# How do I convert slow cooker times?

## How do I convert slow cooker times?

1. One to 1.5 hours on high or four to six hours on low in a slow cooker equals 15 to 30 minutes in the oven.
2. Two to four hours on high or six to eight hours on low equals 35 to 45 minutes in the oven.
3. Four to six hours on high or eight to 10 hours on low equals 50 minutes to three hours in the oven.

## Is 4 hours on HIGH the same as 8 hours on low?

The only difference between the HIGH and LOW setting on a slow cooker is the amount of time it takes to reach the simmer point, or temperature at which the contents of the appliance are being cooked at. Or if a recipe calls for eight hours on HIGH, it can be cooked for up to 12 hours on LOW.

Is 2 hours on HIGH the same as 4 on low?

Convert cooking time by using a ratio of 2 hours of cooking on low as being equal to 1 hour of cooking on high. Note: it is best to cook the less tender cuts of meat on low for a long period of time to produce a more tender cut when it is done.

### How do I convert a slow cooker time from low to HIGH?

Convert slow cooker times by these guidelines: 1.5-2.5 hours on high and 4-6 hours on low is equal to 15-30 minutes in an oven, 2-3 hours on high and 6-8 hours on low is 35-45 minutes in an oven, and 4-6 hours on high or 8-12 hours on low is 50 minutes to 3 hours in an oven.

### What oven temperature is equivalent to a slow cooker on low?

If the dish needs to cook in a slow cooker on “Low” for 8 hours, it will only take 2 hours, covered, at 325 degrees F. Divide the slow cooker cooking time on “High” by 2 to get the oven cooking time at 325 degrees F.

Can you slow cook in 2 hours?

How long should I cook a slow cooker recipe? If a dish usually takes: 15-30 mins, cook it for 1-2 hours on High or 4-6 hours on Low. 30 mins – 1 hour, cook it for 2-3 hours on High or 5-7 hours on Low.

## Is it cheaper to use a slow cooker than an oven?

Slow cookers are cheaper to run than ovens. They use less electricity than conventional light bulbs, let alone an oven and many other kitchen appliances. The Centre for Sustainable Energy estimates the average electricity usage of an electric oven at between 2-2.2kWh, while a microwave uses between 0.6-1.5kWh.