    Butter chicken I use the stove top to cook the spices through first but yo be able to do this then slow cook would be sensational and add extra depth to the dish.

  165. Teresa Mead says:

    Either a pulled pork or a creamed rice…I cant decide which although the kids would want pulled chicken.

  166. Nicole Young says:

    I will be cooking a roast. Have always wanted to try. ???

  167. Matt Date says:

    Slow cooked Beef Massaman curry. …. delicious!

  168. Lesley says:

    Chilli con carne

  169. Suzanne Smith says:

    Sticky osso bucco!

  170. Samantha Bottone says:

    Yay! Home grown leg of lamb I think will be the first thing!!

  171. Sharon Cahill says:

    I would have to do my all time favourite Pumpkin Soup. Love the idea of not having to use seperate pots to cook one dish

  172. Shannon Clarke says:

    Chicken fried rice – yummy!

  173. Rheannon says:

    It would have to be a lamb roast as my current slow cooker isn’t big enough. Also the lamb obsession sounds amazing so that would be on the list too.

  174. I would cook Singapore Noodles with Beef and Chicken.

  175. Kylie says:

    Curried sausages

  176. Katrina Hutchesson says:

    Def would be BBQ pork ribs

  177. Rachelle Herron says:

    Lamb shanks

  178. Sue Richardson says:

    Hassleback chicken

  179. Gemma Campbell says:

    Lamb Shanks in the obsession sauce. So yum!!!!

  180. Ros Ward says:

    Slow cooked pork so we can enjoy delicious burgers with slaw. this would make a great gift for my daughters who will move out of home very soon.

  181. Annie says:

    Double batch of Mongolian beef so I can freeze some for the impending birth of our first baby πŸ™‚

  182. Lyn Forde says:

    I would be happy to cook anything, mine stopped working , I do miss cooking in SC.

  183. Diane Walker says:

    The very first thing I would cook in this beauty would be Mozarella Stuffed Meatballs in Sauce, yum yum

  184. Barbara Buschel says:

    Always wanted to try some sc ribs, yummy !!!

  185. Lisa Smart says:

    Beef and bacon casserole with Parmesan dumplings *drool*

  186. Amy Darrington says:

    Slow cooker lasagne! It is life changing!

  187. JAMES HOLLIDAY says:

    I love cooking beef casserole in my slow cooker, the meat really develops its full flavour

  188. Rachael says:

    I think the first thing I would cook would be a pulled meat. Be it chicken or pork. I’d season it, sear it then pull it after a good 10 hours.

  189. Allysha spurling says:

    If i was to win this slow cooker first thing i would cook is my big roast beef that won’t fit in my current slow cooker, as roasts are much more tender and tastier in the slow cooker!!

  190. Vicki Baylis says:

    Slow cooked bbq pulled pork. Absolutely amazing and a favourite with my husband and our 14 month old daughter!

  191. Nicole Stein says:

    Beef Stroganoff… Yum ?

  192. Kirsty Potter says:

    My secret recipe spare ribs. The caramelisation will be just the start of a fantastic flavour base

  193. Amanda Corcoran says:

    Definitely Chunky Steak Pie, because no matter how many times I make this meal, it fills our stomach, heart and home with so much love.

  194. Fleur says:

    Butter Chicken!

  195. Yamini kapoor says:

    The first thing I would cook in my slow cooker would be yummy chocolate fudge with colourful sprinkles on top to celebrate the fantastic win with my little one !!?

  196. hannah pietsch says:

    The first thing I would cook would be, lamb shanks with tomato, chilli and honey mmmmmmm

  197. Cassandra Batley says:

    I’d cook a big juicy roast pork with bubbly crunchy crackling & all of the yummy veggies to go with it cause they’d all fit in this big sucker! Drool….

  198. Nicole Stein says:

    Beef stroganoff..yum ?

  199. Michelle Tudman says:

    Slow cooked shredded beef chilli con crane!! Mmmmm great on nachos

  200. Liza hemsted says:

    I would cook our household favourite Mongolian beef Yummy ?

  201. Marilyn says:

    I have never used one so I will go with a chicken dish from the recipe book I hope comes with it ?

  202. Bronwen ODonnell says:

    Lamb Obsession most definitely I want to try it with a leg of lamb but my old slow cooker just is’nt big enough;-)

  203. Julie gray says:

    Definitely lamb shanks

  204. Ellen Polomka says:

    I would love to do a roast lamb dinner for my husband and I.

  205. Belinda Hind says:

    If I won this slow cooker I would cook the biggest roast chicken I could find! Invite a bunch of friends over and have the best dinner part ever!! ?

  206. Charlotte Bowden says:

    I’d like to try the lamb obsession

  207. Joanne Skinner says:

    Guiness Lamb shanks, and then red skin fudge.

  208. Rachael Wills says:

    I would cook in this slow cooker a lamb roast with veggies and make a gravy in it as well with the juices left over for my mum as we both love roasts and she derserves a night off πŸ™‚

  209. Melinda says:

    Mexican Lamb shanks. Had this on my list for ages but my slow cooker isn’t big enough πŸ™

  210. Danika Gold says:

    Definitely a chicken pie, so I could test the searing function. Being a big family, we would love this!

  211. Joseph ling says:

    Silver side

  212. Hollie says:

    If I were to win I would have to explore outside of my ‘go to slow cooker meals’ go all out be adventurous and make steak and kidney pie or even a dessert have yet to try making a dessert chocolate cake or a self saucying cake Mmmmmm

  213. Joseph ling says:

    Roast lamb

  214. Janelle foggo says:

    A slow cooked leg of lamb with garlic and rosemary. Imagine how delicious it would be after both searing it and cooking it in the same cooker bowl. I always feel like I leave the flavours behind whe I sear and transfer to the slow cooker bowl.

  215. Sylvia Moxon says:

    Would love to win this and add it to my collection I already have 4 slow cookers and another one wouldn’t hurt ? I would cook the Hassleback chicken my favourite and my husbands.

  216. Janice says:

    Lamb roast, they come out so tender πŸ™‚

  217. Sandra says:

    I have never cooked a roast, so if I win this I will cook a roast lamb for the first time.

  218. Megan says:

    The 1st dish i would make would be the creamy garlic chicken with philly cheese aa its a massive hit in my family

  219. Anthony Butt says:

    slow cooked lamb shoulder with obsession sauce

  220. Lisa Galae says:

    Lamb shanks

  221. Julie Nicholson says:

    I would cook my favourite …chunky steak pie ..this is the best pie i have ever made .

  222. Belinda says:

    Hassleback chicken! I see so many people make it on here and it looks so yummy!

  223. Jessie Webber says:

    My first time using it will be when I move out of my parents house in a month or so and into my own home. I’ll cook a good old beef stew that reminds me of one of my favourite meals that mum cooked in her slow cooker for me.

  224. Shelley Barden says:

    What wouldn’t you cook in it??? I’d have to say something involving a large cut of meat as I can’t do that in my slow cooker right now!

  225. Zara Masters says:

    The first thing I will cook will be apricot chicken. It’s a meal my mum would always make and I grew up with it, it always brings back good memories and makes me happy

  226. Melanie Z says:

    A full leg of lamb, as my current slow cooker is too small . Maybe an extra shank or two as well πŸ™‚

  227. Matthew Z says:

    Chicken Mignon’s with rich tomato sauce & whole spuds in jackets ( with bacon/leek /garlic salt) in foil .

  228. Erika Ladru says:

    My family’s favourite: Chinese five spice pork ribs in plum sauce. Delectable in every way! We serve with fragrant jasmine rice and steamed bok choy. I will have to add the recipe to the fb page next time I make it (which will hopefully be in a sparkly new Russell Hobbs 6L Searing Slow Cooker)! πŸ˜‰

  229. Leah Thom says:

    Pulled pork made with your inspiration at home pulled pork spice blend, yummo ?

  230. Kelly says:

    If I win this I’m going to triple the creamy garlic chicken with philly recipe from your website and have a dinner party with all my friends and family because I honestly believe they all need to try it as it is the best recipe by far just so delicious.

  231. Kathryn says:

    Lamb Shanks or Lamb Obsession

  232. David Matchett says:

    The first thing I would cook would be the Bacon wrapped Pork cooked in Maple Syrup Yuummm !!

  233. Elizabeth Deed says:

    Coq Au Vin is so delish
    And I’ve made it my familys favourite dish!
    With free range chicken we will be licken’
    Our fingers, plates and knives.
    Bon Apetit!

  234. First thing I would cook is Mongolian Beef Yum

  235. Irene says:

    Would want to try Beef stroganoff, yum!!!

  236. Libby Wilson says:

    Id cook my go to family favorite… Braised lamb chops…
    I was shown this one by a dear old lady and it has been s fav ever since.
    I have only ever done it I’m my electric frypan because of the searingneeded then 2hour minimum cook time meant I had to stay around to check it constantly..
    I’d be able to start and walk away.
    That would be HEAVEN…

  237. Indira Cust says:

    Slow cooked Smokey BBQ pork ribs

  238. Maureen Ledingham says:

    Mongolian Beef or thai coconut chicken.

  239. Deb says:

    Lamb Obsession! Cant believe I havent eaten this yet!!

  240. Anne Perrett says:

    I would cook a beautifful roast pork for the family, as cooking this in the slow cooker is the only way I do it now. So moist and tender!! Would love to win this beauty with the added bonus of being able to sear!! ?

  241. Carly says:

    Apricot Chicken.. mmmmm mmm mmm ?

  242. Wendy Starr says:

    The first thing I would cook would Definately be violet crumble fudge.

  243. Corrina Conlan says:

    Sticky sweet and sour pork ribs sound really good to make.

  244. Michelle Lloyd-Lewis says:

    Redskin Fudge

  245. Chrystal Briggs says:

    The first thing i would cook would be a beef casserole with dumplings. Ooohh yummmy my fave!!!!!!

  246. Julie says:

    Italian Parmesean Meatballs YUM??

  247. Leonie Bean says:

    Ginger Ale Corned Beef

  248. Janine Homer says:

    Under pressure on Christmas Eve
    A husband nil of gifts but in need
    Wanders frantically through the mall
    And purchases gifts he can’t recall
    When through the window it came to mind
    A slowcooker seemed the perfect find
    Tastes of what the little wife might
    Use to alleviate her dinner plight
    Toss it all in and walk away
    No need to wait you can go and play
    Chicken or pork it really doesn’t matter
    Yet the size of my belly shall be getting fatter
    This poem was fairly easy to write
    Whether I win is an unknown delight,
    So Fingers crossed in anticipation
    That I am the winner of this competition

  249. Jaylee Thomson says:

    Creamy Garlic Prawns. Its always a hit in my house

  250. Andrew Jackson says:

    Would have to be butter chicken for sure!

  251. Jenny Allen says:

    lamb shanks

  252. Gary Lang says:

    Until joining slow cooker central, i had no idea that you could make so many dishes in a slow cooker. loving it! Tried some pulled chicken with coconut coleslaw the other week. Yummo!

  253. Kathleen Brooks says:

    Can’t decide its all good from the books, maybe the cola beef as I still cant get over cola and beef mmm

  254. Lamb obsession. πŸ™‚

  255. Richard O'Connor says:

    Pea n Ham Soup

  256. Nadia Surridge says:

    The first thing I would cook is a wonderful Lamb roast with garlic, Rosemary and veggies

  257. A beautiful lamb roast

  258. Rebecca Karakiozakis says:

    Garlic and Herb Lamb Shanks, would be great to have the option of browning them directly in the slowcooker insert as my current slowcooker doesn’t allow this (its a ceramic bowl insert).

  259. Zoe Wrightson says:

    Japanese Curry served with rice.

  260. Jessica Riddle says:

    Fudge- ready for Xmas gifts n treats for my coworkers

  261. Kylie Thompson says:

    Omg! It has to be beef stroganoff or chicken and cashew curry! Yummo

  262. Shelagh says:

    Would have to be either Nanna’s spaghetti – (Grandkids favourite) or Sweet Lamb Curry.

  263. Janine says:

    I would make slow cooked beef for Mexican enchiladas

  264. Shirlene Cox says:

    Chocolate self saucing pudding, it’s delicious and a favourite with everyone.

  265. Nicole Young says:

    Anything with pork belly, it is my new fave in the slow cooker.

  266. Michelle says:

    Would have to be Beef Stroganoff something the whole family loves mmmm

  267. Emily Furlong says:

    I will be making balsamic lamb shanks. Brown shanks, Mirepoix cooked off with some garlic and thyme, add balsamic, tomato paste and flour, cook off. Add stock and bring to boil. Add shanks back and then on low for 8hrs. Most amazing shanks EVER. I serve with soft cheesy polenta and salad of rocket, parmesan and balsamic glaze.

  268. sandra brown says:

    I would make a range of things. First lamb shanks in herbs and garlic, and mix of veges. Since joining slow cooker central have learnt so many yum dishes.

  269. Leanne argent says:

    A big roast pork…. haven’t had one since Xmas last year and I’m craving it with cracking dine in oven and scalloped potatoes cooked in my baby cooker

  270. Lorene Lewington says:

    If I was lucky enough to win, I would cook another batch of savoury mince for pies. One of my grandsons thinks these pies I make are the ‘best ever’ and puts in a request for these each time he is at my house for lunch ??

  271. Robyn Smith says:

    I’d do a leg of lamb. My first one didn’t turn out the best, just tasted like it was steamed. With the cost of meat haven’t been game to do another. But with this searing function I’m sure that would seal in the flavours better for a greater tasting meal.
    Nothing fancy, just a leg of lamb…oh and of course with homemade mint sauce.
    Happy slow cooking everyone..

  272. Caroline Burgess says:

    I would cook smokey bbq beef ribs the first night…. A huge hit with my partner and 2year old son!!!! Followed by lamb shanks and then I want to try poaching salmon……oh the things I would do if I won this machine!!!

  273. Chantelle ogier says:

    Definitely lamb shanks ☺

  274. Lynden Kronk says:

    Definitely my family favourite Beef and vegetable chilli stew! Nomnomnom!

  275. Natasha Watkinso says:

    I would have my mum and dad over and do lamb shanks. My slow cooker is too small to treat us all at the same time, unfortunately.

  276. Kate Cooper says:

    Thai green curry – always a fav in this house ?

    My boys complain that mine go a bit “soggy” because I refuse to dirty another pan browning them first (seriously, life’s too short to spend washing extra dishes!)
    If I had a slow cooker with a searing function it would be happy days all round?

  278. Ange Williamson says:

    Chicken Surprise

  279. Mary-Anne Yost says:

    Lamb shanks! My current slow cooker is too small.

  280. Sioux says:

    I really want to try a leg of lamb without having to sear it before putting it in the slow cooker. The need to see your first is the most frustrating part of using a slow cooker.

  281. Andrea Green says:

    Full roast dinner

  282. Lenice hicks says:

    I would cook creamy chicken and zucchini

  283. Jae Halden says:

    The only meat I have never tried in the slow cooker is Pork so I would love to give a roast Pork a go with a yummy apple sauce.

  284. Nolene Norsworthy says:

    I’ll cook a curry Massam lamb with veggies. Yummo

  285. Melissa says:

    Mine would have to be either Massaman curry or Fudge hehe

  286. Melissa johnson says:

    Spicy BBQ pulled pork

  287. Colleen says:

    The first thing I would cook would be chicken curry.

  288. Fiona May says:

    I would cook a Roast Chicken. Doing it in the slow cooker keeps it nice and moist.

  289. Leah says:

    I would looove to win this,I don’t always sear my meats first,this would make it so easy!!! ??.i would cook chicken curry in this first ?

  290. Kevin Dalziel says:

    My favourite meatloaf recipe great hot, also great for sandwiches the day after.

  291. Kaytee Fowler says:

    Massaman Beef, melting the beef and making an easy to do flavoursome curry, an awesome meal cooks whilst you sleep. With 6L, I could make enough for my elderly mum as well. Better and tastier than any Meals on Wheels equivalent.

  292. Sue Bay says:

    Easy Sausage Casserole! Family favourite – simple, low cost and the family can’t get enough of it! Has to be cooked in a large cooker cos I make it by the kilo’s!!!

  293. Roslyn Johnston says:


  294. Dennis Bridger says:

    Got to be silverside love it with vegies and gravy

  295. Tee Taylor says:

    I would cook the hare and red wine stew that I have had in my cooker all day only to have it die on me this afternoon πŸ™ RIP good little cooker

  296. Karen Joncour says:

    I would convert the recipe for a delicious chicken and corn chowder to slow cooker mmmmm.

  297. Karma Barnes says:

    Mongolian lamb.

  298. Lea Lee says:

    Mushroom Stroganoff so much easier not having to use a fry pan to brown off the mushrooms

  299. Lea Lee says:

    Mushroom Stroganoff imagine how much easier it would be without having to use a frying pan

  300. Norma says:

    3 ingredient Christmas Pudding

  301. Jo Chivers says:

    Lamb Roast

  302. April says:

    I would make lamb obsession. It was the first meal I made for my husband and my baby. It was the first time he had tried meat. Let’s just say he couldn’t get enough!

  303. Katharine Wearing says:

    My slow cooker just died so I think I would make our family favourite, beef silverside! Miss having a slow cooker haha

  304. Olivia says:

    If i were to win this slowcooker i would cook the sticky chinese pork belly, i have made it once already and the pork just melts in your mouth, so delicious

  305. TORI JEFFERIES says:

    Oh wow a 6L would be amazing my slow cooked just stopped working last week! Im feeling so lost. I would cook my houses favorite! Silverside! Its a big big winner in my house

  306. Amy Thorne says:

    Hawaiian Chicken!! Seriously it’s just as good as take out without the price tag and the beautiful aromas filling my house aren’t bad either.

  307. Sandra Rielly says:


  308. Lindsay Matchett says:

    It’s a tough decision but I would make Mongolian Lamb. It tastes like it was from a restraunt so good.

  309. Narelle Youngs says:

    Honey BBQ chicken drumsticks with side serve of mashed potato and veg. Family favourite and great time saver!

  310. Lyn Reid says:

    I have some veal shanks in my freezer that l have not been confident enough to cook in my little slow cooker ,,,so this would be my first meal l would cook if l was to be so lucky as to win ,,,cheers ,,,and thank you for this competition ,,,

  311. lynette nash says:

    yum yum garlic lamb shanks with lots vegs

  312. Stephanie says:

    Beef stew!!

  313. Tracey Vine says:

    Pav, definitely a good old pav. I know, I know, it doesn’t need searing but it will be a little celebration if I win and what better way to celebrate than with a delicious slow cooked pav.

  314. Kerry Johnson says:

    Batches of Condensed Milk turned into Caramel for Christmas Gifts. Just saw the fabulous idea on the Facebook site

  315. Barbara Smith says:

    If I were lucky enough to win, the very first recipe I would make would be the 3 Ingredient Rich Fruit Cake for our family Christmas lunch.

  316. Bronwyn Perna says:

    I’d make a big batch of slow cooked beef chilli

  317. Mary Sorensen says:

    Lamb Obsession. The whole family enjoy this dish.

  318. Christine taylor says:

    Turducken for housemates πŸ™‚

  319. Cass Hodgson says:

    Family Fav all round – Salsa Chicken!

  320. Mellisa Smith says:

    I will cook steak diane for my parents

  321. Mel Devney says:

    Char Sui Pork Chops with stir fry veg served in rice paper rolls

  322. Tracy Lyness says:

    My family’s favourite is curry so it would probably be curry sausages or curry chicken

  323. Kristy says:

    So many yummy ones to choose from, but the first meal I would have to say Mongolian Beef as it is one of the favourites enjoyed by our whole family

  324. Kristy Garner says:

    So many yummy ones to choose from, but I would have to say for the first meal I would cook Mongolian Beef as the whole family loves that one

  325. lisa says:

    First thing I’d cook would be a beautiful roadt lamb. Our oven is broken so haven’t had one in forever..

    • Kailey Cox says:

      I would actually give this to my mum since I “borrowed” hers 9 years ago and haven’t given it back yet. I’d make pumpkin scones in it for her first, to show her just how versatile slow cookers are.

  326. Krista Holmes says:

    The first thing i would make is beef stew, it would have so much flavour!

  327. Jamie Keogh says:

    If I was lucky enough to win something I would have to cook satay chicken first because even my super picky 2 and 5 year olds can’t get enough!

  328. Tori Gray says:

    If I won this fantastic slow cooker I would cook sticky lamb ribs to surprise my partner and give her night off from cooking

  329. Hayley Hibbard says:

    Since I haven’t been able to afford meat for a while, I am waiting on my Mega Meat hamper from Chrisco and I would do a juicy Lamb Roast with all the trimmings for Xmas Day for my little family.

  330. Lorraine London says:

    Lamb obsession

  331. emmalea jones says:

    if I won. i would cook the garlic gravy steak.

  332. Jane says:

    Lamb Obsession because it sounds like it’s everyone’s favourite! I smashed the lid on my slow cooker 4 months ago so I’ve been waiting (impatiently) to try so many recipes.

  333. Kerrie Barrett says:

    So many slow cooked delights to choose from, but Chocolate Baileys mud cake would be my choice for first cook…..this done in the Russell Hobbs slow cooker would definitely be a family favourite, Yum!!

  334. Michele Simpson says:

    To win this slow cooker would be a dream come true, I have just started studying nursing part time and working part time so I’m really busy now, it would make life a bit easier. Couldn’t go past a good a silver side, yum.

  335. Marissa Clements says:

    I’d love to try the American style BBQ ribs :-). But I’d wrap it up and give it to my hubby’s grandma for all the help she has given us over the years as well as a copy of the cook books πŸ™‚

  336. Gwendoline Vella says:

    I’d have a go at Spaghetti Bolognese, one of my fave things to eat. My SC doesn’t sear and I haven’t had a go at it yet because I think the mince would be best seared first. Yummm!

  337. Terry Lavelle says:

    The first thing would be Corned Silverside as my family just lives this rught down to my 2 1/2 year old grandson.

  338. Sally Ward says:

    Wi would cook a pork roast with all the vegies,and use the juices to make a fabulous gravy

  339. Catherine says:

    I would make slowcooker steaks! This slowcooker means I could sear them first so that all the lovely juice stays in and then leave them to slowly cook all day. Mmmm waaay better than restaurant steaks!

  340. Valerie Fitzsimons says:

    I think the first thing if I win is I will make rhubarb sago pudding.

  341. Valerie Fitzsimons says:

    I might make a lamb casserole like Lamb Obsession.

  342. Ngaire Sorrensen says:

    The first recipe I would make is Lamb Obsession

  343. Melissa Weir says:

    I Can’t go past the old favorite self saucing chocolate pudding to surprise the man, yum!

  344. Jeanette McLeod says:

    I would cook a huge lamb roast for all my family ?

  345. Tracy says:

    Hmm never had anything from a slow cooker. Maybe beef stroganoff woule be first meal

  346. Melissa McClelland says:

    Leg of Lamb Roast as it would finally fit haha! No need to buy only a half leg anymore I would go all out πŸ™‚

  347. Kasia Woodman says:

    Oh wow! If I was fortunate to win this 6L Slow Cooker – it would get a fantastic workout.
    An ideal addition to my collection. Leading up to Christmas Day I would be able to cook the Roast Chicken’s & Lambs….just to name a few.

  348. Angie Jones says:

    My first christening dish would be Meat Pie with a Twist as it is much easier to use a round S/C than a rectangle.


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